VIDEO: Mark Wahlberg Confirms Production of ENTOURAGE Film on 'Leno'
Mark Wahlberg stopped by Jay Leno and last night and reminisced about his first performance on "The Tonight Show" as rapper "Marky Mark" with old clips. Later, Wahlberg, who produced the 'Entourage' TV series, confirms the production of the much anticipated "Entourage" movie saying shooting will get underway next month for a planned fall premiere. While the actor has not yet been asked to be in the movie, he revealed that he would love to if invited.
Wahlberg also discussed the bidding wars that took place when he tried to get rights for the upcoming "Fifty Shades of Grey" saga.
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