Mark Wahlberg Leather Jacket: The Other Guys + Max Payne Movies




You’ve seen Mark Wahlberg’s shirtless photos from the set of his movie, The Fighter. Now, here’s our Mark in his black leather jacket from his movie, The Other Guys which reportedly topped the box office this past weekend.

Did you watch the movie? How did our Mark do? We know he’s got some comedy chops so we hope he’ll bring the funny along with his co-stars. [Update: We watched the movie and he did fine. The movie itself is unremarkably meh but Mark is more than meh.]

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UPDATE: Another photo of Mark Wahlberg looking sexy and wet in his black leather jacket. This one’s from the movie, Max Payne.

Photo credit: Columbia Pictures (except the May Payne one)

OTHER POSTS ON MARK WAHLBERG:

Mark Wahlberg in The Fighter Movie – Shirtless Set Photos
16 July 2009

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Male underwear model turned good actor Mark Wahlberg in the set of his upcoming movie, The Fighter, which is about the life of Irish boxer Micky Ward. As we mentioned in an earlier post, this movie co-stars Christian Bale and is scheduled for release sometime in 2010.

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Damn, Mark is aging oh so gracefully. Hot bod.

Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale in The Fighter
21 April 2009

Want to see another contact sport movie after Mickey Rourke’s The Wrestler? Then you should watch out for this boxing movie, The Fighter, which will star Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg. The movie which begins shooting in June is about Boston fighter “Irish” Mickey Ward and how he was helped to the world lightweight championship by half-brother Dicky Eklund.

From Variety.com:

Eklund once decked Sugar Ray Leonard and went the distance against the boxing legend before forfeiting his career to drugs and crime. He redeemed himself by training Ward through his Rocky-like run to the title. Wahlberg will play Ward, a fighter who was losing bouts and was ready to hang up the gloves when his brother came back into his life. Bale will play Eklund, whose drugs and robbery spree drew him a 10- to 15-year sentence in state prison. There, he kicked drugs, became a model prisoner and emerged as a changed man who helped his brother reach the glory that eluded him.