Those who were expecting the same, cursing Mark Wahlberg from the now infamous Nov. 12 rant would have been surprised by the Variety Screening Series showing and Q&A of “Lone Survivor,” but the star still had plenty to say.
“First of all, if I don’t appear to be my normal self, it’s only because I’ve been instructed by the great director Peter Berg not to curse,” Wahlberg joked. “We’re still hoping that the MPAA gives us a G rating.”
Wahlberg, Berg, stars Taylor Kitsch and Emile Hirsch and second unit director Kevin Scott gathered Nov. 26 at the ArcLight Cinema in L.A. to discuss the film, based on a true story of Marcus Luttrell and the failed 2005 Seal 10 Operations Red Wings mission, which led to the deaths of 19 men.
Berg said the responsibility of doing a satisfactory job for Luttrell, the families of those who died »
- Alex Stedman
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