After the smashing success of the Wahlburgers, A&E has given the green light to the Mark Wahlberg reality Pilot.
The Wahlburgers sure made some waves. Now though it is all about a reality pilot that is being churned out by Mark Wahlberg. The show is inspired by The Big Bang Theory. That is why it is aptly titled the Big Brew Theory.
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The reality TV program basically traces the progress of a foursome from MIT who decide to gather enough cash to begin a mini-scale brewery. And to add a little spice and pizzazz to the show, these four entrepreneurs are joined by a beautiful MIT undergraduate.
The Big Brew Theory shows Wahlberg, Levinson, Stephanie and Thompson as they start their business from scratch in Boston. The ins and outs of conducting the cash transfers and ten thousand decision-making dilemmas that need to be faced are portrayed in all their maddening complexity.
According to Deadline, "The Big Brew Theory is produced by 44 Blue Prods, Closest to the Hole Prods, Leverage Entertainment, Dunlop Entertainment and Bill Thompson Prod. Executive producers are Drachkovitch for 44 Blue Prods., Wahlberg for Closest to the Hole, Levinson for Leverage, Scott Dunlop for Dunlop, Thompson for Thompson Prods and Shelly Tatro, Drew Tappon, Lily Neumeyer and Devon Graham for A&E."
Meanwhile, Wahlberg is headed to Australia soon in order to screen his movie titled Transformers: Age of Extinction. In fact, he is to go on a worldwide tour to popularize the sequel. This is the fourth film in the Transformers series. And it has broken box office records by making a profit amounting to two billion dollars.
Wahlberg is a very smart and debonair star who has played roles of bravado and machismo in previous movies. He appeared in The Planet of the Apes. Some other films he has acted in include: Shooter, The Departed, The Fighter and Lone Survivor (a very recently made movie).
Mark Wahlberg had admitted that he sometimes felt quite scared doing the stunts for the action-packed movies. It was almost like he could hardly believe he had been through so much.
According to MailOnline, Mark said, 'I was like "Oh my God, I have to do that? Whether it was running on this 19 storey terrace with a ledge - you're attached to a wire, but still - you're running and people are screaming... It was pretty scary at times. Every day was like "Wow, are we going to do this?"'
Mark has also spoken regarding the intricate and detailed work that went into making the sequel to the Transformers. It was not an easy job and took painstaking effort and backbreaking agony to accomplish.