Transcript for Mark Wahlberg opens up about fatherhood and ‘Transformers’
Wahlberg who has taken on the big screen in the new “Transformers: The last knight” movie and I recently sat down with him to talk about the film, fatherhood and football. Thank you for coming and doing this for me. My pleasure. “Transformers,” big fan, been watching them forever but this “Transformers” now, this is not the “Transformers” that we’ve seen in the past. No, no. No, I mean even when people see the spots and see optimus has gone rogue — Forgive me. — People are going crazy. For you it’s physical because I saw the scene room roll. What was that about? You know, that’s my worst part of making “Transformers” is most of the time you’re in a harness and you’re stretched to these cables and somebody is yanking you somewhere or flipping you around. That’s the thing I hate the most and we worn harnesses quite a bit. One thing I love about you your posts with your four kids and you just posted something to congratulate Mikey on his football season. You got to be proud if my wife now who was really nervous about him playing football is now like I can’t wait to sit at the NFL draft and watch them get picked. Let’s have a backup plan. No, no way. We’re going to the NFL draft if maybe in the draft he gets drafted by the giants. How you feel about that? You know what, I’d be okay with that. I’d be okay with that and put a giants hat on? We got it on camera. I’m going to talk to the giants. Absolutely, absolutely. What is the greatest or the best gift you’ve gotten for father’s day? Just the cards, the cards that they wrote for me and that my wife wrote for me before I left to come here and then I was like the next day, you know what, I’m taking the kids to school before I go even I’m going to be late to travel to spend more time with them and them just telling them they love me and saying I’m the best dad ever. I know they mean it and that’s like having a 13-year-old daughter. It’s tough. It’s hard going through it, but, you know, at the end of the day when she says she loves you, that means the most. Happy belated father’s day to Mark Wahlberg and all the great fathers and his movie “Transformers: The last knight,” it opens Wednesday and now we’ll
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