Don’t ask actor Mark Wahlberg for any advice unless you want a sarcastic answer.
The new Spiderman, 21-year-old Tom Holland, appeared on “The Graham Norton Show” with the 46-year-old “Transformers: The Last Knight star when he asked if Wahlberg could impart any advice on him.
“I’m the last person you should ask for advice,” Wahlberg replied, before he added “You’ve never been to jail, have you?”
Wahlberg was shy to give the new star advice, even though he hasn’t been bashful about sharing his opinions in the past.
In November 2016, he tore a strip off of actor Tom Cruise who compared his training to be in a movie to that of the military.
“For actors to sit there and talk about, ‘Oh I went to SEAL training, and I slept on the’ — I don’t give a f*** what you did,” he said at the time. “You don’t do what these guys did.”
In December he took aim at celebrities, citing the election of President Donald Trump as proof that the average American doesn’t care what Hollywood thinks.
“You know, it just goes to show you that people aren’t listening to that anyway. They might buy your CD or watch your movie, but you don’t put food on their table. You don’t pay their bills. A lot of Hollywood is living in a bubble. They’re pretty out of touch with the common person, the everyday guy out there providing for their family,” he said.
But on advice to Holland he was much more reserved, and hilarious.
He told Holland about how, after his first acting paycheck, he “ran to the Mercedes dealer and bought a car.” he said.
“I didn’t have money for registration or insurance. The police towed the vehicle because I was driving without insurance, so you don’t want any advice from me,” he added.
“LA’s the move. Get a jacuzzi. Bring the boys to Cali. Get a medical marijuana license,” Wahlberg said. “Have some fun, dude. Have some fun for me. I’m 46-years-old, I’m married, I have four kids, I get yelled at and they tell me how much they hate me.”
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