Apparently, Mark Wahlberg did not have enough communication with children in the comedy "Hello, Dad, New Year" and its sequel, and therefore he decided to work on another film, where he would have to raise children. The Hollywood Reporter was able to find out that Wahlberg had signed up to shoot Instant Family for Paramount Pictures.|
The new project will allow the actor to work once again with director Sean Anders (Hello Dad New Year). The latter will not only lead the filming of the tape, but also act as a screenwriter along with John Morris. Anders will also be co-producing the film with the assistance of Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson (Survivor). Paramount management is not going to postpone work on the comedy on the back burner and plans to begin filming next year.
The new film tells about a couple who decided to turn into a real family and adopt a child. As a result, their pupils are three reckless children who, in their own opinion, do not need parents at all.
Wahlberg and Anders' previous film was a hit with audiences: the comedy Hello Dad New Year grossed $ 243 million, and the sequel will be released in November. Also in the near future, Mark can be seen in Ridley Scott's drama All the Money in the World.
The Topic of Article: Mark Wahlberg becomes a father of many children.