Mark Wahlberg was initially excited about giving up his incredibly strict regime to pack on 20 pounds in 3 weeks for his upcoming movie. stew, but he quickly changed his tune. He explained to Jimmy Fallon last night that he quickly realized it was not going to be a walk in the park.
“Unfortunately, for two weeks, I had to consume 7,000 calories, and then for two weeks, 11,000 calories,” shared the star. “And it was fun for about an hour. It’s such hard, physical work. Losing weight, you just make it harder—you just don’t eat, and exercise. And this, even when you’re full Well, I would wake up after a meal and have another meal. I was eating every three hours. It was not fun.”
When Fallon asked the 50-year-old if it was difficult now at his age to lose and gain weight for his films, Mark Wahlberg replied, “Yes, absolutely. Once the metabolism starts to slow down, it gets really difficult. I’ve been trying to make this film for six years, we only had 30 days to shoot it.” And so I really wanted to make it.. and (I was) crazy about funding a lot of it myself. So I knew I was on a ticking clock on my own time, and when it would happen So you get things done very quickly.”
He posted his transformation process and result on Instagram.
The body transformation prompted several reactions, including one from the star’s wife, Rhea. “And it looks just as hot in the person’s child,” she remarked. Mario Lopez posted, “Yo. You crazy chubby well wear homie!” During this, Baywatch Alum Gena Lee Nolin wrote, “Goes to show us all – we are what we eat! Strive to walk and eat healthy!”
Earlier this year he couldn’t be happier about the fact that Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Kimmel LiveHe revealed, “After doing boxing scenes, I have to gain as much weight as possible during the film, so I’m challenging myself to gain 30 pounds over the next six weeks.” “They want me to make it as healthy as possible. I’m like, ‘Man, I’ve been on this kind of diet for so long, I just want to watch everything.’ I want to go to the bakery, I want to go to Denny’s, I want to have pancakes. I want to get everything I can get my hands on.”
When Jimmy Kimmel asked what Mark had planned for his first meal of the gluten journey, the actor said it would “probably include a 20-piece chicken nugget, hot wings from Kentucky Fried Chicken with a six-pack of beer.” Let’s start with a bang.” He is now back on the road and working hard to get back to his previous shape.
The film tells the story of Stuart Long, who got his start in boxing and moved to Los Angeles to begin his career in acting when boxing was not finished. After a fatal motorcycle accident left him in the hospital, Long turned to religion and eventually joined Mount Angel Seminary in Oregon. The release date has not been announced yet.
Subject: The Tonight Show, Stew