Drew Barrymore ran into Marky Mark one day and decided to tell him that her character in Going the Distance fawns over how hot he was when he was an underwear model during a phone sex scene with Justin Long. Turns out Marky Mark is an ungrateful ass who doesn’t want to talk about that part of his life. Probably because he thinks he’s a serious actor now. *Stifles laughter*
As Barrymore explains, she had a very awkward exchange with Wahlberg when he learned her character in the film lusts after him. “Oh my God, I did tell him that,” she said. “I ran into him at an awards show and I told him I was just talking about how hot you are in your underwear.” The former underwear model was not impressed.
Barrymore admitted she was confused that Wahlberg was not more excited to be the object of her phone-sex desire.
“Who would not be excited about that?” she asked. “He’s a very nice guy, and I have had other conversations with him that went much better than that.”
Long, Barrymore’s on-again, off-again boyfriend, admits the encounter “didn’t go over great … In [Wahlberg's] defense, it’s a strange thing to bring up. I don’t think he was prepared for it.”
Marky Mark has no sense of humor or any emotion for that matter. You can tell by his acting. His facial expression for joy and anger could both be confused with constipation. The only way you can tell how he’s feeling in a scene is if he says “I’m angry” or “I’m sad”. I heard the crew has to throw water on his face to fake tears because when the director told him to cry, Wahlberg looked at him and said, “I ain’t no bitch.”