Mark Wahlberg says filming “Patriots Day” on the Boston Marathon, it was difficult to shoot.
Mark Wahlberg says filming “Patriots Day” — about the Boston Marathon bombing — was more emotional because he shot in his hometown.
“It is such a small community, so everyone knew someone who was affected,” he said after a New York screening for the guests, including former nypd commissioner Ray Kelly.
“I also felt a sense of pride. It was extremely difficult to make [the] film . . . it is becoming more and more difficult to talk about it.”
Kevin Bacon added to the reports that New York in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was a goal: “You have to choose what feels right for you and your family . . . but what I choose not to live in fear. Because if you live in fear, they have won.”
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