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Mark Wahlberg's bleep-filled honor turns into 'Entourage' reunion at MTV Movie Awards

Just call Mark Wahlberg the king of the F-bomb. Sure, there were slip-ups here and there during the MTV Movie Awards this year (we're looking at you Jonah Hill), but when the 42-year-old "Lone Survivor" star hit the stage to accept the Generation Award, he reigned supreme."I know what this really means. Many people have gotten this award before...Jim Carrey, Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston ...
IMAGE: Mark Wahlberg, Adrian Grenier, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon
Mark Wahlberg, Adrian Grenier, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin DillonLUCY NICHOLSON / Reuters

Just call Mark Wahlberg the king of the F-bomb. Sure, there were slip-ups here and there during the MTV Movie Awards this year (we're looking at you Jonah Hill), but when the 42-year-old "Lone Survivor" star hit the stage to accept the Generation Award, he reigned supreme.

Mark Wahlberg accepts the Generation Award as presenters Adrian Grenier, Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Dillon look on at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards.LUCY NICHOLSON / Today

"I know what this really means. Many people have gotten this award before...Jim Carrey, Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston ... this is the you're too (expletive) old to come back award," Wahlberg joked. "This isn't the Channing Tatum award ... this is you're (expletive) done, but you know what, it's been a great run."

Old jokes aside, it was also a bit of an "Entourage" reunion, considering that cast members Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly and Jerry Ferrara were on hand to present the award to Wahlberg — the executive producer of the show.

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Wahlberg also got us even more excited about the long-awaited "Entourage" movie, saying it is going to be the best movie of the year next year. "I guarantee it," he added.

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The Generation Award is the awards show's highest honor and is given to an actor who has "engaged the MTV audience throughout his or her career," according to USA Today. In addition to Stiller, Aniston and Carrey, Jamie Foxx, Johnny Depp and Tom Cruise are just a few of the celebs who have also received the award.