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Mark Wahlberg reveals he financed passion project, ‘Father Stu’

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Actor Mark Wahlberg joins TODAY’s Hoda Kotb to talk about his new passion project based on a true story, “Father Stu,” in which he plays a boxer who becomes a priest. Wahlberg reveals he “broke the cardinal rule” and financed the movie himself saying, “It was the best way to make the movie without any inference.”

Mark Wahlberg explains why he doesn’t ‘force’ his faith on his kids