Whilst “Ted” took house an outstanding $556 million international, and “Daddy’s House” earned a decent $241 million, Wahlberg’s highest-grossing movie stays “Transformers: Age of Extinction” (by way of The Numbers). The 2014 access within the franchise was once a monster hit international, raking in additional than $1 billion on the field administrative center.
Lately, the movie is ranked a few of the most sensible 50 highest-grossing motion pictures of all time. And in the case of films within the “Transformers” franchise, most effective “Transformers: Darkish of the Moon” made more cash. Granted, critics did not love the movie — it has a gloomy 17% ranking on Rotten Tomatoes — however the advent of Dinobots proved to be an excessive amount of amusing for audience to withstand.
“Age of Extinction” is about 5 years after the occasions of “Darkish of the Moon,” and it kickstarted a brand new technology within the “Transformers” universe. With Shia LeBeouf completed with the franchise, the movie presented Wahlberg’s Cade Yeager, an inventor and unmarried dad who makes a surprising discovery about what the federal government is doing with the Autobots. For his phase, Wahlberg performs the function neatly, however in actual fact, valuable few folks pass to see a “Transformers” movie for the human characters.
Whilst Wahlberg no doubt is not the movie’s spotlight — it is arduous to compete with Bumblebee and Optimus Top — “Transformers: Age of Extinction” continues to be his greatest hit to this point. And even supposing he maximum no doubt has the Autobots to thank for the movie’s international luck, Wahlberg continues to be one in every of Hollywood’s maximum bankable stars, although he cannot take credit score for this actual motion movie’s record-breaking haul.