LONDON, Jan 3: Mark Wahlberg said he was amazed to see that people of Boston have come out in support of his film “Patriots Day” which tells the story of the 2013 Marathon bombing in the city and the subsequent terrorist manhunt.
The tragic incident strengthened the Boston community who all came together to support each other.
It was that sense of pride and community that the people of Boston wanted Wahlberg to reflect in the new movie, reported Contactmusic.
“It was really amazing to see the support that we got from the community. Just people showing so much love and support, but also reminding me, ‘hey get it right and show them who we are’.
“Me being so proud to be a Bostonian and seeing how people responded to this horrific tragedy. It was amazing,” Wahlberg said. (PTI)