DJ Khaled told his good buddy, Mark Wahlberg, that he's "available anytime" to star in his next film.
DJ Khaled and Mark Wahlberg have been good friends for awhile now, and it looks like they may become co-stars sometime soon, as well. On Wednesday (May 20th), Khaled posted some screenshots of he and his Bostonian buddy on FaceTime, indicating that they were discussing the possibility of working together in the near future. According to Khaled, the actor wants to recruit him for his next big screen project.https://www.instagram.com/p/CAbu8wYp_vd
"Bless up @markwahlberg," Khaled wrote on the Instagram post, which also featured a screenshot of Mark FaceTiming with Khaled's wife, Nicole Tuck, and his eldest son, Asahd. "@markwahlberg was checking on my availability for the next big film," he continued. "Also checking in wit my famliy thank u. At this moment mark was telling his team KHALED said he’s available anytime for us. Luv always @markwahlberg bless up !"
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Although it's unclear when Mark would even be able to star in another film project, considering most productions have been put on pause indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, we'd definitely be interested in seeing he and Khaled on screen together. While he's primarily known for his music, Khaled has in fact dabbled in the acting game here and there. Most recently, he appeared in the third instalment of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence's Bad Boys franchise early this year, titled Bad Boys for Life, for which he also served as the curator of the soundtrack. As for Mark, he recently produced and starred in the Netflix film, Spenser Confidential, alongside another music star, Post Malone, in his debut acting role.