Mark Wahlberg Teams Up With Michael Bay for 'Transformers: Age of Extinction'

The "Transformers" star talks about filming the latest installment and working with his kids.
3:09 | 06/25/14

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Transcript for Mark Wahlberg Teams Up With Michael Bay for 'Transformers: Age of Extinction'
Michael bay had a good time experiencing "Pain and gain" together, now they are in transformers: Extinction. He plays a beaten up truck. And there may be more than meets the eye to it. And watch, you are going to love this. I hooked it back to a working battery. Calling all -- calling all Au Au autobot the. Oh, yeah, I don't think it's a truck at all. I think we just found a transformer. I think we found the summer blockbuster. There he is, mark Wahlberg. Thanks for being with us on "Good morning America." Looking dapper. Tonight's the big premier? Yes. One in Hong Kong, and the one in Shanghai and beijing. This is the first in the usa. Here he is. How was it working with Michael bay again? He's a blast. We had a blast working on pain and gain, and he asked me to be a part of it, who wouldn't to be a part of one of the most iconic franchises in history. And one my kids can see. And four kids, right? Yes. And you have actors on your hands. It was the first time they were excited about my movie, and to be in the movie. I have seen the movie a couple times, and I have seen one and a glimpse of another. I told them that's the nature of the business, sometimes you end up on the editing room floor. You said it's one of life's lessons, disappointment. Yes. I love it, you have a pragmatic approach to parents. Not just talking the talk, but walking the walk. Yes, you have to lead by example. I can say things to my kids until I'm blue in the face, but unless I'm an example, won't set that value in them. You play a father in the movie, uncomfortable with the kissing scene. Uncomfortable with everything. And my daughter in the movie, I'm very close with her dad, she has to wear short-shorts. Michael bay likes everything to be sexy and cool and slick-looking. And I have a daughter who's 10 and looks up to nikola. And I'm overprotective. It's funny you say that, we dug this clip of you out from ABC news. Check it out. What's it like for the former hellion to now be a dad? It's amazing. It's amazing. Wait until she starts dating. That's not going to happen. That's not going to happen. You said it's not happening. That your daughters will ever date. Yes. I still feel that way. You're on the record, right here, right now. Absolutely. Not happening. They'll be in the house -- no, at 45 they can start dating. Very liberal of you. Yeah. Thank you so much for stopping by "Good morning America." Always good to see you, it's a pleasure. Congratulations on the film. It's transformers, as you know, age of extinction.

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