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With two toddlers already keeping him busy, Mark Wahlberg and his longtime girlfriend, Rhea Durham, are adding another celebrity baby to the mix!

Amazingly, that may be just the beginning.

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"When the kids are good, we want eight or nine," Wahlberg said Monday in L.A. while promoting his new film, The Happening.

"When they're bad, we [want] to stop at three."

The couple also have a daughter, Ella (pictured below), 4 and a son Michael, 2, and Wahlberg says having a full house is "awesome."

"Hectic at times," he admits. "But a lot of fun."

In The Happening, Wahlberg plays a science teacher in the new thriller, out June 13, trying to stay alive against a mysterious and deadly phenomenon.

But the actor says his own fears are far more real.

"My fear is failing as a father, as a friend, as a son. I have a lot of responsibility and a lot of people counting on me," he says.

"And I know God has put me in this position to put back and try to create some opportunities for some others, show kids there is another way."

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Thanks to Us Weekly for this fun compilation ...

"If I was a gold digger, I'd have a lot more money in my bank account."
-- Heather Mills, who is reportedly receiving at least $56 million in a divorce settlement, and who appears on Dancing With the Stars, beginning tonight

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"I don't like cheeseballs who are manscaped to a tee -- I respond better to actors from earlier eras."
-- Rose McGowan on overly groomed men

"You're going back to Shawshank?"
-- Chris Rock mocking Howard Stern about his upcoming nuptials

"Well, I think [George W. Bush] is probably the worst president in the history of the United States. And I just don't understand how [the Democrats] could have lost that election."
-- Donald Trump

"I just aspire to be Regis Philbin. He just has that energy and wit I hope to have a quarter of at his age."
-- Howie Mandel

"For me, just as a mom, I love the other parents and the kids...I'm starting to work on the education here...there's a lot of work to be done."
-- Angelina Jolie on volunteer work in New Orleans

"The only club I get to go to now is the country club."
-- Mark Wahlberg on how being a dad has changed him

"In one scene Quentin got really into the character and bit me. I'm not going to sue him or anything. It was crazy cool."
-- Fergie on working with Quentin Tarantino on Grindhouse

"I like having curves. It's weird seeing girls who look like beanpoles. The more famous girls get, the smaller they get."
-- Mary Elizabeth Winstead

"The View is the big soap opera of television right now. You have drama. You have conflicts. You have feuds. You have people getting into trouble for opening their big mouths. Like me!"
-- Joy Behar

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Mark Wahlberg knows a thing or two dozen about having problems with the law.

For that reason, the Oscar nominee has revealed that he "prays every single day" for embattled actor Lane Garrison â€" and for those involved in the the December car accident that killed a 17-year-old.

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"I certainly pray for him every single day of my life," Wahlberg told People magazine last night at the Los Angeles premiere of his latest movie Shooter, which also costars Garrison.

His comments came after Garrison was charged with vehicular manslaughter following a car accident in December that killed a 17-year-old male passenger. He currently sits atop our Jason Wahler-inspired jail board.

"I'll speak to Lane and wish him the best and you know [tell him to] deal with the situation and put it behind him."

"It's a horrible accident. It's a tragedy for everybody involved and we're just praying for everybody," Wahlberg said.

Wahlberg is no stranger to run-ins with the law, having served 45 days in an adult prison as a teenager after being prosecuted for his involvment in a street fight, an experience he credits with helping him change his life for the better. Maybe Mischa Barton will one day say the same thing about her car accident history.

And that's why he hasn't given up on troubled colleagues like Garrison, or former Sopranos actor Lillo Brancato, currently facing murder charges for his part in the December 2005 shooting of a police officer. We assume he also felt for Bobby Brown. Maybe.

"You know I have a lot of friends that are incarcerated," Wahlberg said, "and I'm certainly about rehabilitating and trying to forgive and trying to mend the wounds that have been caused."

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