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Mark Wahlberg Sees More 'Transformers' in His Future

Mark Wahlberg says he's ready to roll out in future Transformers films. Well, not ready so much as contractually obligated.

"I committed to doing a couple more," Wahlberg told MTV while promoting his new film The Gambler. "I can't speak for Mr. Bay, but something tells me we'll be on the set soon."

Wahlberg debutedas the franchise's new leading man in this year's Transformers: Age of Extinction. That film, director Michael Bay's fourth outing with the shape-shifting alien robots, grossed $245.4 million domestically and more than $1 billion worldwide. There's even Oscar buzz around Age of Extinction -- albeit all generated by Paramount Pictures. With that level of success, it would be hard to imagine a scenario in which Bay and Wahlberg don't team up at least one more time.

You can check out the quick clip below to see Wahlberg's Transformers answer in action.

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