During a question and answer session on Tuesday night, after the premiere of his film "Lone Survivor," actor Mark Wahlberg appeared to be taking several shots at Tom Cruise, although he didn't mention him by name.
Cruise reportedly compared making movies on location to fighting in Afghanistan, which his lawyer calls a distortion.
TMZ reports that Cruise made the following statement during a deposition:
Lawyer: "Now, your counsel has publicly equated your absence from Suri for these extended periods of time as being analogous to someone fighting in Afghanistan. Are you aware of that?"
Cruise: "I didn't hear the Afghanistan, but that's what it feels like, and certainly on this last movie, it was brutal. It was brutal."
When Wahlberg was asked about playing a Navy SEAL in Afghanistan, he appeared to be directing his statement to Cruise, reports TheWrap.com (video below).
“For actors to sit there and talk about ‘Oh I went to SEAL training, and I slept on the, I don’t give a f--- what you did," said Wahlberg. "You don’t do what these guys did, you just don’t. For somebody to sit there and say my job was as difficult as somebody in the military’s. How f------ dare you? While you sit in a makeup chair for two hours."
"I don’t give a s--- if you’re getting your a-- busted," added Wahlberg. "You get to go home at the end of the day. You get to go to your hotel room. You get to order f------ chicken, or your steak, bottle of cabernet, or whatever the f--- it is.”
Sources: TheWrap.com and TMZ