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Mark Wahlberg announces plans to bring the Wahlburgers burger chain to Australia … with the opening of its first Sydney location in just a few months

Mark Wahlberg brought his US burger chain, Wahlburgers, to Australia.

The Hollywood actor, 49, revealed his latest venture with owner United Cinemas, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Sunday.

“I’m partnering with the Mustaca family and hopefully we bring you not only Wahlburger but a great cinematic experience,” he told the publication.

‘We’re bringing you not only Wahlburgers but incredible cinematic experiences’: Mark Wahlberg (pictured), 49, has announced he will be bringing US burger chain Wahlburgers to Australia, with its first opening at Sydney’s Circular Quay in the coming months

The deal is worth more than $ 50 million – and will employ 500 staff and see movie-themed restaurants open in 15 locations inside or next to the chain’s cinemas.

These locations include Warriewood and Narellan Sydney, Craigieburn Melbourne, Indooroopilly Brisbane, and Rockingham Perth.

‘What we’re really focused on right now is creating exclusive content for subscribers only. So people are going to see movie trailers early and so on, ‘said Mark.

The first shop to open its doors will be at Sydney’s Circular Quay in the coming months, which Mark promises will return to Australia.

Details: The deal is worth more than $ 50 million - and will employ 500 staff and see movie-themed restaurants open at 15 locations inside or beside the United Cinemas chain.

Details: The deal is worth more than $ 50 million – and will employ 500 staff and see movie-themed restaurants open at 15 locations inside or beside the United Cinemas chain.

Locations: These locations include Sydney's Warriewood and Narellan, Melbourne's Craigieburn, Brisbane's Indooroopilly and Perth's Rockingham

Locations: These locations include Sydney’s Warriewood and Narellan, Melbourne’s Craigieburn, Brisbane’s Indooroopilly and Perth’s Rockingham

Bintang Mile 22 arrived in Australia on November 30 and was granted permission to self-isolate at a luxury resort instead of the mandatory two-week hotel quarantine.

Mark was quarantined on a private property in Byron Bay, a coastal town in New South Wales, which reportedly made him return $ 400,000.

The Good Vibrations singer is required to stay at the retreat for 14 days, before flying to Sydney to film a commercial for online betting agency Ladbrokes.

Mark also led an intensive workout at the F45 gym in the city of Woolloomooloo on December 15, after investing in an Australian fitness franchise in 2018.

A-list fitness: Mark also led an intensive workout at the F45 gym at Woolloomooloo Sydney on 15 December while in Australia.  Some of Australia's biggest celebrities attended, including David and Candice Warner (pictured)

A-list fitness: Mark also led an intensive workout at the F45 gym at Woolloomooloo Sydney on 15 December while in Australia. Some of Australia’s biggest celebrities attended, including David and Candice Warner (pictured)

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