Mark Wahlberg has poked fun at his “Uncharted” co-star Tom Holland on social media.
Wahlberg, 50, took to Instagram Thursday to share a video mocking Holland, 25, for mistaking the fitness massage gun he gave the “Spider-Man” star for a device for some “type of self-pleasure.”
In the video, a shirtless Wahlberg jokingly demonstrated how the Power Plate Pulse massage tool is used and emphasized that it is for “muscle recovery” only and “nothing else.”
“Mr. Tom Holland, you see this?” Wahlberg said while holding the tool. “This is a massage tool for muscle recovery, nothing else. Muscle recovery. This is the Power Plate Pulse. This is the quietest, longest-battery life.”
The actor’s followers found the video hilarious and joined in on poking fun at the two co-stars.
“He specified [that it’s] only for muscles,” one person commented.
“Muscle recovery! Nothing else! He said it so much that we have to assume it’s definitely for something else too!” another joked.
“Thanks, Mark! We appreciate you spelling it out for us [because] we needed that clarification. Love you!” another chimed in.
Wahlberg posted the video after he and Holland shared a funny story during an interview with “Access Hollywood” earlier this week.
The Marvel star recalled when the “Transformers” actor drove him home after a meeting and gifted him a massage gun, which Holland mistakenly thought was a “self-pleasure” device.
“Mark Wahlberg was kind enough to give me a massage gun after I left his house in L.A. and he drove me back to my hotel,” said Holland, telling a story about when they first met. “I was confused as to what kind of massage gun this was, having never seen one before, and I thought it was the type of self-pleasure.”
The “Avengers: Endgame” star joked that he thought Wahlberg drove him back to his hotel for “other reasons than just being a gentleman.”
“I didn’t know you — it’s Hollywood, baby. Who knows what’s gonna happen?” Holland jokingly added.
Wahlberg explained that they were talking about fitness and recovery, and since he is is a stakeholder of Power Plate and they manufacture a muscle gun, he thought of giving Holland one. The older actor added that he was only trying to make conversation during the ride and that they talked about his kids and their families.
“I can’t believe the whole time you were thinking that. Gotta get your head outta the gutter, buddy,” Wahlberg joked of the awkward drive.
Holland told Wahlberg the story before he spilled it during their joint interview. It was the latter who encouraged Holland to share it after he was asked how he felt when he met the “Spenser Confidential” star.
“Uncharted” hits theaters on Feb. 18.
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