Actor-producer Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg have teamed up before for dramatic true-life stories — with “Deepwater Horizon,” about the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil well disaster; and “Lone Survivor,” about a U.S. Navy SEAL mission to kill a Taliban leader. Their latest collaboration is “Patriots Day,” about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. It looks at the survivors and the police who tried to catch the terrorists behind the attack.
On “CBS This Morning,” Wahlberg said there had been a lot of debate about whether it was too soon to dramatize their story.
“But then we felt like, because of everything hat was happening all over the world, that it’s really not soon enough,” he said, “because this is a message of love and people coming together. And so we felt like, it was very important to do this, but do it right.”
He said there was added pressure…