Mark Wahlberg joked he was given the ''You're-too-f***ing-old-to-come-back award'' at the MTV Movie Awards last night. The 42-year-old actor had the audience at Los Angeles' Nokia theater in fits of laughter as he gave a foul-mouthed acceptance speech when he picked up the honorary MTV Generation Award from Entourage
stars Adrien Grenier, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara. He said: ''I know what this really means...this is the 'You're-too-f***ing-old-to-come-back' award. This is not the Channing-Tatum-you're-dancing-around-chicks-want-you award. This is the you're-f***ing-done award. But look, it was a great run.'' Mark - who was jailed for
assault as a teenager following a string of arrests - went on to thank people he had worked with in the past and and noted he had gone from ''literally being incarcerated to having a one-hit rap career to having an underwear model career.'' The Broken City
star - who has children Ella, 10, Michael, seven, Brendan, five. and Grace, four, with model wife Rhea Durham - then jokingly confronted an audience member. He said: ''Hey, shut the f**k up, I've gotta make Ted 2
and get my money right.'' And Mark said he felt ''lucky'' in both his personal and professional life, with the Entourage
movie scheduled for release next year, a role in Transformers: Age Of Extinction
and to be ''married to this former supermodel, Victoria's Secret model...'' He added: ''I don't know how the f**k that happened.''