Mark Wahlberg dresses down for Deepwater Horizon premiere

Mark Wahlberg looked less like a Hollywood star and more like the man next door at the European premiere of his film Deepwater Horizon.

The heartthrob actor evidently decided against a tux or suit, opting for a casual jumper and trousers.

He was also sporting slightly longer locks than usual as he walked up the red carpet in London’s Leicester Square.

Mark signed autographs for fans, and shared a hug with Mike Williams, the electrician he plays in the movie about the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Strictly hopeful Greg Rutherford and his professional dance partner Natalie Lowe were among the stars who stepped out to see the movie.

The pair took time out from rehearsing for the show.

Girl group Stooshe and Towie’s Jasmin Walia were also at the glitzy screening.

Deepwater Horizon also stars Kurt Russell, John Malkovich and Kate Hudson.

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