Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg just can’t get enough of working together. The pair will be reuniting for the fifth time on the Netflix original film, Wonderland.

The adaptation of the Ace Atkins novel, Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland, follows Spenser who, fresh out of prison, is sucked back into Boston’s underbelly as he uncovers the truth about a sensational murder and the twisted conspiracy behind it. Spenser is a fictional character in a series of detective novels initially penned by Parker and more recently by Atkins.

Berg and Wahlberg will be producing alongside Neal H. Moritz via his Original Film banner and Stephen Levinson via his Film 44 company. Sean O’Keefe is adapting the script for the big screen.

The book is part of the Spenser series, which is named after a fictional character in a series of detective novels originally written by the American mystery writer Robert B. Parker and later by Ace Atkins.

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Wahlberg and Berg have previously worked the features Lone Survivor, Patriot’s Day, Deepwater Horizon, and Mile 22 which is due for release later this year. Since the departure of the director on Wahlberg’s Six Billion Dollar Man, the picture has hit a delay. Therefore, Wahlberg had some time to fill so this new project, slots in nicely on his schedule.

Wahlberg was last seen in Ridley Scott’s All The Money in the World. As well as 22 Mile, he also has the Sean Anders comedy, Instant Family due to land in 2019.

Berg is best known for his collaborations with Wahlberg, and he was the man behind the camera for Will Smith’s Hancock.