Relationships come and go in Hollywood, but Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg are the real deal.



The director and his muse have collaborated in "Lone Survivor," "Deepwater Horizon," "Patriots Day," and the upcoming summer film "Mile 22."



Now they are heading to Netflix with the film "Wonderland," adapting author Robert B. Parker's best-selling Spenser detective novel series.



Boxer turned Boston-based private eye Spenser is featured in more than 40 novels by Parker and -- after Parker's death -- Ace Atkins. Spenser is also the character played by Robert Urich in the '80s TV series "Spenser: For Hire."



According to Deadline, "Wonderland" is the first film in what is hoped to be a series of feature films for Netflix, adapting various Spenser novels.



"Wonderland" follows "a man fresh out of prison who is sucked back into Boston's underbelly while he uncovers the truth about a sensational murder."



Wahlberg can next be seen in Berg's "Mile 22," costarring Lauren Cohan, which hits theaters August 17.



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