‘Patriots Day’ got a $16 million state subsidy, new records show

04/18/2016 -Boston, MA-  Mark Wahlberg filing a scene for Patriots Day at the finish line of the 120th Boston Marathon in Boston, MA on April 18, 2016. More than 30,000 participants registered for the 2016 Boston Marathon, the third largest field in the race history.  (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff) section: Sports reporter:
Neither “Patriots Day,’’ starring Mark Wahlberg (center), nor “Stronger,’’ with Jake Gyllenhaal, did well at the box office. –Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff/file 2016

The state issued nearly $90 million in film tax subsidies in 2016, a new high-water mark that includes tens of millions in previously unreported incentives paid out to movies inspired by the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.

Patriots Day,’’ the 2016 Mark Wahlberg-led film about the terrorist attack at the finish line that killed three people and injured hundreds more, collected $15.7 million worth of credits — the fifth most for any project to date, according to newly revised state data.

Another movie about the tragedy, “Stronger,’’ the 2017 film starring Jake Gyllenhaal as bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, received $4.8 million.