Claims Michelle Williams paid $1,000 for reshoots after Kevin Spacey was replaced, but Mark Wahlberg supposedly went $1.5 m
Mark Wahlberg was paid $1.5 m( PS1. 1m) for the reshoot of Ridley Scott’s film All the Money in the World while his co-star Michelle Williams was paid $80 a daylight- a total of less than $1,000- according to reports.
Scott’s thriller, about the 1973 kidnap of Paul Getty, was only two months after liberate when the chairman called the last-minute reshoot of 22 places peculiarity Kevin Spacey, after the actor was accused of various weighs of sex crime and harassment.
Scott told the Guardian in an interrogation published under Saturday that he concluded the bad advertising around Spacey would” foul the movie” and make it difficult to sell.
In the same interview, Scott said all the actors involved in the reshoot had committed itself to do so unpaid. But USA Today reported on Tuesday that” three beings familiar with the situation but not authorised to speak publicly about it” had confirmed Wahlberg’s and Williams’ reshoot fees.
Williams, one of the founding members of Time’s Up, the Hollywood-led have responded to unprofessional behavior and gender inequality in the workplace, was supposedly not told of Wahlberg’s fee. Neither Williams nor Wahlberg have commented on the reports.
The reshoot fee differential was pennant by some Hollywood figures on Twitter shortly after this week’s Golden Globes awardings, which construed many Hollywood ladies wearing black on the welcome mat to demonstration sexual abuse and aggression.
Actor Jessica Chastain tweeted that she had heard reports that Williams had received “$ 80 a day to report to[ Wahlberg’s] MILLIONS” for the reshoot. Hollywood gender equality advocate Melissa Silverstein called the reported remunerate gap “egregious” and “unacceptable”.
In an open letter published on 1 January, Time’s Up argued that the” systemic gender inequality and imbalance of power” in the workplace” stimulates an environment that is ripe for abuse and provocation against wives “.
The collective’s projects include the establishment of a legal excuse money to assistance women in less privileged professions to engagement sexual abuse and onslaught in their workplaces.