Anger at claims Mark Wahlberg banked 1500 times more than Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams Made $1000 for 'All The Money' Reshoots, Mark Wahlberg Made $1.5M (Report)

Mark Wahlberg starred in 6 movies that broke $100 million in the last 6 years.

While the crew was paid for reshoots, as was new cast member Christopher Plummer, Scott said the buck stopped there, adding "The whole reshoot was - in normal terms was expensive but not as expensive as you think". Spacey was cast in the film as J. Paul Getty, the real life industrialist and one time richest man in America who, when his grandson was kidnapped in 1973, refused to pay the $17-million ransom.

Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams attend the premiere of "All The Money In The World" on December 18, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

Michelle Williams was paid less than 1 percent of what her costar Mark Wahlberg made in order to reshoot the film, according to a report published by USA Today.

USA Today's reporting came on the heels of pointed jabs at the gender pay gap in Hollywood at Sunday's Golden Globes. The drama about John Paul Getty III's kidnapping first started receiving attention when it was announced that Kevin Spacey would be digitally replaced by Christopher Plummer, a role that Plummer received a Golden Globe nomination for.

In fact, she'd previously said that "I said I'd be wherever they needed me, whenever they needed me".

Wahlberg's team negotiated for the hefty fee, while Williams did it for "nothing", as did director Ridley Scott. Neither she nor her co-star - who are both represented by the same William Morris Endeavour agency - have commented on the reports.

Sources told USA Today that the actress actually made a modest $80 per diem, equaling less than $1,000 for all of her extra work.

"Everyone did it for nothing", he told the same publication in December. And they could have my salary, they could have my holiday, whatever they wanted.

The pay disparity arrives as the entertainment industry continues to be rocked by the downfall of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, a flood of sexual misconduct allegations against dozens of other powerful Hollywood figures and a rising #MeToo movement.

The four-time Oscar nominated actress looked happy and relaxed, lounging on the beach with her beau in a red one-piece swimsuit, white sunglasses, and floppy hat.

"I wonder if the studio or Wahlberg will do something to make the situation less insane", filmmaker Judd Apatow added.

The film "All the Money in the World" didn't live up to its title when it comes to paying actress Michelle Williams - an uncomfortable revelation at a time when Hollywood is still finding its footing with fair treatment of women, experts say.

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