Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Wahlberg Earned 1500 Times More Than Williams For Doing The Same Work

Wahlberg Earned 1500 Times More Than Williams For Doing The Same Work

Another anonymous source said Wahlberg's lawyers sent a letter to the film's financiers opposing Plummer's addition until payment was met.

Those close to the production have argued to Deadline that the pay disparity wasn't a gender issue, rather that the unprecedented reshoots to meet a December 25 theatrical release forced a rush situation.

"Meanwhile, Williams is facing a new controversy over the All the Money in the World reshoots, amid reports suggesting she was only paid £740 for the extra 10 days" work, compared to her co-star Mark Wahlberg's estimated £1.1 million compensation package, according to USA Today.

Representatives for Wahlberg, Williams, WME, Sony, Imperative Entertainment and Scott did not respond to USA Today's requests for comment. The disclosure prompted instant outrage. She's a brilliant Oscar nominated Golden Globe winning actress. "She deserves more than one per cent of her male co-star's salary".

Judd Apatow added in a tweet of his own, "This is so messed up that it is nearly hard to believe". "This is how this business works".

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There are two reasons main reasons, the first being that Wahlberg and Williams - who are both represented by the same agency, William Morris Endeavor - started out the project with unequal contracts.

Williams, who earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role in "All the Money in the World", notably walked the red carpet with Tarana Burke, senior director of the nonprofit Girls for Gender Equity and the founder of the #MeToo movement. If additional filming is needed, actors will make themselves available - as their schedule allows - to clean up scenes.

Because Williams had already committed to return, Wahlberg had leverage: He was the only major missing piece and the clock was ticking. If anything, it fuels it, she said.

The film "All the Money in the World" didn't live up to its title when it came to paying actress Michelle Williams - an uncomfortable revelation at a time when Hollywood is still trying to find its footing in treating women fairly, experts say. "And I'll give you my Thanksgiving break, if that would help.' And they, to their credit, they only took my Thanksgiving break", Williams said.

However, Scott previously insisted all the cast had agreed to reshoot their scenes for free but did confirm Christopher and the crew were paid for their parts in reshooting the movie. If Williams' agents had asked the producers to guarantee equal pay rates for everyone involved, "All The Money In The World" would have avoided a round of bad press, and Scott and his colleagues would have gotten double credit. There's a economic differential at play -but it's not $1.5 million $80 per diem.

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