Mark Wahlberg Profits Off Kevin Spacey Scandal

Posted January 11, 2018

Scott told USA Today last month that the reshoot was made possible because nobody but Plummer and the crew got paid.

This claim was later rubbished by the director to told the publication that "everyone did it for nothing", adding, "they all came in for free".

Scott managed to pull off the enormous feat, kudos to him, but now a new dark shadow has been cast over All the Money in the World.

However, a tweet from Melissa Silverstein has raised the question of payments once again, with claims that Michelle took home a tiny fraction of her co-star's salary.

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Representatives for Wahlberg, Williams, WME, Sony, Imperative Entertainment, and Scott did not respond to USA Today's requests for comment. She told USA Today at the time, 'They could have my salary, they could have my holiday, whatever they wanted.

Scott, according to USAToday, was not paid for the extra work to get the film out by its Christmas planned release. Meanwhile, supporting actor Mark Wahlberg, who's made no such statement regarding the reshoot or his fee, received a payout that eclipsed Williams's by a factor of 1,500. "I wonder if the studio or Wahlberg will do something to make the situation less insane".

At some point, though, you'd think that would stop.

"I thought I would have to raise my daughter to learn how to protect herself in a risky world and I think because of the work Tarana has done and the work I am learning how to do, we actually have the opportunity to hand our children a different world", Williams told Ryan Seacrest during a red carpet interview. 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.

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The report notes that the reshoot cost $10 million, which was put up by producer Imperative Entertainment.

When actors for the film "All the Money in the World" were called back for reshoots, the female lead got paid less than the male lead, according to media reports. But Michelle, no. Me, no.

The only thing to do in this situation is sending Williams a check for the same amount Wahlberg was given.

Williams has been nominated for an Academy Award four times and has five Golden Globe nominations, while Wahlberg has yet to receive a similar nod from either organization. Wahlberg and Williams are both represented by William Morris, raising questions about why the agency only secured additional income for one of its clients.

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