Mark Wahlberg Reportedly Made 100 Times More Than Michelle Williams on All the Money Reshoots

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Christopher had to get paid.

Following allegations of Kevin Spacey's sexual misconduct, Ridley Scott chose to reshoot the entirety of Spacey's scenes in All the Money in the World, with Christopher Plummer as the replacement. His co-star, Michelle Williams, however only received a $80 per diem, which totals to less than $1,000.

In fact, Scott himself seemed to be under the impression everyone was doing the reshoot for free based on interviews he's given while promoting the film.

Wahlberg's fee for the reshoots was reported in November by the Washington Post to be $2 million, while Williams reportedly received a comparatively more modest 6-figure payout. But Michelle, no. Me, no.

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Scott proclaimed everyone did the 10-day reshoot "for nothing", but according to anonymous sources cited Tuesday in a USA Today report, that might not be the case.

Representatives for William Morris Endeavor, Sony Pictures, Ridley Scott, Wahlberg, and Williams, did not immediately respond to requests from TheWrap for comment.

Williams previously told USA Today that she agreed to inconvenience herself to reshoot Spacey's scenes out of appreciation for Scott's decision to cut an abuser.

USA TODAY has since learned Wahlberg's team actually negotiated a hefty fee, with the actor paid $1.5 million for his reshoots. "And they could have my salary, they could have my holiday, whatever they wanted", Williams said.

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Replacing Spacey was the right thing to do, but it was probably for the wrong reasons; the studio and Scott had a lot of time and money invested in the project, and it was cheaper to spend the extra $10 million to try and salvage it than to write the entire movie off. Wahlberg also decided it was a worthy cause if the price was right.

All the Money in the World has so far grossed $28.3 million against a $50 million budget.

Two days ago at the Golden Globes, male and female stars wore black in solidarity with the newly-established Time's Up initiative, which pushes for protection for victims of sexual harassment and gender equality.

"Please go see Michelle's performance in All the Money in the World", tweeted Chastain, Williams' fellow Golden Globe nominee.

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