Mark Wahlberg paid far more than Michelle Williams for Money reshoots

Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams

A new report in USA Today claims that Mark Wahlberg received a whopping $1.5 million for the unexpected All The Money In the World reshoots.

In late November, The Washington Post first reported that Wahlberg was being paid more than Williams on reshoots, but reported she was still likely being paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for the work.

However, a new report shows a steep pay gap between the film's other two stars for those reshoots. While she doesn't address any alleged salary disparity between herself and Wahlberg during the original production of All The Money In The World, she does mention salary negotiations were a part of the reshoot.

This means that the single mother traveled to Italy over Thanksgiving for a last-second reshoot while being paid 0.04 % what her male co-star was making for his work. "Because I appreciated so much that they were making this massive effort". Did they think this wouldn't come out?

It is not clear however if Williams initially believed that Wahlberg was also working for free.

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Ridley Scott and all of those involved with All the Money in the World have been praised for their swift and shocking move to recast and reshoot with Christopher Plummer only six weeks before the film's release.

Wahlberg and Williams are both represented by the William Morris Endeavor agency.

In August, Forbes named Wahlberg the highest-paid actor of the year, calculating his pretax and pre-fee earnings at $68 million. But it's a worse look for the studio; had Williams known of Wahlberg's fee, she might not have felt as good about showing up for per diem, for obvious reasons. "If that'll help you, you can have it, you can have my break and you can have whatever and I'll just be there waiting", she said during an interview Babel in December. I was like, you can have my salary, you can just take it, I don't even do it... that's not why I work.

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