It's unclear whether Williams, who is represented by the same talent agency as Wahlberg but has a different agent, would have made the same decision had she known that her male co-star was pulling in $1.5 million for the reshoot. At the time, director Ridley Scott said he, Williams, and the other actors were essentially doing the work for free.
"I wonder if the studio or Wahlberg will do something to make the situation less insane", he tweeted.
As her date, Williams brought civil rights activist Tarana Burke, the creator in 2006 of the "Me Too" movement to raise awareness of the ubiquity of sexual abuse. She had this to say. In response to whether or not he got paid a hefty sum for the reshoots, Scott replied "No, they all came in free". Would anyone like to clarify?
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 really hope that with everything coming to light, she was paid fairly", she tweeted.
There has been no official statement released by anyone from the All the Money in the World crew on the matter as of this writing. Others argued that Wahlberg's higher pay was because of his box office draw, while still others defended Williams' reputation as an actress, saying their pay should have been equal.
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". Until then, read Hollywood's reaction to Michelle Williams making less than 1 percent of what Mark Wahlberg made on the All the Money in the World reshoots below, courtesy of Jessica Chastain's Twitter account.
Sloan Professor of Biology and Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. -But this was not his only accolade. Google today honoured with a doodle Har Gobind Khorana , the Indian man who won a Nobel prize for decoding humans' DNA .
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Kia says the current powertrain found here utilizes new production technology which will be applied to other near-future vehicles. Things like pedestrian warning system which doesn't alert you to rogue humans crossing into the car's path, but warns them .
Meghan Markle cerró sus redes sociales
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Toyota and Mazda announce Limestone County plant
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Soccer: Canada names Herdman new leader of men's program
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