Michelle Williams was reportedly paid less than $1,000 to reshoot 'All the Money in the World,' while Mark Wahlberg made $1.5 million

Business Insider | 1/10/2018 | Alison Millington
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Actress Michelle Williams was reportedly paid less than 1% of co-star Mark Wahlberg's salary for a 10-day re-shoot on "All the Money in the World."

It comes after director Ridley Scott claimed nobody was paid for the re-shoot, in which Christopher Plummer replaced disgraced actor Kevin Spacey.

Hollywood - Figures - Pay - Gap - USA

Hollywood figures were shocked at the pay gap reported by USA Today.

"All The Money In The World" star Michelle Williams was paid less than $1,000 (£730) for a 10-day reshoot of the film, while co-star Mark Wahlberg made $1.5 million (£1.1 million), according to USA Today.

November - Director - Ridley - Scott - Studio

In November, director Ridley Scott and studio Imperative Entertainment cut actor Kevin Spacey out of the already completed film over sexual misconduct allegations. He was replaced by Christopher Plummer.

Spacey had originally been cast as billionaire J. Paul Getty in the kidnapping drama. All scenes featuring the disgraced actor were reshot over 10 days, costing Imperative $10 million, according to USA Today. The film still made its December 22 release.

December - Scott - USA - Today - Everyone

In December, Scott told USA Today that "everyone did it for nothing." He told The Guardian the same thing on Sunday.

"The whole reshoot was — in normal terms was expensive but not as expensive as you think. Because all of them, everyone did it for nothing," Scott told USA Today.

Actors - Plummer - Michelle

"I wouldn't get paid, I refused to get paid." He added that the actors "came in free," and while Plummer "had to get paid," Michelle was not.

But USA Today...
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