Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Culture | By Wayne Carr

Michelle Williams And Mark Wahlberg Pay Disparity, SAG To Investigate

Michelle Williams And Mark Wahlberg Pay Disparity, SAG To Investigate

Although The Wrap reported Wednesday that Wahlberg did not have reshoots included in his contract and therefore was able to negotiate more money for additional time, while Williams' contract did include reshoots, USA Today disputed that report.

Both actors had to work over the Thanksgiving holiday to finish the film with Plummer, and Williams told USA Today at the time, "I said I'd be wherever they needed me, whenever they needed me. Because I appreciated so much that they were making this massive effort", she'd said.

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Several high profile names took to Twitter to voice their displeasure with the news, including actors Jessica Chastain and Patricia Arquette, who have been vocal about the need for gender equality and wage parity in Hollywood.

Both performers are with William Morris Endeavor - although each is repped by separate agents there - which has only fueled the perception of injustice.

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Scott had previously told USA Today that the actors did the reshoots "for nothing" - meaning union minimums - and that he also did not get paid. One source insists that unlike his co-stars, Wahlberg was not contractually obligated to do reshoots, while other reports have said that all the actors in the film had contracts that provided for reshoots. And his co-star Michelle Williams got a lot less. Jessica Chastain, now starring in the Golden Globe-nominated "Molly's Game", called Williams a "brilliant" actress who "deserves more".

Those close to the production have argued to Deadline that the pay disparity wasn't a gender issue, rather that the unprecedented reshoots to meet a December 25 theatrical release forced a rush situation. Reports suggest that a few scenes from Ridley Scott-directed movie were to be re-shot after Kevin Spacey was sacked from the movie following sexual harassment allegations. When it was quickly decided that Imperative Entertainment was going to finance reshoots (Sony did not finance) after Plummer replaced Spacey, Wahlberg was already working on his next project Mile 22. Or perhaps it was the decision of a team seizing any convenience as they sought to reshoot a movie on an astonishingly tight schedule. The problem is that she, her representatives and the producers of "All The Money In The World" all accepted that pulling off that ambitious goal required her to forfeit a salary. So it's easy to see how those involved in "All The Money In The World" seemed caught between two competing imperatives.

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Wahlberg had earlier agreed to take about 80 percent of his usual quote - which is in the $15 million range - to appear in the film.

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