On Saturday, Mark Wahlberg introduced by way of Twitter that he’ll donate the $1.5 million wage he earned reshooting scenes from “All of the Cash within the World,” a drama based mostly on the 1973 kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, to the Occasions Up Authorized Protection Fund.
Walberg turned the middle of controversy when it was revealed final yr that his co-star, Michelle Williams, earned solely $1,000 for reshooting the film’s scenes. The ten-day reshoot was required when director Ridley Scott determined to exchange the actor who performed Getty’s grandfather, billionaire oilman J. Paul Getty. Scenes with Kevin Spacey – the topic of a number of abuse allegations – because the elder Getty have been edited out, and changed by scenes that includes Christopher Plumber within the position.
William Morris Endeavor, the expertise company that represents each Wahlberg and Williams, stated it’ll additionally donate $500,000 to the fund.
In a press release, Wahlberg stated, “Over the previous few days my reshoot charge for All The Cash within the World has turn into an essential matter of dialog. I one hundred% help the battle for truthful pay and I am donating the $1.5 million to the Time’s Up Authorized Protection Fund in Michelle Williams’ identify.”
Michelle Williams advised the USA In the present day in December that she eagerly gave up her Thanksgiving vacation to do a re-shoot as a result of she was so grateful the movie was going to proceed. “I stated I might be wherever they wanted me, every time they wanted me. They usually might have my wage, they might have my vacation, no matter they needed. As a result of I appreciated a lot that they have been making this large effort,” Williams recalled.