Michelle Williams Was Paid 8 Times Less Than Marky Mark, And Tracee Ellis Ross Is Also Getting Paid A Lot Less Than Her Male Co-Star
The ink hasn’t even dried on the thank you note Mark Wahlberg sent to his crisis publicist for coming up with the idea to give Time’s Up his $1.5 million fee for reshooting All the Money In The World, and there’s now another pay scandal involving him and his co-star Michelle Williams. Continue reading
After Michelle Williams broke up with puppet enthusiast Jason Segel, she sort of kept her private life a little more mysterious. As it turns out, she’s been dating a NYC financier named Andrew Youmans, and UsWeekly says they’re getting married. A financier? Terrific, maybe he can sit down with her agent and figure out why the hell there were so many missing zeros on her All The Money In The World re-shoots check.
Inexplicably hugely successful actor Mark Wahlberg made sure he was making bank before he returned to the set of Ridley Scott’s All The Money In The World for reshoots. His co-star Michelle Williams made sure she had a ride home after shooting because equal wages for women is something captains of industry laugh about on the golf course. Someone on Mark’s team let him know the actions of him and his agents at William Morris revealed them all to be greedy putzes. This is why Team Good Vibrations (feel it, feel it!) hurriedly announced that he’s donating his $1.5 million reshoot salary to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund in Michelle’s name. “Oh, um, that’s nice. I could have probably used it since I make .05 to your dollar as a rule, but it’s cool,” Michelle thought tiredly. Continue reading
Marky Mark’s Contract Had To Do With Him Getting Paid $1.5 Million For “All The Money In The World” Reshoots
Marky Mark’s team hasn’t said anything about the story that he got $1.5 million while his co-star Michelle Williams got under $1,000 for reshoots on All The Money In The World. But why should Marky Mark’s team open their mouths to the media when “sources” are out there defending them. Sources are now saying don’t hate the player, hate the game. And yes, I brought out that saying in 2018. I am your cool auntie who loves that hip new rapper Lil’ Bow Wow and still considers her bedazzled Motorola Razr her prized possession. Boo ya!
Marky Mark May Have Made 1,500 Times More Than Michelle Williams For “All The Money In The World” Reshoots
When All The Money In The World director Ridley Scott got scared that Kevin Spacey’s alleged boy molestin’ paws would infect his movie and ruin its chances of being seen outside of a NAMBLA Film Festival event honoring Kevin he recast the role of J. Paul Getty with Christopher Plummer. So because Christopher Plummer replaced Kevin Spacey six weeks before the movie’s release, Ridley had to do code red emergency reshoots. The movie’s actors, including Michelle Williams and Marky Mark, flew to Europe to redo the 22 scenes that Kevin was in. Ridley said in December that he did the reshoots for free, Michelle Williams did it for free and the rest of the cast did it for nothing too. The only ones who got paid were the crew. Well, just call him RidLIE Scott from now on, because he may have lied to all of our faces. That’s the worst thing Ridley’s done since The Counselor (and I say that as someone who loved it thanks to Cameron Diaz fucking a car).
Ridley Scott And Michelle Williams Are More Than OK With Kevin Spacey’s Exit From “All The Money In The World”
In a little less than a month, All the Money in the World will be released in theaters with one huge, allegedly-handsy elephant missing from the room: Kevin Spacey. Director Ridley Scott pulled out the Lestoil and stripped the grime of Kevin Spacey off his film by replacing him as J. Paul Getty in reshoots with Christopher Plummer. It will be released on December 22nd, as scheduled.
Both Ridley and All the Money co-star Michelle Williams recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the reshoots, and it sounds like they’re pretty happy Kevin has nothing to do with it anymore.