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UPDATE: Mark Wahlberg Donating 'All the Money' Reshoots Paycheck to #TimesUp Legal Fund

UPDATE: Mark Wahlberg Donating 'All the Money' Reshoots Paycheck to #TimesUp Legal Fund
From Slashfilm - January 13, 2018

UPDATE: The controversy behind this pay discrepancy has come to an end with Mark Wahlberg doing the right thing. Read the full update at the end of our story.

As the pay gap debate continues to gain steam in the wake of news that Michelle Williams was paid less than 1% of Mark Wahlbergs paycheck for theAll the Money in the World reshoots, more details emerge about Wahlbergs deal over his fee.

Wahlberg reportedlywithheld approval of Christopher Plummer as the replacement for Kevin Spacey to get his $1.5 million fee, refusing tosign off on thecastingunless he received additional payment. It lookslikethe only thing it would take to get Marky Mark to take time out of his busy pants-dropping schedule is some good old-fashioned co-star leveraging.

Insider sources told USA TodaythatWahlberg had co-star approval in his contract, allowing Wahlbergs lawyer to formally veto Plummers casting unless his demands for additional paywere met.

What he said was, Iwill not approve Christopher Plummer unless you pay me. And thats how he (expletive)them,a source close to the situation told USA Today.

Neither Wahlbergs entourage nor his talent agency, William Morris Endeavor, which negotiated his and Michelle Williams contract, provided a commenton these new details.

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