According to The Hollywood Reporter, made nearly 10 times more than her, securing a $5 million paycheck for his work on "All the Money in the World," while Williams only made $625,000. The duo had almost the same amount of screen time, but it's William's work that is being pushed for all of the awards this season. The actress was previously nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in the Getty biopic and has been nominated for two more Oscars than Wahlberg.
The new pay disparity revelation comes after it was reported the 37-year-old actress made less than $1,000 for her "All the Money in the World" reshoots when Scott had to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer amid the "House of Card" star's sexual misconduct allegations. Meanwhile, Wahlberg received $1.5 million for his reshoots.
USA Today reported, "Wahlberg's team actually negotiated a hefty fee, with the actor paid $1.5 million for his reshoots. Williams wasn't told." Scott, previously told the publication that he and Michelle did the shoot basically for free, only collecting a daily $80 per diem during the 10-day shoot.
Even more puzzling: Both of the actors are represented by the same talent agency, William Morris Endeavor.
Since then, Wahlberg made the decision to donate his reshoot paycheck to the Times Up Legal Defense Fund in his co-star's name. WME echoed Wahlberg's actions and donated an additional $500,000 to the Fund.