Mark Wahlberg Refused to Approve Kevin Spacey's Replacement Unless He Got Paid

Mark Wahlberg Refused to Approve Kevin Spacey's Replacement Unless He Got Paid

Mark Wahlberg Refused to Approve Kevin Spacey's Replacement Unless He Got Paid

Director Ridley's Scott made the last-minute decision to reshoot scenes of his crime-thriller just months before the release date, following allegations that his former star, Kevin Spacey, sexually harassed young boys.

The new report comes after a different report from Tuesday, January 9, said that Wahlberg was paid significantly more than his costar Michelle Williams for the reshoots of their film about the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III.

Another insider claims the actor's lawyer formally vetoed Plummer in a letter to financiers until his demands for payment had been met.

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"Because all of them, everyone did it for nothing", he told USA Today, revealing that all actors "came in for free" except Plummer who "had to get paid".

A representative for Mark Wahlberg has been contacted for comment. According to TMZ's report, the Transformers alum also agreed to redo the scenes with Williams and Spacey's replacement, Christopher Plummer, but he and Scott did not discuss his compensation at the time.

Before the reports of Wahlberg's salary got out, Williams said the following of All the Money in the World reshoots to USA Today: "I said I'd be wherever they needed me, whenever they needed me".

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Williams and Plummer were both nominated for Golden Globes for their performances, and are presumed shoe-ins for Oscar nominations.

However the reported Wahlberg's reshoot fee in November and noted he, "along with manager Stephen Levinson and agency WME, have a reputation in Hollywood for driving a tough bargain".

While Wahlberg reportedly played hardball with the movie's producers about the reshoots, Williams told USA Today that she appreciated the effort to make the changes to the movie so it would not be tainted by Spacey.

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And while it was previously said the 46-year-old didn't have reshoots written into his contract so he had more room to negotiate, it's been spilled that he and Michelle both did! He added: "They all came in free".

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