Wow, Looks Like Mark Wahlberg is a Pretty Slippery Snake

Mark Wahlberg

Wow, Looks Like Mark Wahlberg is a Pretty Slippery Snake

It was depressing enough that most of the film's cast and crew worked for nothing during Thanksgiving week because former star Kevin Spacey assaulted and harassed many, many young boys (Michelle Williams took $80 per diem), but Wahlberg's greedy stand-off is beyond reprehensible.

Select scenes were revisited after Christopher Plummer was brought on to replace Kevin Spacey in the role of billionaire J. Paul Getty, who was removed from the film by director Ridley Scott after the allegations against the actor. The publication cites two unnamed sources who were familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly about it.

According to these sources, "What he said was, 'I will not approve Christopher Plummer unless you pay me.' And that's how he (expletive) them".

Another source told USA Today that Wahlberg's lawyer "formally vetoed the Oscar victor [Plummer] in a letter to financiers until his demand for additional payment was met".

Neither reps for the actors involved, WME nor Wahlberg's lawyer have commented as of yet. I said, 'Will you come back [and reshoot]?' They said, 'Absolutely.' I said, 'For how much?' They said, 'For free.' Everyone came back for nothing.

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This means that the single mother traveled to Italy in late November for a last-second reshoot while being paid 0.05 per cent what her male co-star was making for his work.

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! "They all came in for free".

'Everyone did it for nothing, ' he told USA Today. "I wouldn't get paid, I refused to get paid".

Burke said the solidarity and the support behind Time's Up and #MeToo is something we've never seen before and that she's grateful to the actresses sharing their platforms to turn the spotlight back on survivors rather than perpetrators. "I wonder if the studio or Wahlberg will do something to make the situation less insane", he wrote.

When asked about working with Plummer in the film after Spacey was accused of sexual misconduct, Williams says she was "not talking about that".

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