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Entertainment Wahlberg donates reshoots pay to Time's Up

11:28  14 january  2018
11:28  14 january  2018 Source:   news.sky.com

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Mark Wahlberg will donate the .5m (£1m) he made for reshoots of Ridley Scott's All The Money In The World to the anti-sexual harassment campaign Time ' s Up . "I 100% support the fight for fair pay and I'm donating the .5m to the Time ' s Up Legal Defence Fund in Michelle Williams' name."

“Over the last few days my reshoot fee for ‘All the Money in the World’ has become an important topic of conversation,” Mr. Wahlberg said in a statement. “I 100% support the fight for fair pay and I’m donating the .5M to the Time ’ s Up Legal Defense Fund in Michelle Williams’ name.”

 

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Mark Wahlberg will donate the $1.5m (£1m) he made for reshoots of Ridley Scott's All The Money In The World to the anti-sexual harassment campaign Time's Up. 

The actor decided to donate his pay after reports emerged that co-star Michelle Williams had been paid less than $1,000 (£728) for the same reshoots, which were called after director Scott decided to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against the House Of Cards star.

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"I 100% support the fight for fair pay and I'm donating the .5M to the Time ' s Up Legal Defense Fund in Michelle Williams' name." Wahlberg , left, was paid .5 million US for 10 days of reshoots , while Williams was reportedly paid less than ,000 for the same work.

Mark Wahlberg announced Saturday that he would donate .5 million – his salary for All the Money in the World reshoots – to Time ’ s Up . The actor’s donation comes following reports that Wahlberg ’s co-star Michelle Williams was only paid a per diem of approximately ,000 a day

Mark Wahlberg © Getty Mark Wahlberg

Plummer and Williams were nominated for Golden Globes for their performances.

Wahlberg said: "Over the last few days my re-shoot fee for All the Money in the World has become an important topic of conversation.

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"I 100% support the fight for fair pay and I'm donating the $1.5m to the Time's Up Legal Defence Fund in Michelle Williams' name."

His donation was welcomed by other Hollywood figures on social media, with Mark Ruffalo hailing it as a "classy and admirable move" and Eva Longoria tweeting: "Yes yes yes! Thank you @mark_wahlberg for not only supporting @TIMESUPNW but supporting fair pay for women!"

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - DECEMBER 18: Mark Wahlberg (L) and Michelle Williams attend the premiere of Sony Pictures Entertainment's © Getty BEVERLY HILLS, CA - DECEMBER 18: Mark Wahlberg (L) and Michelle Williams attend the premiere of Sony Pictures Entertainment's "All The Money In The World" at Samuel Goldwyn Theater on December 18, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Another $500,000 (£364,000) will be donated to Time's Up by talent agency William Morris Endeavor, which represents Williams and Wahlberg.

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New York — Following an outcry over a significant disparity in pay between co-stars, Mark Wahlberg agreed Saturday to donate the .5 million he earned for

Actor Mark Wahlberg has donated .5m (£1m) to the Time ' s Up legal defence fund. The move comes after it emerged that he was paid the sum to reshoot scenes for the film All The Money in the World.

"We are committed to being part of the solution," it said in a statement.

Time's Up was launched by hundreds of leading Hollywood women on New Year's Day to address "the systemic inequality and injustice in the workplace that have kept underrepresented groups from reaching their full potential".

Michelle Williams © Getty Michelle Williams

It also aims to generate a fund to provide legal support to people who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace.

It followed the #MeToo movement, which encouraged victims to speak out in the wake of the Weinstein scandal - and took the 75th annual Golden Globes awards ceremony by storm last week. 

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