Mark Wahlberg refused to approve the casting of Christopher Plummer in All The Money In The World unless he was paid more than $1 million for the movie's reshoots, according to reports.
Williams reportedly made just $80 a day compared to Wahlberg who earned millions to reshoot the movie with Christopher Plummer.
Star Mark Wahlberg calls the entire process "a whirlwind," and Michelle Williams, who also embraced the decision, says that "it's a remarkable time in history."
The actor reshot scenes for the film in the last few weeks after Sir Ridley Scott chose to cut out Spacey.
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Sir Ridley Scott discusses the progress on the reshoots with Christopher Plummer, who replaced Kevin Spacey.
Plummer is replacing Spacey as J. Paul Getty in Ridley Scott's upcoming drama "All the Money in the World," which is still targeting a December 22 release.
Ridley Scott’s decision to fire embattled actor Kevin Spacey and replace him with Christopher Plummer comes at a financial risk.
On Wednesday, director Ridley Scott announced a plan that is virtually unprecedented in the history of Hollywood: With his new film “All the Money in the World” already in the can and less than two weeks from its planned world premiere, he will recast Kevin Spacey’s role (as deep-pocketed oil tycoon J. Paul Getty) and […]
Kevin Spacey is being replaced in the new Ridley Scott movie 'All The Money In The World', less than two months before its slated release date.