Mark Wahlberg's Rep told 'All the Money in the World' Financiers He Doesn't Work for Free

Mark Wahlberg's Rep told 'All the Money in the World' Financiers He Doesn't Work for Free January 2018
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Mark Wahlberg had producers of “All the Money in the World” “over a barrel” when he demanded $1.5 million to reshoot scenes from the move last month, and director Ridley Scott is furious he was left in the dark and “hung out to dry” … this according to multiple sources connected to the production.

Our sources tell us the reshoot — triggered by the ousting of Kevin Spacey — went down this way … Michelle Williams was the first actor approached by a producer — not Ridley Scott — and she jumped at the task, saying she’d move mountains to complete the movie. She eventually agreed to do it for pennies … she got $80 a day per diem and that’s it.

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