• Mark Wahlberg to donate $1.5 million salary to anti-sexual harassment group TimesUp

    11 monthes ago - By The Washington Post

    On Saturday, Mark Wahlberg announced via Twitter that he will donate the $1.5 million salary he earned reshooting scenes from “All the Money in the World,” a drama based on the 1973 kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, to the Times Up Legal Defense Fund. Walberg became the center of controversy when it was revealed...
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  • Mark Wahlberg and WME to donate $2 million to Time's Up after pay-discrepancy controvery

    Mark Wahlberg and WME to donate $2 million to Time's Up after pay-discrepancy controvery

    11 monthes ago - By LA Times

    In the wake of a controversy sparked by reports that Mark Wahlberg earned roughly $1.5 million for reshoots on the set of “All the Money in the World” while costar Michelle Williams was paid only a fraction of that amount, Wahlberg and the agency that represents him, William Morris Endeavor, announced...
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  • Mark Wahlberg to donate $1.5 million salary to anti-sexual harassment group TimesUp

    11 monthes ago - By The Washington Post

    Actor seeks to rectify dramatic pay gap
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  • Mark Wahlberg donates $1.5 salary to anti-sexual harassment group TimesUp

    11 monthes ago - By The Washington Post

    Walberg became the center of controversy when it was revealed that his co-star, Michelle Williams, earned only $1,000 for reshooting scenes for “All the Money in the World".
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