MARK Wahlberg has agreed to donate his more than one million pound fee for the All The Money In The World re-shoots to the Time's Up campaign.
The actor faced a furious backlash after it was revealed he had earned a $1.5 million (£1.1m) for the re-shoots required after
Mark Wahlberg has announced that he will donate $1.5 million (around £1 million) – his controversial reshoot fee for All the Money in the World – to the Time's Up movement.
The movie underwent an unusual and unprecedented set of reshoots when, after it had been completely shot and
Mark Wahlberg found himself at the center of a burgeoning controversy when it was reported he received 1,500 times more money than his All the Money in the World costar Michelle Williams for the film’s reshoots. Now, the actor is trying to make amends.
Mark Wahlberg and his agency, William
After it was reported that Mark Wahlberg had made a significant profit from reshooting All the Money in the World in the wake of Kevin Spacey being cut out of the movie, some people certainly had an opinion or two.
And Olivia Munn – who hosted last night's (January
In the wake of reports that Mark Wahlberg was paid as much as 1,500 times more money than Michelle Williams to reshoot the kidnapping drama All the Money in the World without Kevin Spacey, USA Today has reported that Wahlberg refused to approve Christopher Plummer as Spacey’s replacement unless Wahlberg
During Thursday’s Critics’ Choice Awards, host Olivia Munn made a toast to “all the good guys in Hollywood,” which included a dig at Mark Wahlberg’s reported salary for the All the Money in the World reshoots.
Among those that Munn and Niecy Nash raised a glass to were “that
The American Screen Actors' Guild (SAG) has responded to reports of a disparity in pay between Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams during the All the Money in the World reshoots.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Wahlberg had profited $1.5 million from filming the All the Money in
Ridley Scott and all of those involved with All the Money in the World have been praised for their swift and shocking move to recast and reshoot with Christopher Plummer only six weeks before the film’s release. Yet, a new report that Mark Wahlberg was paid 1500 times
Michelle Williams was paid less than a fraction of a percent of the fee her costar in All the Money in the World, Mark Wahlberg, earned for reshoots on the movie, according to a new report by USA Today's Andrea Mandell. The nearly completed film underwent an overhaul
Mark Wahlberg had us fanning ourselves as he hit the beach in Barbados on Monday. The 46-year-old actor showed off his buff shirtless body while taking a dip in the ocean, and steamed up the sand in his printed swim trunks. Mark is currently enjoying the Caribbean with
Mark Wahlberg is currently enjoying some quality time with his family during their annual trip to Barbados. On Thursday, the actor showed off his chiseled abs when he hit the beach with his wife, Rhea Durham, and the two showed some steamy PDA while out in the water.
MARK Wahlberg looks very much the action dad as well as movie star as he hangs out topless on the beach during a family break in Barbados.
The Hollywood hunk, 46, showed off a buff bod as he hopped in the sea for a swim in turquoise pattered swimming
Ten months have passed since Mark Wahlberg’s beloved Patriots hoisted their fifth Lombardi Trophy, staging one of the greatest comebacks in sports history at Super Bowl LI. The celebrity die-hard missed the storybook ending and caught serious flak from those doubting his New England fandom. He later blamed the
Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg did reshoots for Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World for free.
The movie had originally featured Kevin Spacey as John Paul Getty, but after sexual misconduct allegations, Scott decided to replace Spacey with Christopher Plummer even though the movie had already wrapped.
— Mark Wahlberg (@mark_wahlberg) December 19, 2017
Mark Wahlberg made fans extra jolly when he shared his family holiday card on Tuesday night. In the photo uploaded to his Twitter account, the 46-year-old Transformers: The Last Knight actor posed next to his four children — Ella, Brendan, Michael, and
The first look at Christopher Plummer as J Paul Getty in All the Money in the World has arrived.
Plummer replaced Kevin Spacey in the completed production just weeks before its planned release date, following allegations of sexual misconduct against the House of Cards star.
The new trailer arrives following
The Hollywood actor let slip his body secret on Good Morning Britain during a cheeky quiz
MARK Wahlberg left his Daddy's Home 2 co-star Will Ferrell lost for words after he revealed he has a THIRD NIPPLE on today's Good Morning Britain.
The Hollywood hunk sheepishly admitted his body secret
The actor revealed his inner mummy's boy as he checked in with her while working in London
MARK Wahlberg may be a Hollywood hard man but he's revealed he's a mummy's boy at heart.
The Transformers actor is currently in London promoting his latest movie Daddy's Home 2.
Thor: Ragnarok has once again stormed its way to the top of the US Box Office, beating out several high profile new entries.
The Marvel movie made $56.6 million in its second week of release in the US, beating out all-star newcomers Daddy's Home 2 and Murder on the
Forbes has now revealed the highest-paid actor over the past 12 months, and it'll be no surprise to learn the gender pay gap still exists.
Emma Stone overtook Jennifer Lawrence as the highest-paid actress with a haul of $26 million from June 1, 2016 to June 1, 2017, according
Despite being completely panned by critics, Transformers: The Last Knight has taken the top spot at the US box office on its first five days out.
But, before you go celebrating, it didn't get anywhere near 2014's Transformers: Age of Extinction opening weekend total.
The film took $69.1 million –
We hate to be the bearer of bad news (or good news, we're not judging), but Transformers: The Last Knight might not actually be Michael Bay's last film in the series at all.
Just when you thought you were safe from all the Bayhem, Mark Wahlberg – who definitely
Mark Wahlberg has reprised his role in the Transformers film [Wenn]
But while Mark Wahlberg and Josh Duhamel have reprised their roles in the Michael Bay flicks, there is one star who is notably absent.
Tyrese Gibson, who starred as Robert Epps in the first three movies, did not return to film
It appears as if Mark Wahlberg is ruling out coming back for the sequel to Transformers: The Last Knight.
Wahlberg helped reinvent the franchise after the departure of original cast members Megan Fox and Shia LaBeouf, and reprises his role as tough guy inventor Cade Yeager for the latest
If Will Ferrell thought he had problems with Mark Wahlberg in Daddy's Home, we can only imagine the agony awaiting him in the sequel.
The first trailer for Daddy's Home 2 promises some merry mayhem ahead of its arrival this festive season, as Brad Whitaker (Ferrell) and Dusty Mayron