Michelle Williams Responds To Mark Wahlberg's ‘Time's Up' Donation
One year ago - By Scary Mommy
Michelle Williams wins all the awards today.
A very icky Hollywood salary discrepancy situation has been solved in the most graceful, proactive way possible. Mark Wahlberg, who was paid $1.5 million for film reshoots , while his co-star Michelle Williams was paid $1,000, donated his salary to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund, following a week of bad press. And Michelle Williams couldn't have written a more gracious response in return.
“Today isn't about me,” she said in a statement to USA TODAY. “My fellow actresses stood by me and stood up for me, my activist friends taught me to use my...
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