When Michelle Williams attended Sunday’s Golden Globes with Tarana Burke, the activist behind “Me Too,” the actress adeptly turned the focus of red-carpet interviews back on the message she and other celebrity-activists pairs wanted to bolster: It’s finally time to end sexual harassment and assault in all industries.
It was a resonant statement for Williams, who was up for a best actress Golden Globe for “All the Money in the World,” which she had initially filmed with Kevin Spacey. After allegations of sexual misconduct against Spacey came to light, director Ridley Scott replaced the embattled actor with Christopher Plummer, and got the cast back together again to reshoot pivotal scenes.
But it turns out Williams, billed as the lead actress, got paid way less for reshoots than a supporting actor: Mark Wahlberg. As The Washington Post’s Steven Zeitchik reported in November, Wahlberg got paid millions for about 10 days of work….