Wahlberg later donated the entire amount to the Time’s Up movement and, now in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, said it was the “right thing” to do. Related News
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After Mark Wahlberg’s decision to donate the money, Michelle Williams had issued a statement, saying she was happy that “the most powerful men in charge” listened and made an effort to bridge the pay gap. “It’s not me who decides who gets paid what. “It was like, you know what, we’ll donate that and they need the rest of the money that I got paid to do it too, because I, like everybody else, did the movie to make the movie with Ridley Scott. Your value’s based on what the marketplace dictates, and with that particular situation, it was very awkward,” Wahlberg said. The 46-year-old actor insisted that in the first he had taken a “substantial pay cut” to appear in the film.