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Report: Wahlberg Demanded $1.5M to Approve Reshoot

Director felt 'betrayed and angry,' sources say

(Newser) - The massive pay gap between co-stars for the All the Money in the World reshoot came after Mark Wahlberg and his agent played hardball with producers, telling them they could either cough up $1.5 million or keep Kevin Spacey in the movie, insiders say. Sources tell USA Today that... More »

Report: Williams Got 0.07% of Male Co-Star's Pay for Reshoot

She's said to have made less than $1K for 'All the Money in the World' redo

(Newser) - The biggest controversy surrounding Ridley Scott's latest movie used to be the replacement of disgraced actor Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer. Now, new commotion surrounding All the Money in the World, with USA Today reporting a good portion of the money in the reshoot budget went to Mark Wahlberg,... More »

Ridley Scott on Airing Spacey Footage: 'Over My Dead Body'

Says he hasn't heard a peep from the actor since he decided to cut him from film

(Newser) - Director Ridley Scott says he hasn't heard from Kevin Spacey since the decision was made to cut the actor from All the Money in the World. "I don't know where he is," Scott said in a recent interview. "He's gone down underground." All ... More »

10 Actors Who Trashed Their Own Projects

Angus T. Jones isn't the first

(Newser) - Shocked when Angus T. Jones called his own show , Two and a Half Men, "filth"? Well, don't be: It's not all that rare for someone in Hollywood to trash his or her own project. Celebuzz rounds up nine more who did the same:
  • Katherine Heigl: First
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Best Picture Goes to The Artist

Meryl Streep, Jean Dujardin take home best actor awards

(Newser) - And the Oscar goes to:
  • The Artist wins for Best Motion Picture.
  • Meryl Streep wins Best Actress for Iron Lady, her third Oscar (and 17th nomination).
  • Jean Dujardin wins Best Actor for The Artist. "I love your country!" he begins. "Merci beaucoup, I love you!" he
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Director May Save Ledger's Last Film

Actor had pneumonia, took sleeping pills on set, co-star confirms

(Newser) - Heath Ledger's last unfinished film may live on thanks to the magic of CGI, People reports. The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus was partly about sorcery, so Ledger's character could morph into someone else using computer wizardry, co-star Christopher Plummer said. He added that director Terry Gilliam is "throwing himself... More »

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