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A rising number of celebrities are joining the chorus about gender inequality in Hollywood. It follows reports that actress Michelle Williams was paid $80 per day to reshoot scenes for the movie "All the Money in the World." Her co-star Mark Wahlberg received a reported $1.5 million. Bianna Golodryga reports.
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