The Daily Trend: Michelle Williams, James Franco and Lindy Layman

The Daily Trend


Michelle Williams Paid Less Than 1% Compared to Male Co-Star

 (Photo: Claudio Iannone)

Mark Wahlberg was reportedly paid $1.5 million dollars to re shoot his scenes in 'All The Money in the World' while his female co-star was paid an $80/day per diem, which totals to less than $1,000. 


This means she was paid less than 1% of what her male co-star was paid. 


The re shoot was called for after actor Kevin Spacey was accused of multiple accounts of sexual misconduct. 


'All The Money in the World' is in theaters now. No comment from either party or their teams have been made.


James Franco Responds to Twitter Allegations

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James Franco appeared on The Tonight Show with Stephen Colbert last night where he addressed the allegations that were made against him following his Golden Globe appearance. 


Franco said that,  he hasn't seen them, but  he has heard about them. He also told Colbert that, "Okay, first of all, I have no idea what I did to Ally Sheedy, I directed her in a play off-Broadway. I had nothing but a great time with her – total respect for her. I have no idea why she was upset. She took the tweet down. I don’t know.”


While Sheedy's tweets were vague, others took to twitter to accuse, in detail.


Texas Women Facing Life In Prison

 (Michael Ciaglo/Houston Chronicle via Associated Press)

Dallas, TX woman, Lindy Layman, is facing charges of criminal mischief after a date with Houston attorney Tony Buzbee. The level of her charges is due to the dollar amount in damages that were caused. 


Prosecutors said Buzbee stated that Layman became intoxicated and belligerent when she shattered two $20,000 sculptures and poured wine on multiple paintings, including two Warhol paintings that were valued at $500,000 each. 


Lindy Layman, 29 years old, is out on a $30,000 bond.



 (Michael Ciaglo/Houston Chronicle via Associated Press)

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