Oscar contender All the Money in the World has had a ton of drama associated with it. Following the myriad allegations made against Kevin Spacey, director Ridley Scott decided to do extensive reshoots in order to cut Spacey from his role as J. Paul Getty. Christopher Plummer was cast, and the actors returned to set to reshoot his scenes. But when it was reported that actor Mark Wahlberg was paid $1.5 million to Michelle Williams' $1,000 per diem, the outcry was defeaning. While an official reason was provided, some fans were disappointed that Wahlberg profited from the reshoots. Now it looks like he's trying to mend some fences, as he's donated the entirety of his $1.5 to the #TimesUp legal fund.