In the wake of fresh allegations of sexual harassment, Kevin Spacey has been replaced by Christopher Plummer in Ridley Scott's upcoming film about oil magnate J Paul Getty, just a month before its release. That means Plummer must begin reshoots immediately. Scott is also determined to keep the film's December 22 release date, The Guardian reported. Variety adds that reshoots will take place over the next two weeks and Wahlberg and Williams are expected to be involved (let's hope their wigs are better than the one Kate Mara wore in the Fantastic Four reshoots).
Ridley Scott's decision to remove Spacey from the movie has gone down well with film fans on Twitter...
Christopher Plummer is set to replace Spacey in the role of J Paul Getty, with reshoots of key scenes expected to start immediately to keep the film's December 22 U.S. release date.
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The 58-year-old actor was recently faced with allegations of sexual assault from Heather Unrah, who in a press conference claimed Spacey grabbed her 18-year-old son's genitals inside a bar on Nantucket Island.
Based on a true story, All the Money in the World details the harrowing 1973 kidnapping of J. Paul Getty's 16-year-old grandson, J. Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer, no relation), and Getty's refusal to comply with the kidnappers' demands.
The film was recently pulled from the AFI Fest due to the news revolving around Spacey, but the studio was standing by releasing the film on its original date.
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This latest development comes after Netflix axed Spacey's hit show House Of Cards. The family chose to come forward, she said, after others went public with allegations of sexual misconduct against Spacey and other celebrities.
He apologized on October 30 to actor Anthony Rapp, the first person to accuse Spacey of sexual assault.
Spacey is now off getting "treatment" probably the same place Weinstein is, probably watching his career go up in flames all around him.
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