Hollywood turns on Kevin Spacey: Disgraced actor is axed from Ridley Scott’s new $40 million blockbuster just SIX WEEKS before release as director orders reshoot with new star as J. Paul Getty

Thursday, November 9, 2017
By Paul Martin

The actor, 58, has been written out of the film in a bold move by director Ridley Scott in the wake of multiple sexual assault allegations
The cast and crew have all agreed to re-shoot Spacey’s scenes, and are said to be ‘determined’ to stick to the December 22 release date
Sources close to the production claim the re-shoots are starting immediately, with Christopher Plummer, 87, taking on the role of late oil tycoon J. Paul Getty
Director Scott ‘made the decision unilaterally and only notified Sony of his decision on late Wednesday afternoon’, it isreported
The move comes after the movie was pulled from the prestigious closing night slot of the AFI Festival this month, and had its awards campaign halted

DAILYMAIL.COM
9 November 2017

Kevin Spacey has been replaced by Christopher Plummer in All The Money In The World, just six weeks before the big-budget movie’s release date.

The actor, 58, has been written out of the film in a bold move by director Ridley Scott in the wake of multiple sexual assault allegations.

The cast and crew have all agreed to re-shoot Spacey’s scenes, and are said to be ‘determined’ to stick to the December 22 release date, Deadline reports.

Sources close to the production claim the re-shoots are commencing immediately, with Plummer, 87, taking on the role of late oil tycoon J. Paul Getty.

Getty refused to pay $17million in ransom money when his 16-year-old grandson, John Paul Getty III, was kidnapped in 1973, even though he was the richest man in the world at the time.

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