After being accused of sexual assault and misconduct by several men, Kevin Spacey has been removed from his latest film and replaced with Christopher Plummer. The movie, All The Money in the World, directed by Ridley Scott, has already finished filming and is set for a December 22nd release, which has left many wondering how the replacement will be taking place.
Re-shoots for the movie are currently in the works, as Scott’s representatives have confirmed to Vanity Fair. Spacey, who plays oil tycoon J. Paul Getty who refuses to pay a ransom for his kidnapped grandson, only worked on the film for 8-10 days. The rest of the cast and crew, including Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams, have also agreed to the re-shoots in the wakes of Spacey’s latest controversies.