Christopher Plummer on replacing Kevin Spacey: “It’s such a shame”

5 days ago | Flickeringmyth

Christopher Plummer has commented on replacing Kevin Spacey for All the Money in the World.

One of the biggest last minute changes in recent movie history has occurred with Spacey being pulled from Ridley Scott’s biopic All the Money in the World in favour of Christopher Plummer.

Spacey was removed from the role, even though the film releases next month, because of a series of disturbing allegations regarding sexual misconduct with minors and co-workers.

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Plummer, who was initially Scott’s first choice for the role, has now commented on the situation which will see him star as J. Paul Getty.

“I think it’s very sad what happened to him. Kevin is such a talented and a terrifically gifted actor, and it’s so sad,” Plummer told Vanity Fair at the premiere of The Man Who Invented Christmas


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All the Money in the World (2017)
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