Kevin Spacey axed in latest film as allegations continue

Posted November 10, 2017

The reshoots, as you might expect, will begin immediately, since the film's release date is December 22. More on the All The Money In The World Kevin Spacey exit below. Imperative Entertainment financed the film, and Friedkin and Thomas produced along with Scott Free's Scott and Kevin J. Walsh, Quentin Curtis and Chris Clark.

They've also confirmed that another Spacey project, a Gore Vidal biopic, will not be released.

"All the Money in the World" relives the events surrounding the kidnapping of John Paul Getty's 16-year old grandson and the boy's mother's effort to convince the billionaire to pay the ransom, which he didn't.

All of Spacey's scenes, which only featured him, will now have to be reshot, although co-stars Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams are also expected to return for re-shoots.

Deadline Hollywood first reported the news.

The two-time Oscar victor Kevin Spacey will be replaced by Christopher Plummer in the upcoming movie about oil magnate John Paul Getty.

The decision to erase Spacey comes after a string of allegations about the actor's predatory sexual behaviour. Unruh held a press conference, explaining her son was 18 years old when Spacey allegedly his genitals.

The decision follows more sexual misconduct allegations against the Oscar-winner from a woman who says he touched her 18-year-old son in MA last year. Spacey announced he was gay in a statement apologizing to Rapp, while claiming he did not remember the alleged incident. Over the past two weeks as allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault have mounted, Spacey has been fired from "House of Cards", denied an Emmy award, and dumped by his agent and publicist.

"But if I did behave then as he describes, I owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behaviour, and I am sorry for the feelings he describes having carried with him all these years".