Kevin Spacey's role in an upcoming movie has been recast
Accusations against the actor continue to pour out.
Kevin Spacey has been re-cast in a movie that was due to be released in just a few weeks.
The actor had finished filming for the movie All the Money in the World which was due to be released on December 22, however, the producers have now decided to re-cast the role and begin filming with the new actor immediately.
Academy Award-winner Christopher Plummer has been cast to play Spacey’s role of J. Paul Getty whose grandson was infamously kidnapped in 1973.
Sony was informed of the decision to re-cast and re-shoot yesterday by Director Ridley Scott, with the filming of the new scenes starting immediately.
Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg are also starring in the film and were reportedly a part of a ‘unified front’ in their agreement to have Spacey’s role reshot.
The House of Cards actor’s ousting comes amid increasing allegations of sexual harassment and assault throughout his career.
The release date for All the Money in the World will remain the same with audiences having the opportunity to see the film from December 22.