Ridley Scott And Michelle Williams Are More Than OK With Kevin Spacey’s Exit From “All The Money In The World”
In a little less than a month, All the Money in the World will be released in theaters with one huge, allegedly-handsy elephant missing from the room: Kevin Spacey. Director Ridley Scott pulled out the Lestoil and stripped the grime of Kevin Spacey off his film by replacing him as J. Paul Getty in reshoots with Christopher Plummer. It will be released on December 22nd, as scheduled.
Both Ridley and All the Money co-star Michelle Williams recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the reshoots, and it sounds like they’re pretty happy Kevin has nothing to do with it anymore.
Nobody wants anything to do with Kevin Spacey right now. There’s no end to the allegations that he’s an extra-large creep. Netflix is done with him, both with House of Cards and a planned Gore Vidal biopic, as are his agent and publicist.
Kevin was in a movie called All The Money In The World that’s set to come out this December. Ridley Scott directed it and Kevin plays J. Paul Getty. The movie is done and all ready for release, but Ridley and the studio have decided to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer. You know you’re damaged goods when people are willing to pull expensive all-nighters to erase you from a project.