Magazine article Screen International

Christopher Plummer Earns Golden Globe Nod after Replacing Kevin Spacey

Magazine article Screen International

Christopher Plummer Earns Golden Globe Nod after Replacing Kevin Spacey

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Actor stepped in at the last minute on All The Money In The World.

Christopher Plummer and Kevin Spacey in ‘All The Money In The World’

Christopher Plummer earned a best supporting actor Golden Globe nomination for his work on Ridley Scott’s All The Money In The World after replacing Kevin Spacey at the last minute.

Just 33 days ago on November 8, director Ridley Scott announced that he would take the extradordinary step of completely reshooting all of Spacey’s scenes after the actor was hit with multiple sexual misconduct claims.

Plummer replaced him in the role of industrialist J Paul Getty (he was always ‘on the list’ for the part) and luckily his new cast members were available for last-minute reshoots, according to an interview Scott gave to Entertainment Weekly.

It is understood Spacey did no more than 10 days’ work on the film and wore heavy make-up in character as the oil magnate, who refuses to buckle when his grandson is abducted by the Italian Mob. …

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