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Christopher Plummer Has Already Replaced Kevin Spacey in New 'All the Money in the World' Trailer

[unable to retrieve full-text content] That was quick! Christopher Plummer made his debut as J. Paul Getty in a new trailer for All the Money in the World which aired on Tuesday night during the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The spot was surprising, since the 87-year-old screen legend had just been spotted filming his first scenes for the biopic earlier this week. ...

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Christopher Plummer Opens Up About Taking Over Kevin Spacey's Role in 'All the Money in the World' (Exclusive)

Despite the cost of reshoots and the time it will take, Scott has been outspoken about wanting to have the film ready for its initial release date of Dec. 22. “Yeah, it’s quite a push,” Plummer said of the reshoot schedule, adding that they plan to start shooting next Monday. While fans wait to see the how the storied thespian ...

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Kevin Spacey Will Be Cut Out of New J. Paul Getty Biopic, Replaced by Christopher Plummer

All the Money in the World tells the real-life story of the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III (played by Charlie Plummer), by an organized crime syndicate, and his billionaire grandfather’s cold and controversial refusal to pay his ransom. Getty III’s mother Gail (Michelle Williams) desperately tries to convince the elderly business magnate to help provide the money, and teams up ...

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Kevin Spacey to be replaced by Christopher Plummer in Ridley Scott's 'All the Money in the World'

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Liaisons, yes. Dangerous, not so much: Antaeus revives Christopher Hampton's tale of sexual conquest

Wherever these wealthy, mannered characters’ tale is set, we find their outfits extreme, their rooms overdecorated, their customs stuffy and their morals appalling — but we have no problem understanding their desires and weaknesses. Selfish, venal, ignoble, vengeful as they may be, we’ve been there too. For all its cynicism, the play is somehow consoling, reminding us that the pressures ...

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