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AFI Fest has selected Jessica Chastain’s “Molly’s Game” to replace Kevin Spacey’s “All the Money in the World” as the closing film for the festival on Nov. 16 at the TCL Chinese Theatre. “Molly’s Game” is Aaron Sorkin’s directorial The guy replacing Kevin Spacey in a movie that's supposed to be released in about a month is surprisingly at ease about pulling off an unprecedented cinematic move. From the way Chris responds, it doesn't sound like he has any qualms about taking the gig Christopher Plummer has spoken out about taking over Kevin Spacey's role in the completed production of All the Money in the World, after allegations of cantikual misconduct were made against Spacey. In an unprecedented move, director Ridley Scott recast But wait, it doesn't end there. On top of Christopher Plummer being brought on to All the Money in the World, Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg are also returning for the reshoots. Both actors previously had two weeks of reshoots scheduled as per their Ridley Scott’s decision to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in “All the Money in the World” won’t be cheap. Variety reports that the unprecedented move, which came in reaction to numerous accusations of cantikual misconduct being made The decision made by director Ridley Scott, Imperative Entertainment, and Sony Pictures to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in the upcoming All the Money in the World was an admirable one, but it’ll come at a hefty price tag. Following .

A couple of days ago it was announced that director Ridley Scott has decided to cut Kevin Spacey from his new film All the Money in the World, and will be reshooting all of the Oscar winner’s scenes to replace him with Christopher Plummer. The move is Sony is removing Kevin Spacey from All the Money in the World and will reshoot his scenes immediately with Christopher Plummer in the role of J. Paul Getty. Earlier this year, Sony looked like they had an Oscar hopeful on their hands with Ridley Scott’s Christopher Plummer has opened up about replacing Kevin Spacey in All The Money In The World, while also calling the cantikual misconduct accusations against the actor “so sad.” I attended the premiere for “The Man Who Invented Christmas,” which also The former Kev‌in Spacey film “All the Money in the World” has been replaced by Aaron Sorkin’s “Molly’s Game” in the closing-night slot of the AFI Fest. “MOLLY’S GAME will be the Closing Night Gala for AFI Fest and screen along with a .

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