Hollywood A-lister Kevin Spacey, who is best known for his role as President Frank Underwood on the Netflix drama, “House of Cards,” has reportedly been kicked off the Ridley Scott film, “All the Money in the World,” — two months before the movie’s release.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Christopher Plummer will replace Spacey in the role of billionaire J. Paul Getty.
The drama is about the kidnapping of Getty’s grandson in 1973 and was scheduled for release on Dec 22.
The studio will begin to reshoot scenes featuring Spacey, Deadline Hollywood reported.
The cast and crew, including Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams, agreed to cooperate in the move, Deadline said.
Spacey has been hit with a wave of sexual harassment claims over the past few weeks, including one this week in which a young adult man claims Spacey put his hand down the man’s pants and grabbed his private parts without warning or permission.
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