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Kevin Spacey’s ‘All the Money in the World’ Oscar Push Axed (EXCLUSIVE)
I don't know if I'll be able to watch this anymore, as much as I love Michelle I don't want to support Spacey and to a lesser extent Wahlberg
All the Money in the World is a superb film and more than worthy of its place of honor in the AFI Fest,” TriStar Pictures said just now. “But given the current allegations surrounding one of its actors and out of respect for those impacted, it would be inappropriate to celebrate at a gala at this difficult time. Accordingly, the film will be withdrawn.
“However, a film is not the work of one person. There are over 800 other actors, writers, artists, craftspeople and crew who worked tirelessly and ethically on this film, some for years, including one of cinema’s master directors. It would be a gross injustice to punish all of them for the wrongdoings of one supporting actor in the film. Accordingly, the film will open wide as planned on December 22.”
That is insane. I really don't see how they could reshoot all his scenes and still release in a month. Wasn't Spacey a big part of the movie?
Apparently he only shot on the movie for ten days and isn't in any scenes with the other big stars. They could probably honestly do this and still hit their release date.
It's insane that they're able to just cut him out of it completely and keep the release date. Looking forward to seeing this
If Ridley pulls this off they should just create a special Oscar for him
God, this is so interesting lol. I give Scott a lot of shit, but if he pulled this off, I'll be impressed.
I'm bitter that my theater is getting this instead of Phantom Thread but I'm still interested
This is officially the greatest story ever
Interesting tidbits on IMDb about the reshoot. In all, Plummer had to shoot 22 scenes and Wahlburg had to be called back for a reshoot, but was already filming another movie where he had to lose 30 pounds, so they had to refit all his clothes.
Wild that they could pull this all off in a month.
Yeah this whole reshoot story is pretty mind-blowing. I was interested in this movie’s story already, and definitely want to see it now.
I tried to see this this morning but the theater said there was a problem and they couldn't show it. I was worried that the reshoot delayed the film from getting to the theater, but they assured me they had the movie it would be playing later today.
Anyone see this yet?
I saw it yesterday and really enjoyed it! Although I wasn’t familiar with the story at all. I think if you’re familiar with the story it might be less enjoyable since it’s more or less a straightforward retelling of the events.
Not very good, but I always enjoy Michelle Williams and a couple of sequences were entertaining.
I’m also willing to bet that Mark Whalberg is the most distracting actor. Wonder how much better it would’ve been without him and some different directing / musical choices.
Mark Wahlberg was definitely miscast. He's not terrible but he's just kinda playing himself as per usual
This was enjoyable and kept me interested since I was unfamiliar with the kidnapping (though I knew Paul survived). Williams and Chris Plummer were the only standouts. Though my biggest pet peeve in movies is taking dramatic liberties in real events and people after reading about the story.
Christopher Plummer was great, in addition to it being hilarious that Kevin Spacey got owned by having to wear all those prosthetic for naught I don't think he would have brought the same charm to the role
this was one of my favorite Michelle Williams performances which is really saying something
I can't believe Ridley pulled this off