KEVIN SPACEY ERASED FROM UPCOMING MOVIE, REPLACED BY CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER

Nov 09, 2017

By Jane Brown

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Just how far has Kevin Spacey fallen from grace in Hollywood?

He’s been completely erased from an upcoming movie he was in. Spacey played oil tycoon J. Paul Getty in the movie All the Money in the World. The movie is due out next month but with Spacey in the midst of a sexual assault scandal, he has been completely excised from the film.

TORONTO OUT December 15, 2010-Actor Christopher Plummer does a few scenes from Barrymore as part of a photo call at the Elgin Theatre. TORONTO STAR/TANNIS TOOHEY

All his scenes are being re-shot with legendary Canadian-born actor Christopher Plummer, in his place.

It’s believed to be the first time something like this has ever happened. The re-shoots are expected to be done in time for the movie to make its debut on its original release date, December 22nd.

Meantime, there’s a new allegation against Kevin Spacey. And once again, it centres on his being accused of taking sexual liberties with a young man.

A former Boston television news anchor says Spacey sexually assaulted her son at a Nantucket restaurant when he was 18.

Heather Unruh says her son didn’t report the assault then because he was embarrassed. But she says her son has since filed a report with police, who are investigating.

A lawyer for Spacey didn’t immediately return an email yesterday seeking comment on the latest allegation.

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