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    With a little over a month left until "All the Money in the World" hits cinemas on December 22, director Ridley Scott has decided to remove Kevin Spacey from the completed movie amid the sexual harassment reports swirling around Spacey, British media has reported.

    The two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey will be replaced by Christopher Plummer in the upcoming movie about oil magnate John Paul Getty.

    Re-shoots of the key scenes are expected to commence immediately. Scott is also determined to keep the film’s December 22 release date, The Guardian reported.

    The decision to cut out the House of Cards star comes hard on the heels of a sexual harassment scandal involving producer Harvey Weinstein.

    Ridley Scott, along with producers Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas, decided to remove all of Kevin Spacey's scenes from the film fearing that the sex scandal could hurt the film.

    “All the Money in the World” relives the events surrounding the kidnapping of John Paul Getty’s 16-year old grandson and the boy’s mother’s effort to convince the billionaire to pay the ransom, which he didn't.

    New Accusation Against Spacey

    Kevin Spacey faces fresh allegations of inappropriate behavior.

    In the latest incident, he has been accused of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old man in July 2016.

    Former television news anchor Heather Unruh said that her son did not report the crime at the time, largely out of embarrassment and fear, The Independent wrote.

    It follows nine other allegations, ranging from inappropriate sexual conduct to assault and groping.


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