While the director Ridley Scott hastens to finish the new shots in All the money in the world a new advance has arrived at the web with the first images of the performance of Christopher Plummer as J. Paul Getty.
Plummer stepped in to replace Kevin Spacey in the role of real-life oil tycoon, whose 16-year-old grandson was kidnapped for ransom in the 1970s. Spacey was discarded from the role after the main photograph had been taken. wrapped in the film due to a series of accusations of badual misconduct against the actor House of Cards
The new trailer, which aired for the first time on Tuesday night This Is Us on NBC, shows the tireless work of Scott and his cast, who returned to filming and editing Plummer before their scheduled date for December 22.
"We can not let a single person action affect the good work of all these other people. It's that simple," Scott told EW in his first interview about replacing Spacey. "There is no time to reflect," he said elsewhere. "Sometimes you have to establish the law, you have to do it!"
"I'm very proud to be part of this, we're all here for Ridley," added Michelle Williams, who collaborated on the film with Mark Wahlberg. "When this idea came up, I immediately started to feel better." This does nothing to alleviate the suffering of the people that Kevin Spacey affected too personally, but it is our small act of trying to correct a mistake, and sends a message to the predators: you can not get away with it. Something will be done. "
All the money in the world focuses on Gail Getty (Williams), who frantically tries to convince his rich father-in-law (Plummer) pay the ransom of his son as the kidnappers become increasingly violent. Wahlberg plays an advisor to the billionaire who becomes an unlikely ally for the desperate mother.
Charlie Plummer, Romain Duris and Timothy Hutton also appear in All the Money in the World which is based on John Pearson's book and written for the screen by David Scarpa.