CHECK OUT: Sony Pictures Unveils New Posters for ‘All the Money in the World’ without Kevin Spacey

Sony Pictures unveiled two new posters for its upcoming film, “All the Money in the World.”

The updated posters come as Ridley Scott puts the finishing touches on re-shoots. It was widely reported last week that Kevin Spacey’s work will be deleted from the finished film and substituted for Christopher Plummer. The updated posters also added Plummer’s name.

Plummer takes over the role of the billionaire J. Paul Getty. “All the Money in the World” tells the story of the 1973 kidnapping of his grandson. His daughter-in-law, played by Michelle Williams, went to great lengths to try to convince the senior Getty to pay the ransom and get her son back. Working closely with the family’s advisor, played by Mark Wahlberg, they work together to bring her son home before it’s too late.

“All the Money in the World” was supposed to premiere on Thursday night as the Closing Night Gala at AFI Fest. However, due to the allegations against Kevin Spacey, Sony decided to cancel the premiere. The next day, Scott announced he was recasting the role. Both Scott and Sony Pictures insist the film will still be ready for its December 22 release.

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