All the Money in the World
"All the Money in the World" would offer a serviceable look at the perils of greed if Scott hadn't scrambled to replace Kevin Spacey. Now, it's a minor miracle that it exists at all.
Many are called but few are chosen in the holiday movie awards sweepstakes.
The New York Times delves into the major shakeup that followed sexual misconduct allegations made against the film's onetime Oscar bait, Spacey.
The wacky Golden Globes voters never fail to surprise; we rack up the many shocks and snubs.
Ridley Scott also broke into the Best Director race and will compete against heavyweights like Christopher Nolan and Steven Spielberg.
Ridley Scott's snappily re-shot J. Paul Getty movie isn't just complete, it's looking for some awards love, too.
Spacey has been removed from the Ridley Scott film following numerous allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
As Ridley Scott rushes finish shooting without Kevin Spacey, Danny Boyle's take on the Getty kidnapping premieres on FX in January.
Plummer is replacing Spacey as J. Paul Getty in Ridley Scott's upcoming drama "All the Money in the World," which is still targeting a December 22 release.
The screening will be preceded by a tribute to writer/director Aaron Sorkin.
It's not quite all the money in the world, but it's still pretty expensive.
Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson also discuss why "Mudbound" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri" are serious awards contenders on this week's podcast.
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