All the Money in the World releases new posters after replacing Kevin Spacey
Ridley Scott’s All the Money in the World has a new look.
After the director replaced star Kevin Spacey, who’s facing a series of sexual misconduct allegations, with Christopher Plummer in the role of J. Paul Getty, the original plans for the film’s marketing had to be scrapped. By the time the controversy broke at the end of October, a trailer and poster had already been released for the film about the 1973 kidnapping of the oil tycoon’s grandson, with Spacey’s face looming large over his costars Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg.
Plummer signed on earlier this month to step into the role and will soon begin reshooting Spacey’s scenes. The new posters, which EW can exclusively reveal, take the spotlight away from Getty, instead featuring Williams and Wahlberg, with Plummer’s name now added to the marquee. A second poster removes all three actors entirely, instead showing a bloody ear made of money. (The kidnappers sent the boy’s severed ear back to his mother, played by Williams, to encourage them to pay a ransom.) See the posters below:
All the Money in the World, from TriStar Pictures and Imperative Entertainment, is still slated for a Dec. 22 debut in theaters.
All the Money in the World