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We wrote about recently what was going on with All The Money In The World which had previously starred Kevin Spacey. After the saga surrounding the accusations against Kevin Spacey, it seems it was decided to re-make the whole thing. You can read about it in more detail in our previous story here.

All The Money In The World now has Christopher Plummer in it as Paul Getty, but also stars Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg, Romain Duris and Charlie Plummer. The film is directed by Ridley Scott and is based on a book by John Pearson.

All The Money In The World Christopher Plummer Trailer

I’d still be quite interested in seeing this film and I enjoy Christopher Plummer more than Kevin Spacey. But I find the whole process fascinating. What will happen to the Kevin Spacey version? The All The Money In The World Australian release date is January 4, 2018.

If you’re curious, you can see the old trailer for the film below.

Bryan loves writing about movies, TV shows and games and tries his best to give a balanced and honest view in all his reviews or opinion pieces on Resident Entertainment.

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