Kevin Spacey written off from upcoming movie ‘All the Money in the World’

This file photo taken on Feb. 23, 2016, shows actor Kevin Spacey arriving for the season 4 premiere screening of the Netflix show “House of Cards” in Washington, DC. Kevin Spacey came out as gay early Monday, October 30, 2017 and apologized to actor Anthony Rapp, who accused the Hollywood star of making a sexual advance on him at a 1986 party when he was only 14 years old. Spacey’s announcement, posted to his Twitter account at midnight, came after Rapp–best known for being part of the original cast of Broadway hit “Rent”–made the accusation in an interview with Buzzfeed News.  AFP/Nicholas Kamm

The blows just keep coming for disgraced actor Kevin Spacey, as he is completely removed from his upcoming film after multiple sexual allegations from several people he worked with.

On Wednesday (Thursday in Manila), Sony Pictures announced that the Oscar winner will no longer appear in the biographical crime thriller “All the Money in the World,” set to be released next month.

According to Deadline, Spacey’s scenes are already being reshot, with Christopher Plummer taking over his role as J Paul Getty.

The replacement comes in the wake of allegations against the 58-year-old veteran actor, who was accused of groping Anthony Rapp and Harry Dreifuss.

Several crew members of the Netflix hit show “House of Cards” also accused the Hollywood star of “toxic predatory behavior” throughout their filming.

The streaming giant has also fired Spacey from the show despite being its lead star.  Khristian Ibarrola /ra


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