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‘All the Money in the World’ Trailer Lands With Christopher Plummer in for Kevin Spacey (Video)

Plummer was recast in the role of the famed billionaire industrialist in Ridley Scott’s biopic

Never doubt the genius of Ridley Scott.

Just three weeks after Kevin Spacey was removed from the completed J. Paul Getty biopic “All The Money In The World,” Sony Pictures has released a new trailer featuring footage from the still-ongoing reshoots that will replace Spacey with Christopher Plummer as the famed billionaire industrialist.

On Tuesday night, a 30-second TV spot for the film premiered on NBC during “The Voice,” and the new trailer dropped Wednesday shows more footage from the reshoots that were ordered after Spacey was accused of sexual harassment by “Star Trek: Discovery” star Anthony Rapp.

The film was replaced by Aaron Sorkin’s “Molly’s Game” as the closing night gala film for AFI Fest, while Spacey was fired by CAA and his publicist, Staci Wolfe. Scott announced that he would reshoot all of Spacey’s scenes with Plummer and would have the film completed by Dec. 22, a release slot Sony had selected in the hopes of making the film an awards contender.

“All The Money In The World” follows Getty as his grandson, John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) is kidnapped and held for ransom. Getty refuses to pay the ransom despite the pleas of his daughter, Gail (Michelle Williams), who then turns to Getty’s adviser (Mark Wahlberg) as they race against time to get Getty III back while he is brutalized by his captors.

Watch the trailer above.