In the wake of numerous sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey, director Ridley Scott made the decision to remove the actor from his latest project, All the Money in the World. In the video interview below, Scott and the cast of his film describe the process of reshooting the film mere weeks before its opening.
Scott decided to replace Spacey with the famous Christopher Plummer, who, despite the short notice, pulled through and gave a stellar performance according to critics. Most say they can't picture the film without Plummer's presence.
Meanwhile, Michelle Williams recounts the process of learning her new costar happened to be in a film by the name of The Sound of Music. According to Williams, her family sounds like a group of Captain von Trapp fans.
All in all, it appears the cast and crew behind All the Money in the World rose to the challenge, finding it easier to re-shoot the scenes rather than share them with a predator. Watch their interviews below!