The film went through massive re-shoots in November after lead actor Kevin Spacey was accused of sexual misconduct.
Now the man who replaced him in All The Money In The World, actor Christopher Plummer, has confessed it was ‘tough’ to re-shoot all the pivotal scenes on such a pressured deadline.
Despite all the controversy, the film also scored two other major nods; Michelle Williams grabbed a Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama nomination while Ridley Scott is up for Best Director.
Christopher remained silent when he was probed about thanking Kevin Spacey at the Golden Globes should he win, simply replying ‘no comment’.
The film was completed in October when Spacey was accused of making unwanted sexual advances towards Anthony Rapp when the actor was just 14 years old in 1986.Director Ridley Scott was determined to make the release date of December 22 for the movie and quickly got the cast back together in November to re-shoot scenes that had featured disgraced Spacey.
Plummer is three decades older than Spacey so didn’t need the extensive facial prosthetics that Spacey did in the original scenes.