From: (Ted Nolan <@ednolan>
Subject: Re: ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD reshoots
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From: (Ted Nolan <tednolan>)
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Subject: Re: ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD reshoots
Date: 9 Nov 2017 15:36:07 GMT
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In article <5a046745$0$40136$b1db1813$>,
moviePig<> wrote:
>On 11/9/2017 8:46 AM, Obveeus wrote:
>> On 11/9/2017 12:54 AM, Ted Nolan <tednolan> wrote:
>>> In article<>,
>>> anim8rfsk <> wrote:
>>>> In article <ou0o85$pgm$>, Obveeus<>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>> Director Ridley Scott is bringing in Christopher Plumber to reshoot all
>>>>> of Kevin Spacey's scenes in the film - thus replacing him completely:
>>>>> -money-world-following-assault-allegations/846901001/
>>>> Let's start a petition to get them to never show SUPERGAYMAN RETURNS at
>>>> all ever again.
>>> Why stop at unreleased films?  Why not edit Errol Flynn out of "Robin 
>>> Hood"
>>> and Bing Crosby out of "Going My Way"?
>> I agree.  I understand that Ridley Scott is in a tough position, afraid 
>> that his film will never see the light of day or will be unfairly 
>> blocked from awards consideration, but the overly 'PC'-ness of this 
>> re-shooting is a horrible precedent.
>I don't think it's a tough position for Scott, at least not in the sense 
>that he has any real choice in the matter.  Movies are a business, and a 
>Kevin Spacey flick right now has about the same box-office prospects as 

While I'm not disagreeing with you, I would point out SFH turned out
to have pretty good BO, which was the problem..
What's not in Columbia anymore..