From: Obveeus <>
Subject: Re: ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD reshoots
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Subject: Re: ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD reshoots
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2017 10:45:36 -0500
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On 11/9/2017 10:11 AM, anim8rfsk wrote:
> In article <ou1pgj$5ao$>, Obveeus<>
> wrote:
>> On 11/9/2017 9:33 AM, 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:
>>>>>>> ut-all
>>>>>>> -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
>> One choice that Ridley Scott had was simply to wait a year for the
> That's not Scott's decision to make.  The first thing decided when
> making a movie is the release date.  Everything else comes after.

Not really.  Release dates get pushed back all the time.  Part of the 
problem here was in theaters (or the AFI festival at least) refusing to 
show the film due to Spacey being in it.  If that problem spreads, then 
the film cannot get awards consideration this year.  The rush here is 
now to try and maintain that awards if next December 
wouldn't be just as much of an awards season opportunity.

Maybe Ridley Scott is worried that his film would end up like GORE and 
get yanked from any release date at all?