Sony pulls Kevin Spacey car All The Cash In The World from AFI Fest

(Photograph: Sony Photos, Aidan Monaghan)

The rising listing of sexual harassment and assault allegations in opposition to Kevin Spacey (and his poorly acquired “apology”) have already began bringing down his appearing profession, with Netflix firing him from Home Of Playing cards’ ultimate season and abandoning plans for his Gore Vidal biopic, and now Sony Photos has introduced that its pulling All The Cash In The World—which Spacey stars in—from this month’s AFI Fest. In a press release given to Selection, Sony stated that it’s a “very good movie” and deserves to be honored on the pageant, however “given the present allegations surrounding certainly one of its actors and out of respect for these impacted, it might be inappropriate to rejoice at a gala at this tough time.” In contrast to the films coming from the equally troubled Weinstein Firm, All The Cash In The World will nonetheless meet its scheduled launch date on December 22.

The film, which was directed by Ridley Scott and stars Spacey as oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, was really getting Oscar buzz earlier than the Spacey story broke, however Sony has since pulled its Academy Awards marketing campaign.

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