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Kevin Spacey Being Replaced By Christopher Plummer in ALL TH MONEY IN THE WORLD

According to The Hollywood Reporter, director Ridley Scott has decided to cut actor Kevin Spacey from Sony and Tristar’s  kidnapping-thriller, ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD, and replace him with Academy Award-winner Christopher Plummer. Spacey played renowned oil tycoon J. Paul Getty in the film which chronicles the infamous 1973 kidnapping of his teenage grandson, John Paul Getty III. Studio insiders say the director made the final decision to replace Spacey on Wednesday afternoon. Scott will now have to reshoot all of Spacey’s scenes with Plummer all within a month before the film’s initial release date on December 22nd....

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Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear to Join HOUSE OF CARDS Series Finale

Netflix announced today the full cast for the Kevin Spacey-less series finale of its hit series House of Cards. Oscar-nominated performers Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear will star alongside series star Robin Wright as the conniving Claire Underwood, who has achieved her master plan to stealthily become President of the United States. Besieged by trouble and question marks after the ousting of its beleaguered star Spacey, there were rumors that Netflix could kill its original baby without a proper goodbye or burial. Ultimately for a variety of reasons, it seems, they decided to go on with House of Cards....

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Has Ridley Scott Already Begun Plotting Blade Runner 3?

Splashistas, it’s funny, just last night I was in a conversation about how no one saw Bladerunner 2049. I mean, there were a couple of people, but nowhere near what everyone hoped for in this long-awaited sequel. Well, if you’re a big fan of the original, or its sequel, you’re in luck. Ridley Scott isn’t ready to let that flame die out just yet, he hopes there’s scope left for another entry.  So rejoice! Blade Runner 3 may only be a few years away. Here’s what he had to say to Digital Spy recently: “I hope so… I think there...

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TIFF Wrap Up Sends Film Industry Into Awards Race

After eleven long days of surprises and premieres, the 42nd edition of TIFF came to a close on Sunday with the announcement of their trademark People’s Choice Award, and, with that, you can sound off the official starting bell of the 2017-2018 awards season race. The Martin McDonough movie, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, which we reviewed previously here, took home the top audience prize awarded by popular vote at the festival. Past winners include Best Picture nominees Room, La La Land and The Imitation Game, as well as eventual winners of the Oscar like 12 Years a Slave...

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FILM REVIEW: BABY DRIVER Vitally Lives Up to Its Ambitions as a Comedy Crime Action Flick

Music lovers and action movie aficionados rejoice, a crime comedy film that melds those two elements and crosses the finish line of the high expectations it sets for itself from the beginning has arrived in Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver. The film follows a talented driver (played with steely maturity by the Divergent series’ Ansel Elgort) that uses music to focus and sharpen his skills as he helps his criminal cohorts escape high-stakes bank robberies in the middle of Atlanta. He is a good kid, forced for reasons unknown into a life of felonious activity by crime boss Doc (Kevin...

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