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Christopher Plummer Nominated for Golden Globe After Replacing Kevin Spacey

Christopher Plummer
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The veteran actor only had a month to prepare. 

Christopher Plummer has received a Golden Globe nomination for a role he only had a month to prepare for.

Plummer got a nod for best supporting actor in All the Money in the World. Plummer took over the role from Kevin Spacey, who was booted from the movie after Anthony Rapp (and many others) accused Spacey of sexual assault. Spacey had already filmed for the role--footage of Spacey as J. Paul Getty even appeared in the first trailer--before Plummer was brought on for reshoots.

Looks like the last-minute switch paid off. Plummer last won the Golden Globe for best supporting actor in 2012 for the film Beginners, in which he played a father coming out gay late in life.

Watch the trailer for All the Money in the World (with Plummer) below.

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