Kevin Spacey also removed from the new film of Ridley Scott, the new criticism by Jon Bernthal


Published on Nov 09, 2017


As previously reported, the Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey has been accused of molesting his colleague Anthony Rapp (Star Trek: Discovery) when the latter was 14 years old. Also several members, current or former employees, of the cast and crew of House of Cards, evidenced by inappropriate behavior on the part of the actor in the last few years, including appreciations heavy or physical contact inappropriate.

Accordingly, Netflix has fired Kevin Spacey from House of Cards. The production of the sixth season was underway in Baltimore. The streaming service will not distribute the most even the film's Gore, in which the actor plays Gore Vidal.

In addition, the CAA, the talent agency of Spacey, and his publicist Staci Wolfe have broken off all relationship with him.

But is not over here. Deadline is announcing that Spacey has been removed from the film All the money in the world, Ridley Scott, in which he plays the famous entrepreneur J. Paul Getty, died in 1976. It will be replaced by Christopher Plummer. The film was already complete and the release date, fixed for the next 22 December in Italy, it would be confirmed.

Jon Bernthal, the interpreter of Frank Castle in the tv series Marvel-Netflix, has worked with Spacey in Baby Driver. Spoke to the Jim and Sam Show, the actor said: “I have Not spent a lot of time on the set, but he treated me in the wrong way. Behaved to bully. I don't care how to behave with others.”

“If you had behaved like that with a woman, I would have said something, I would have done something. I was happy to leave for this reason and I lost a lot of respect for him.”

“I think it would be pretty easy to ride the scandal to criticize it. I don't know anything. But working with him I lost all respect I had for him and I was very disappointed.”

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