Christopher Plummer Has Already Replaced Kevin Spacey in New 'All the Money in the World' Trailer

The actor replaced Kevin Spacey following multiple allegations of sexual harassment against him.

That was quick!

Christopher Plummer made his debut as J. Paul Getty in a new trailer for All the Money in the World which aired on Tuesday night during the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

The spot was surprising, since the 87-year-old screen legend had just been spotted filming his first scenes for the biopic earlier this week.

In quick snippets, Plummer can be seen as the infamous billionaire oil tycoon dressed in a black suit, a white shirt and tie. 

The Oscar winner is replacing Kevin Spacey in the film, following multiple allegations of sexual harassment against the House of Cards star. Director Ridley Scott decided to recast Spacey and reshoot all of his scenes, after the movie had already been completed.


Upon seeing the new teaser, fans were quick to spot Plummer in the trailer and took to Twitter to express their enthusiasm and shock. 

Despite the cost of reshoots and the time it will take, Scott has been outspoken about wanting to have the film ready for its initial release date of Dec. 22 -- and just in time for awards season.

Earlier this month, ET caught up with Plummer at the premiere of his new film, The Man Who Invented Christmas, where he spoke about joining the project so last minute. 

"It isn’t replacing. In a funny way it’s starting all over again because it’s going to be different, naturally," Plummer explained.

Hear more of what he had to share in the video below.