Ridley Scott’s All the Money in the World – which earned an Oscar® nomination for Christopher Plummer, who replaced Kevin Spacey, and shot his part in next to no time, finishing days before the film’s release – has been released on Digital today, with Blu-ray and DVD releases coming on April 10th.
The new trailer for All The Money In The World – the story of the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother to convince his billionaire grandfather Jean Paul Getty to pay the ransom – includes scenes with Christopher Plummer, replacing Kevin Spacey, in the role of J. Paul Getty.
All the Money in the World will be in theaters on December 22nd.
The kidnapping of J.Paul Getty’s grandson, John Paul Getty III, was the biggest news story in the world. It became even bigger when the senior Getty answered a reporter’s question, ‘How much would you pay to ransom your grandson if not 17 million?’
All the Money in the World will be in theaters on December 8th.
Pay no attention to the hole in the middle of Oz the Great and Powerful. While much of the film is admirable, James Franco is too hip, too modern and too in on the joke. While the rest of the cast are playing their (mostly thinly developed characters), Franco is winking at the audience and that’s just annoying most of the time.
On the other hand, the film is a magnificent tapestry of visuals and some of the characters work beautifully (Joey King’s China Doll provides the heart; Zach Braff’s Finley provides the real comic relief, and Rachel Weisz’s evil Evanora provides the gusto).