Of course no such announcement was made, and Plummer, by the way, was the actor who was used to replace Kevin Spacey in ‘All the Money in the World’ after Spacey had been accused of sexual assault. But there’s clearly a growing tide of left-wing pressure to replace the short scene in which Trump gives Macaulay Culkin’s young character directions to the lobby in New York’s Plaza Hotel.

It also appears that Walt Disney Co., which had purchased 20th Century Studios and now owns distribution rights to the movie, might be receptive to the idea of punishing Trump for allegedly inciting his supporters to breach the US Capitol on Wednesday.



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