Christopher Plummer receives Golden Globe nomination after replacing Kevin Spacey
By: Daniel Caudle
Canadian actor Christopher Plummer has been nominated for a Golden Globe for “Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture.” Plummer previously won a Golden Globe for best supporting actor in Beginners (2010) and was also nominated for a Golden Globe in American Tragedy (2000), and The Last Station (2009).
His most recent nomination for All the Money in the World comes amongst controversy following the #MeToo campaign.
Plummer replaced Kevin Spacey amidst sexual misconduct allegations, which lead to Plummer reshooting the already completed film.
Reshoots lasted nine days beginning on Nov. 20, and after a hectic schedule the film is still slated for it original Christmas day release.
Christopher Plummer scores best supporting actor Golden Globes nomination in record time for replacing Kevin Spacey, which happened like a month ago
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) December 11, 2017
All nominations have been unveiled as the 75th annual Golden Globes are fast approaching.
The awards ceremony, which recognizes excellence in TV and film both domestic and international, will be held on Jan. 7 with host Seth Meyers.
The awards were announced early Monday morning by actors Alfre Woodward and Garrett Hedlund, and actresses Kristen Bell and Sharon Stone.
Among the nominations was Shape of Water, a feature film that was shot across the GTA by legendary director Guillermo del Toro.
See the full list of nominations for the 75th Golden Globes in our interactive timeline below: