Blink and you'll miss it, but director Ridley Scott confirms it is indeed Spacey, not Christopher Plummer.
TooFab attended a screening of the Christmas Day release on Sunday and spotted the back of Spacey's head in one scene after the movie made headlines for scrambling to replace the disgraced actor with Christopher Plummer due to the sexual misconduct allegations against Spacey.
Plummer, who has already earned a Golden Globe nomination for playing billionaire J.P. Getty in the kidnapping drama, reshot all of Spacey's scenes in just nine days last month, but director Ridley Scott confirmed during the Q&A portion of the screening that the back of Spacey's head did, in fact, make the cut.
Blink and you'll miss it, but Spacey is seen exiting a train in the middle of the desert, a scene Scott told the audience he was unable to reshoot.
Scott said at the event that he had both Spacey and Plummer in mind for the role from the start, but went with Spacey because he was more relevant, at the time, due to the popularity of "House of Cards," which Spacey has also been booted from.
The reshoots have resulted in Plummer getting a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture alongside Willem DaFoe, Armie Hammer, Richard Jenkins, and Sam Rockwell. The decision to replace Spacey was made Nov. 8, even though his work in the film was already completed.
Although Scott said he would never show the Spacey version of the film because it would be too "cheesy," the directer did show that version to Gail Getty -- J.P. Getty's former daughter-in-law, portrayed by Michelle Williams in the film -- who offered high praise.
For those who have only been keeping up on headlines about sexual misconduct, "All the Money in the World" is centered around the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother (Williams) to convince his billionaire grandfather (Plummer) to pay the ransom. Mark Wahlberg co-stars in the Oscar bait.