Sony Pictures is reportedly considering moving the release date of Ridley Scott’s $40 million budgered “All the Money in the World” and could potentially cancel its American Film Institute premiere next week reports Variety.
The studio is said to be still debating how to best position the film in the wake of multiple sexual assault and harassment allegations against its star Kevin Spacey. A final decision has yet to be made.
Scott, who produced and directed the picture, has urged the studio to cancel the AFI premiere according to one insider. Other producers on the film disagree and believe the studio should move forward with the planned roll out.
If delayed though, the likeliest new release date would be June 2018 as opposed to its current December 22nd release.
UPDATE: It’s official, Sony has pulled the film from the AFI Festival. However, the studio says the release date will remain unchanged.