Kevin Spacey's new movie hit theaters this weekend. So, why didn't you hear anything about it?
The two-time Oscar winner has essentially been excommunicated from Hollywood after more than a dozen men and teen boys came forward last fall with accusations of sexual harassment and assault, including "Star Trek: Discovery" actor Anthony Rapp, who says Spacey made sexual advances on him when he was just 14.
Since then, Spacey has been fired from his hit Netflix series "House of Cards," which will end with a sixth and final season starring Robin Wright this fall. He also was wiped entirely from "All the Money in the World" after director Ridley Scott made the bold decision to recast him with Christopher Plummer and reshoot scenes just seven weeks before the film's release in December. The move paid off for Plummer, who netted an Oscar nomination for best supporting actor for his portrayal of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty.
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Netflix similarly dropped "Gore," a Spacey-led Gore Vidal biopic that was set for release this year, which could make the new "Billionaire Boys Club" the actor's last big- or small-screen outing.
The movie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, co-stars Ansel Elgort ("Baby Driver") and Taron Egerton (the "Kingsman" movies), and it has earned just 13 percent positive reviews from critics, according to Rotten Tomatoes. (Moviegoers were more forgiving: 42 percent gave it a thumbs-up.)