The disgraced actor Kevin Spacey will be this year remains to be seen in the film ‘Billionaire Boys Club’. It is the first time that Spacey on the big screen since the actor of sexual abuse was accused. That writes entertainmentmagazine NME today. The film was already recorded before the scandal at the end of last year began.
It was “Star Trek” actor Anthony Rapp, who in October of last year with accusations against Spacey came out. Rapp told how he in 1986 at only age 14, was approached by the then 27-year-old Spacey, who sex with him, tried to have. Spacey claimed the incident could not remember. Later also testified to other men how the actor sexually unacceptable behaviour towards them had shown.
The accusations meant the end of Spaceys long acting career. He was dismissed as an actor from the hit series “House of Cards” and director Ridley Scott showed him in the only recorded film ‘All The Money In The World completely cut away and replaced by Christopher Plummer. To new offers could Spacey ever since whistling.
The creators of ‘Billionaire Boys Club’ have now apparently decided to the scenes with the actor, however, to retain. The film was tweeënhalfjaar ago included, in addition to Spacey, among others, Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton, Emma Roberts, Judd Nelson, and Billie Lourd in the lead roles. The script is based
on the true story of a group of rich crooks in the 80’s a pyramid scheme set up for itself still further to enrich.
May appears the film this summer in the cinemas. According filmwebsite iMDb ‘Billionaire Boys Club’ on August 17, 2018.