Kevin Spacey’s movie “Billionaire Boys Club” was the building to the cinemas to see it in August.
“Billionaire Boys Club,” starring four of Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey, is the building to the cinemas to see it in August.
Spacey is absent from the big screen after sexual misconduct accusations against the two-time Academy Award-winner. “Star Trek: Discovery” of actor Anthony Rapp was the first person to accuse Spacey of sexual misconduct. He told BuzzFeed News in October that when he was 14 years old, Spacey, reportedly, a sexual advances in the direction.
Spacey was fired from his leading role on the hit Netflix series “House of Cards”, and written out of the final season. He was also replaced in Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” by Christopher Plummer.
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Vertical Entertainment, the distributor of “Billionaire Boys Club,” said The Cover of the film would have a limited release in theaters from Aug. 17. The film was shot before the allegations of sexual misconduct came to light.
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“We hope that these disturbing allegations with respect to the behavior of the person — that is not publicly known when the movie was nearly 2.5 years ago — do not affect the release,” Vertical Entertainment, told The Wrap in a statement.
“We don’t condone sexual harassment at any level and we fully support victims. At the same time, this is not an easy nor insensitive decision to the release of this film in the cinema, but we believe in giving the cast, as well as hundreds of crew members who worked hard on the film, the chance to see their final product-to-reach audiences,” the statement continues.
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The distributor said he “hoped the audience to make up their own mind, while the reprehensible accusations of a person in the past, but not at the expense of the entire cast and crew are present on this film.”
The film also stars Ansel Elgort, Emma Roberts, and Taron Egerton. The film was directed by James Cox. The film chronicled a true story about “a group of rich boys in Los Angeles during the early 1980s set up a ‘get-rich-quick’ scam that turns fatal, according to IMDB.