Ridley Scott on the race to replace Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer in All the Money in the World

Ridley Scott has faced many filmmaking challenges in his long career, but few rival the one he set for himself when he decided to re-shoot scenes in All the Money in the World. Scott discusses this challenge and the key to his longevity in the film industry.
Ridley Scott poses in the press room with the award for best motion picture - musical or comedy for �The Martian� at the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Jordan Strauss/The Associated Press)
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Ridley Scott may have never won a best director Oscar, but he is often talked about as one of the best directors working today. From Alien to Blade Runner to The Martian, the British filmmaker is known for dabbling in many genres, as well as for his visual flair (he used to be an ad man, after all).

Scott has faced many filmmaking challenges in his long career, but few rival the one he set for himself when he decided to re-shoot All the Money in the World, with Christopher Plummer replacing Kevin Spacey in the role of J.P Getty. Today, listen to Scott's conversation with Tom Power about the race to remake All the Money in the World and the key to his longevity in the film industry.

Produced by Elaine Chau and Vanessa Greco

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