Ridley Scott's moody crime thriller All the Money in the World has escaped its recent Kevin Spacey casting controversy to ride a wave of critical acclaim. In fact, it currently stands at an impressive 88% on Rotten Tomatoes, with Kevin Maher in The Times praising it as "one of Scott's best films yet".
The movie recounts the shocking real-life kidnapping of John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer), the grandson of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer, who replaced Spacey during reshoots). With the boy's family distraught over his whereabouts, a shocking media circus ensues when the ruthless Getty refuses to stump up his relative's ransom.
In addition to the Golden Globe-nominated Christopher Plummer, the movie features a strong cast, including Mark Wahlberg as family advisor Fletcher Chase and Michelle Williams as John's mother, Gail. The latter is the subject of the following behind-the- scenes clip, one exploring the real-life consequences of the kidnapping and the challenges Williams faced in bringing the character to the screen.
Has that whet your appetite? We also have a clip showcasing the fine performances from Williams and Wahlberg.
All the Money in the World hits Cineworld screens on 5th January 2018.