Kevin Spacey's fall from grace is getting worse -- the actor's been dropped from an already finished Ridley Scott film after the director decided to remove him in the wake of more sexual abuse allegations.
It's pretty crazy -- Scott's movie, "All the Money in the World," is scheduled for a December 22 release, and the director is reportedly determined to keep that date despite the need for major reshoots with Spacey's replacement -- legendary actor Christopher Plummer.
Spacey was billed as one of the movie's main stars and is an important piece of the plot. He reportedly worked on it for 8 to 10 days ... so it seems like Plummer and the rest of the crew have a lot of work to do to make this happen.
As we reported ... more accusations of sexual assault came out Wednesday, with a former TV news anchor claiming Spacey grabbed her son's genitals in 2016.