Published Dec 19, 2017Christopher Plummer stepped into Ridley Scott's latest film All the Money in the World to replace Kevin Spacey in the wake of a barrage of sexual misconduct allegations, recreating the role in a non-stop nine-day re-shoot.
The Canadian-born actor has already been nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance, but that's not all he had to celebrate when he sat down with CBC's The National for an interview that aired last night (December 18).
Plummer turned 88 on December 13, and marked the occasion during his CBC interview, letting director Scott field questions while he ate cake and drank champagne.
He proves himself an even more badass octogenarian when he starts bragging about his private jet.
Watch the clip below via CBC.