Kevin Spacey plans to make a great movie back with a European project.
The scandal actor, who is set to be arrested in a Massachusetts court on Monday for sexual assault on an 18-year-old restaurant colleague, is ready for his close-up, 14 months after his world fell apart after a series of allegations of negligence.
Spacey was fired from his hit Netflix drama House of Cards and director Ridley Scott rescued him from his Getty family drama All Money in the World and replaced the Oscar winner with Christopher Plummer.
The movie star went out of the limelight for a year, among reports he sought help, but he re-appeared just before Christmas in a bizarre video, where he reprized his house of short character, President Frank Underwood, and suggested his fans wanted him back.
"(Someone) just waited with breath to hear me confess," he said, adding: "You wouldn't hurry without facts, would you?"
And now, sources tell the New York Post Spacey is considering offers from filmmakers in Europe.
"He still gets actors from Europe and Russia," the insider said. "He's just assumed he can come back in a few years.
The actor Ellen Barkin is among Spacey's peers, who feel Spacey's Christmas message, and his repayments are poorly planned: "Kevin Spacey sends a very disturbing message when he kisses his audience … If you hypocrites loved me as a killer (at the House of Cards) "Why don't you love me as a sex brother?" she wrote on Twitter.
But Spacey's holiday report, where he seemed to prepare for Christmas in the kitchen, wore a Santa apron, has been a hit on YouTube and picked up over nine million views.