Netflix is raising the bar yet again, diving into a world where crime and luxury intertwine with the upcoming drama series, “The Gentlemen,” masterminded by the renowned Guy Ritchie. Set to premiere in March 2024, this series promises a gritty yet opulent journey into the underbelly of high society.
Star-Studded Cast and a New Criminal World
Inspired by the original Miramax film, “The Gentlemen” is gearing up to redefine the crime drama genre. The series has already made waves with its just-released teaser, revealing the inclusion of the esteemed Ray Winstone. Winstone portrays Bobby Glass, a hardened career criminal from East London who has built an industrial cannabis empire.
Joining Winstone is a constellation of talent: Emmy-nominee Theo James shines as The Duke of Halstead, Eddie Horniman, a man entangled in criminality after inheriting his father’s estate. Kaya Scodelario captivates as Susie Glass, Bobby’s daughter, who combines style with steely determination in running the empire.
The cast list reads like a who’s who of the acting world, including Daniel Ings, Joely Richardson, Vinnie Jones, Giancarlo Esposito, Chanel Cresswell, and many more, each bringing their unique flair to this riveting series.
Guy Ritchie’s Visionary Direction
Guy Ritchie, the multi-talented icon known for his distinctive style in film-making, is at the heart of this project. Serving as creator, co-writer, and executive producer, he’s also directed the first two episodes, promising a series that’s both visually stunning and narratively compelling.
As we eagerly await its debut, keep an eye on this space for more updates and sneak peeks into the world of “The Gentlemen.” March 2024 can’t come soon enough!