Gear up for an action-packed ride as Netflix teases the much-anticipated TV series ‘The Gentlemen’. A spin-off of Guy Ritchie‘s 2019 blockbuster starring Matthew McConaughey of the same name, the show’s trailer is out and demands notice.
‘The Gentlemen’ follows the legacy of the film and is expected to bring eight action-packed episodes to Netflix in 2024. Leading the charge is the charismatic Theo James, who is well-known for his role in the critically acclaimed series ‘White Lotus’ and the dystopian classic ‘Divergent’. Read to know more about the new show’s cast, plot and release date.
‘The Gentlemen’ Cast: New Faces, Familiar Vibes
Diving into ‘The Gentlemen‘ universe, the trailer introduces an array of compelling characters. The star-studded cast consists of Theo James as Eddie Halstead, Kaya Scodelario as Susie Glass, Daniel Ings as Freddy Halstead, Joely Richardson as Lady Sabrina Halstead, Vinnie Jones as Geoff Seacombe, Chanel Cresswell as Tammy, Max Beesley as Henry Collin and Harry Goodwins as Jack.
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Plot: What To Expect
Theo James, renowned for his role in ‘White Lotus’, takes the lead as Eddie Horniman. In this eight-part series, Eddie inherits his aristocratic father’s estate, only to stumble upon an unexpected treasure. He finds out about a colossal cannabis farm in Europe, owned by the legendary Mickey Pearson.
As the plot unfolds, viewers are taken on a rollercoaster ride with Eddie. The main character grapples with the newfound responsibilities of being the Duke of Halstead. The twist? His inherited estate sits atop Europe’s largest weed farm, setting the stage for a thrilling saga filled with unexpected turns.
‘The Gentlemen’ Release Date
Get ready to binge-watch as the series drops on Netflix in March. Guy Ritchie, the mastermind behind ‘Snatch‘, directs the initial two episodes, promising a fusion of crime, humor, and unpredictability.
Under the executive production prowess of Matthew Read, Marn Davies, and Ivan Atkinson, along with Marc Helwig for Miramax TV, and Will Gould and Frith Tiplady for Moonage Pictures, ‘The Gentlemen‘ promises a fresh take on the criminal underworld. Co-written by Ritchie and Read, the series is poised to deliver a captivating narrative that pays homage to its cinematic predecessor.
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