Guy Ritchie has signed on to create a television series based on his 2019 film The Gentlemen, which featured Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Colin Farrell, and others. Netflix has yet to announce the series formally, but several pieces of information have been released. Here’s what we know thus far.
According to Deadline, Ritchie will direct the first two episodes of the series.
The Gentlemen will complete an entire cycle with this Netflix contract, as it was first presented as a TV series before being transformed into a feature film. Everything else we know about Netflix’s The Gentlemen is as follows:
The Gentlemen plot.
The film ‘The Gentlemen’ follows American ex-pat Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey), who established a lucrative marijuana business in London. When news comes out that he wants to get out of the company for good, plans, scams, bribes, and blackmail are devised to take his dominion from under him.
While it is the film’s narrative, it’s likely to be exact in the series or altered due to more freedom in screen-time.
The Gentlemen release date.
Netflix hasn’t disclosed any release dates for The Gentlemen. Still, given its early production stage, we can presumably assume a 2023 release date at the very least, but keep in mind that projects can be abandoned and experience significant delays.
The Gentlemen cast.
As of March 2022, no cast members for Netflix’s adaptation of The Gentlemen have been announced.