MGM and United Artists Releasing have revealed the trailer and character posters for House of Gucci, opening in theaters on November 24, 2021. You can watch the trailer using the player below and you’ll find the full posters underneath.
The film is inspired by the shocking true story of the family empire behind the Italian fashion house of Gucci.
Spanning three decades of love, betrayal, decadence, revenge, and ultimately murder, we see what a name means, what it’s worth, and how far a family will go for control.
Ridley Scott directed the film from a screenplay by Becky Johnston and Roberto Bentivegna.
The cast also includes Salma Hayek, Camille Cottin, Jack Huston, Mãdãlina Ghenea, Reeve Carney, and Youssef Kerkour.
The producers include Ridley Scott, Giannina Scott, Kevin J. Walsh, and Mark Huffam. The music is by Harry Gregson-Williams.
The film comes from production companies Bron Creative, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Scott Free Productions.
The movie features Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani, Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci, Jared Leto as Paolo Gucci, Jeremy Irons as Rodolfo Gucci, Salma Hayek as Giuseppina “Pina” Auriemma, and Al Pacino as Aldo Gucci.
Jack Huston plays Domenico De Sole, Camille Cottin portrays Paola Franchi, Mădălina Diana Ghenea stars as Sophia Loren, and Reeve Carney is Tom Ford.
On March 27, 1995, Maurizio Gucci, heir to the fabulous fashion dynasty, was slain by an unknown gunman as he approached his Milan office. In 1998, his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani Martinelli–nicknamed “The Black Widow” by the press–was sentenced to 29 years in prison, for arranging his murder.
Did Patrizia murder her ex-husband because his spending was wildly out of control? Did she do it because her glamorous ex was preparing to marry his mistress, Paola Franchi? Or is there a possibility she didn’t do it at all?
The Gucci story is one of glitz, glamour, intrigue, the rise, near fall and subsequent resurgence of a fashion dynasty. Beautifully written, impeccably researched, and widely acclaimed, The House of Gucci will captivate readers with its page-turning account of high fashion, high finance, and heart-rending personal tragedy.