‘House Of Gucci’ Released First Character Poster looks giving Massive Insight into the Movie

“House Of Gucci” Poster Release

“House Of Gucci” has released the first official poster of the upcoming crime drama film via their official Twitter account.

Ridley Scott has directed “House Of Gucci”. It stars Lady Gaga, one of the most popular pop singer with Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons, Jack Huston, Salma Hayek and Al Pacino.

Take a look at the poster

The new released poster highlights the star cast, who looks completely transformed as the real life Gucci members. Gaga centres the poster as Patrizia Reggiani, Adam Driver on her right side as the leading character Maurizio Gucci. He is wearing large framed glasses.

'House Of Gucci' Released First Character Poster looks giving Massive Insight into the Movie 1
Lady Gaga | Instagram

On Gaga’s left Al Pacino with slicked back hair and sunglasses. He is playing Aldo Gucci. Jared Leto and Jeremy Irons appears in the poster as Paolo Gucci and Rodolfo Gucci. As per the poster the movie’s slogan is “A legacy worth killing for”.

“House Of Gucci” is based on a book named “The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed” by Sara Gay Forden. The film will explore the Italian fashion house’ family and the murder of Maurizio Gucci.

Looking back to the history

If we go back to revise the history, Guccio Gucci founded today’s infamous luxury brand Gucci in 1921. People are quite familiar with the brand. But is 90s the whole Gucci family were thrown into scandal When Maurizio got murdered. Later it was disclosed that Patrizia Reggiani, Maurizio’ ex wife was behind this incident. The film will be a journey through this.

Additionally the director Ridley Scott had to face backlash from the Gucci family itself for the film.

Becky Johnston and Roberto Bentivegna is the writer of “House Of Gucci” which is going to hit the theatres on 25th of November.

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