wrath of man red band trailer

Jason Statham and Guy Ritchie are together again for Wrath of Man. But this doesn’t look like the scrappy British crime thrillers they used to make together. Instead, this looks a bit more…generic? But also very violent, so hey, that’s bound to appeal to someone. Statham plays a newly-hired cash truck security guard who seems to be extremely good at murdering people, much to the shock of his new co-workers. Watch the Wrath of Man red band trailer below.

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Wrath of Man Trailer

Jason Statham is back to put bullets in bodies again in Wrath of Man, the latest film from Snatch and The Gentlemen director Guy Ritchie. It should come as no surprise that this movie features heists, double-crossing, organized crime, and plenty of casualties, and you can see what is driving Jason Statham’s ruthless quest for revenge in the first Wrath of Man trailer below. Read More »

new guy ritchie spy thriller

Hugh Grant and Josh Hartnett are set to join the cast of the new Guy Ritchie spy thriller formerly titled Five Eyes. This reunites Grant with his Man From U.N.C.L.E. and The Gentlemen director, and brings Hartnett back into the Ritchie fold after they collaborated on the upcoming action thriller Wrath of Man.

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New Guy Ritchie Movie Aubrey Plaza

I, for one, think Aubrey Plaza should be in every movie, all the time. So I can’t complain about the news that she’s joining the cast of the new, currently untitled, Guy Ritchie movie. The action flick will see Ritchie reunite with Jason Statham, with Statham playing an MI6 agent trying to stop the sale of a deadly new weapons technology. There’s no word on what character Plaza is playing, but here’s hoping Ritchie is smart enough to give her a big, substantial part and not just sideline her in some thankless role.

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the gentlemen tv series

Remember when Guy Ritchie made his long-awaited return to the gangster flick with The Gentlemen earlier this year? Yes, that was this year, back in January 2020. And in the decade that passed in the 9 months since The Gentlemen came out, it has earned enough of a following for Miramax TV to commission a TV series adaptation, written and directed by Ritchie himself. It curiously brings the project full circle, as The Gentlemen started off as a TV series pitch before it became a feature.

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Five Eyes

Director Guy Ritchie plucked Jason Statham from the world of modeling and gave him his first acting job in 1998’s Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. The two have reunited multiple times over the years – in 2000’s Snatch, 2005’s Revolver, and again in next year’s Wrath of Man – and now the duo are getting together to make yet another new movie. Ritchie will direct Five Eyes, a spy thriller in which Statham will play the lead character…who happens to have a pretty spectacular name. Read More »

aladdin 2

The live-action Aladdin is preparing for another round on the magic carpet. A sequel to the 2019 live-action remake of Aladdin is officially in the works at Disney, with the studio hiring Andrea Berloff (Straight Outta Compton) and John Gatins (Flight) to map out the new plot for Aladdin 2. Guy Ritchie is returning to helm the sequel which, according to reports, will follow an entirely new story inspired by One Thousand and One Nights. Sorry, The Return of Jafar fans.

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Studio Ghibli Legend of Zelda Movie Trailer

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch a fanmade trailer for a Legend of Zelda movie in the style of animated movies from Studio Ghibli. Listen as director Guy Ritchie breaks down a scene from The Gentlemen with the film’s cast, and Saturday Night Live cast member Aidy Bryant tells some stories from behind the scenes of her eight seasons on the long-running late night sketch series. Read More »

the gentlemen clip

When you’re a cannabis baron who wants to get out of the game, you will inevitably have gangster upstarts sniffing around your territory. That’s the dynamic of this clip from Guy Ritchie’s upcoming gangster movie The Gentlemen, which stars Matthew McConaughey as a self-made millionaire drug lord who is ready to retire. But the sharks start to smell blood, including Henry Golding‘s underboss Dry Eye, who takes a meeting with the American gangster. A meeting, as we see in this clip, that does not go well.

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the gentlemen review

The Gentlemen is being touted as a return to form for Guy Ritchie — not the director behind blockbuster bombs like King Arthur or tepid Disney live-action remakes like Aladdin, but the electric, raucous auteur behind Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch. And Ritchie is aware of this going into The Gentlemen, a contemporary gangster movie that has a sense of timelessness to it. But The Gentlemen is very much about the times, or rather, a time gone by: the era in which gangsters did things the old, mean, dirty way. But the times, they are a’changing, and a new guard of gangsters — represented by a delightfully unhinged Henry Golding — threatens to upend the balance. Or do they?

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