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Guy Ritchie's new series is entirely different from all others in the genre

The quick-cuts style and dynamic fragmentation of scenes could be boiled down to the term "fast&slow". Discover what's new in Guy Ritchie's "fast&slow" creation.

by Tena Razumović Žmara

March 3, 2024

The famed British director has filmed a new, thrilling gangster TV series – The Gentlemen . Naturally, a series bearing his signature is entirely different from all those of the same genre you’re accustomed to.

The series premieres on March 7 and is somewhat a sequel to Ritchie’s film of the same name from 2020. Although the TV series features entirely different characters and a story, it retains the same character and level of excitement, and Ritchie’s distinctive style of fragmentation and rapid montage is very much present.

Guy Ritchie’s exciting new gangster series

Theo James, star of the popular series The White Lotus, plays the lead character Duke Halstead, Eddie Horniman, the estranged son of English nobleman Bobby Glass, who finds himself at the center of the criminal world and a cannabis empire in London’s East End. Kaya Scodelario plays Susie Glass, Bobby’s daughter who manages the day-to-day criminal operations. Together, they bring a family gangster story, told in Guy Ritchie’s way: Eddie Halstead inherits the family estate, initially unaware it’s home to a drug empire managed by a syndicate that plans to stay.

Guy Ritchie is the creator, co-writer, executive producer, and director of the series’ first two episodes. If you’re ready to step into a new, exciting, and “shifted” dramatic world of crime, check out the trailer.