Everything We Know About the Anticipated Film “House of Gucci”

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We did not know we needed to see Lady Gaga and Adam Driver decked out in vintage Gucci ski gear until now. In a photo posted by Lady Gaga that practically broke the internet, the world is finally able to get a taste of the latest Ridley Scott film, “House of Gucci.”

The biographical crime film depicts the story behind the murder of Maurizio Gucci, the grandson of the renowned fashion designer Guccio Gucci. It is based off the book, “The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed,” by Sara Gay Forden.

Gaga will be playing the role of Patrizia Reggiani, who was tried and convicted of orchestrating the assassination of her ex-husband in 1995, played by Driver.

There is growing excitement surrounding this film as it has been in the works for quite some time. It will also be Gaga’s first role after her Oscar-nominated performance in “A Star is Born.” Driver is an actor to look out for as well, as he was recently nominated for an Oscar in 2020 for his role in “A Marriage Story.”

A trailer has not been released yet, but many fans are getting a tease of what the film might entail thanks pictures of the cast on set, who have been filming in Italy.

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Those are just some of the many set pictures that have come to light. Just from seeing the dazzling fashion, this is a film VALLEY cannot wait to see. The acting of course will be sensational thanks to the star-studded cast that includes actors such as Jared Leto, Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons.

“House of Gucci” is due to be in theaters later this year in November.

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