For far better or for even worse, fulfill Mr. as well as Mrs. Gucci.A that went down Thursdayoffered a peek of and at work as Maurizio Gucci and also Italian socialite Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott’s (in theaters Nov. 24). The trailer provides all the glitz and also prestige you ‘d anticipate from the Italian style home in the ’90s, total with the pair’s lavish wedding event, extravagant lifestyle and something a lot more sinister: murder.
“It was a name that appeared so sweet, so seductive, associated with riches, style, power, but that name was a curse as well,” states Gaga’s Reggiani, that in reality was convictedof orchestrating the assassination of Maurizio, her ex-husband and head of the Gucci style house.
“I do not consider myself to be an especially ethical individual,” Gaga adds to the song of “Heart Of Glass” by Blondie. “But I am reasonable.”
Reggiani served 16 years behind bars for managing the murder.
“You chose a real firecracker,” teases Jared Leto, that looks indistinguishable as a husky Paolo Gucci. (Leto informed in May that his “full change” for the role took “around five hours of prosthetics every early morning.”) Chauffeur’s Maurizio Gucci concurs that Reggiani is indeed “a handful.”
“Home of Gucci” features a star-studded actors, including Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, Camille Cottin, Jack Huston, Reeve Carney and Salma Hayek.Watch the trailer
below: In April, Patrizia
Gucci, among Maurizio’s second relatives, voiced issue that the movie surpasses the headline-grabbing true-crime story and also pries right into the private lives of the Guccio Gucci successors. (Guccio Gucci established the high-end fashion residence that bears his name nearly a century ago in Florence.)
“We are truly let down. I speak on behalf of the family members,”Patrizia Gucci told the Associated Press. “They are stealing the identification of a household to earn a profit, to increase the income of the Hollywood system … Our family has an identification, personal privacy. We can discuss everything. There is a borderline that can not be gone across.”
Contributing: Brian Truitt, The Associated Press