What’s the movie about?
The movie focuses on Patrizia Reggiani (Gaga) and Maurizio Gucci (Driver) during the downfall of the Gucci family dynasty. It’s based on the book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed by Sara Gay Forden. Gaga’s character, Patrizia, was tried and convicted of ordering the assassination of her ex-husband and former head of the fashion house.
After Patrizia was released in 2016, a reporter asked her why she didn’t shoot Maurizio herself. She reportedly replied, “My eyesight is not so good. I didn’t want to miss.” Can’t you hear Gaga uttering that line?
Where is it filming?
The movie is shooting in Italy, of course. Filming began in Rome and later moved to the town of Gressoney, in the Italian Alps. Gaga and Driver were also seen filming in Milan, which you can see in the photo above.
When does it come out?
House of Gucci is expected to hit theaters on November 24, 2021, which is the fashion house’s 100th anniversary. Can’t wait.
Are there more pics?
Oh, yeah. Look at these photos of Driver lifting Gaga into a gondola and tell me they don’t have just as much chemistry as Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper once did. You can’t.
Want to see Lady Gaga in a wedding dress?
On April 8, Gaga was photographed shooting the film’s wedding scene outside a church in Rome. In the photos Gaga is seen in a stunning dress, topped with a gorgeous sheer veil.
From the side, you can better see Gaga’s intricate updo and the true power of that lace veil.
And here’s an even closer look:
House of Gucci has finished filming.
“That’s a wrap, Rid. #HouseOfGucci,” Gaga wrote in the caption of a photo of her fist-bumping director Ridley Scott.
The first posters are here.
Gaga looks stunning, naturally.
And now we have the trailer.
Another teaser just dropped
“Gucci needs new blood,” says Gaga, rather ominously, in this new teaser focusing on her connection to Adam Driver. Over the sound of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” (also used in the first trailer), we see the pair meet at a crowded nightclub and then get flashes of the drama to come. Gucci is like cake, we learn: Take one bite, you’ll want a bigger piece, then eventually the whole thing.