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Archive for the ‘RocknRolla’ Category
  M.   June 25, 2008

Guy Ritchie is back in his old stomping ground with RocknRolla. The Lock, Stock… and Snatch director has returned to the world of dodgy dealers, shady scams and back-stabbing that made his name, with a story of a tale of Russian mobsters running amok in the Big Smoke.

Featuring Gerard Butler, Thandie Newton, Jeremy Piven, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Tom Wilkinson, The Wire‘s Idris Elba and Gemma Arterton amongst the cast, the film is out on 5th September but Empire has the world exclusive look at the first trailer for you right here, right now.

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RocknRolla (2008): Trailer Captures

  Riikka   March 26, 2008

After taking five years post-Snatch to return to the seedy underbelly of London crime with Revolver, director Guy Ritchie is planning a much quicker turnaround after his next film, RocknRolla. That’s according to his new lead actress Thandie Newton, who revealed to MTV News that the director is intent on turning his latest drama into a trilogy of films – and on doing it fast.

RocknRolla is one of three films and Guy’s keen to get going on that straight away,” Newton enthused. “[The second and third films in the series] are going to be excellent. I can’t wait.

“We shot incredibly quickly [on the first]. There were three weeks pre-production,” Newton added of her thoughts on how quickly the crime story could begin shooting. “He just gets on with it. He absolutely does not see challenges as intimidating.”

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