Guy Richie has been rumored to be planning on making his latest film 'RocknRolla' to be the first of a three set feature films.
Guy Richie, the director husband of pop legend Madonna, has been reported to be planning to make his latest action thriller "RocknRolla" a three set of feature films. MTV Movies Blog broke out the speculations following an interview with the film's lead actress Thandie Newton.
On the occasion, the co-star of Terrence Howard and Matt Dillon in "Crash" revealed that the action film penned, produced and helmed by Richie is the first of the trilogy set to be made by the "Revolver" director. "'RocknRolla' is one of three films and Guy's keen to get going on that straight away," explained the 35-year-old actress. "[The second and third films in the series] are going to be excellent. I can't wait."
Richie's "RocknRolla" follows the story of a group of crooked people who try to land a lucrative deal with a Russian mobster. Set to be released on October 31, 2008, the Warner Bros. Pictures' film was being described as "a game of follow the money" by Newton. It also features Gerard Butler, Tom Wilkinson and Ludacris.