Guy Ritchie has tapped some major talent to star in his new crime drama.
Toff Guys has added Colin Farrell and Michelle Dockery to its cast. The news of the casting was confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter.
The two have joined the previously announced Henry Golding, Hugh Grant, Jeremy Strong, and Matthew McConaughey. The crime drama follows a businessman, played by McConaughey, who has built a very profitable drug empire but now wants to cash out.
Michelle Dockery, best known for Downton Abbey has been tapped to replace Kate Beckinsale as the businessmen’s wife. Farrell will play a character named Coach, a man who trains MMA fighters. Golding is on board as a Vietnamese gangster and Grant as a blackmailing.
Ritchie is directing the feature from a script that he co-wrote with Marn Davies and Ivan Atkinson. Production is currently underway in England.
You can see Farrell next in Disney’s live-action remake of Dumbo, which opens March 29.