House of Gucci is an American crime comedy film based on the true story of Patrizia Reggiani after the murder of his husband, Maurizio Gucci in 1995. The movie has been directed by Ridley Scott that depicts the true events from Patrizia’s life based on a 2001 book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed written by Sara Gay Forden. Lady Gaga as Patrizia is the main star of this movie who is playing the role of assassinator of her ex-husband and grandson of Gucci fashion founder, Guccio Gucci. The film is scheduled to release in Cinemas on 24 November 2021 but where can you watch it at home?
Is House of Gucci on Netflix?
House of Gucci is not available to watch on Netflix right now but there are some similar crime documentary movies as Making a Murderer, The Staircase, Abducted in Plain Sight, Team Foxcatcher, American Murder: The Family Next Door, The Fear of 13, Amanda Knox, Trial 4 etc.
Can I watch House of Gucci on Amazon Prime?
No, House of Gucci will not be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video after it’s official launch in US cinemas on 24 Nov 2021. However, you can enjoy watching similar documentaries like Dear Zachary: A Letter To A Son About His Father, Buzzfeed Unsolved: True Crime, H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer, The Perfect Victim, Becoming Evil: Serial Killers, I Don’t Like Mondays, etc.
Where to watch House of Gucci?
House of Gucci will be released on 24 November 2021 in US cinemas and on 26 Nov 2021 in UK theatres so viewers can watch the movie by visiting theatres on the same date. After that, it will also be available to stream on Prime Video according to CNN. Additionally, viewers can stream it on Paramount+ and EPIX as per Deadline.
The official trailer has been released by MGM that shows a promising ride filled with thriller, suspense, betrayal, murder, and family power. This movie highlights the true buildings and places to depict the sensational true story of Gucci dynasty. Patrizia was convicted in 1998 for the order of her ex husband’s murder and sentenced to 29 years of imprisonment. However, according to Vogue UK, she ended up serving 18 years in prison before being released in 2016.