Guy Ritchie is set to write and direct a TV series based on action-comedy film "The Gentlemen" for Miramax TV.
Ivan Atkinson and Marv Davies, who produced the 2019 film, are on board to executive produce, reported by Deadline.
Plot details are yet to be disclosed by the production house but the original film centered on marijuana kingpin Mickey Pearson (played by Matthew McConaughey) and his efforts to divest himself from his criminal business, resulting in a variety of plotting and blackmail attempts from his would-be successors.
Casting details for the series are also under wraps. The 2019 "The Gentlemen" film starred McConaughey alongside Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Michelle Dockery, Jeremy Strong, Eddie Marsan, and Hugh Grant, among others.
The announcement marks another attempt by Miramax TV to mine its extensive film library for new content.
The company previously announced plans for a TV version of the 1997 science-fiction film "Mimic," directed by Paul WS Anderson, though neither film-to-TV adaptation has found a network (or streaming) home.