Lady Gaga returned to the film : she plays a “black widow” in the upcoming film by Ridley Scott

Lady Gaga de retour au cinéma : elle jouera une "veuve noire" dans le prochain film de Ridley Scott

Lady Gaga to return at the cinema ? It should be in the casting of the next film by Ridley Scott

After A Star Is Born, Lady Gaga will soon be back to the cinema. The singer and also now actress will play the “black widow” Patrizia Reggiani, who had been convicted of having ordered the assassination of her ex-husband, heir to Gucci. And it is the talented Ridley Scott who is the lead behind the camera.

Lady Gaga back on the big screen

With his incredible interpretation in A Star Is Born, and with Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga showed that, in addition to singing, she knows how to play. Normal, therefore, that the artist is back in the cinema. As announced in Variety, it will be in the next feature film directed by Ridley Scott, who has films such as Alien, Gladiator, Thelma and Louise, Blade Runner , or even American Gangster.

The project should be based on the novel The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed (The house of Gucci : a sensational story of murder, madness, glamour and greed) of Sara Gay Forden, released in 2001. The book told the inquiry on Patrizia Reggiani, who was convicted of having ordered the murder of her ex husband Maurizio Gucci (the grandson of the founder of the Gucci brand).

She will play Patrizia

This is Patrizia Reggiani that Lady Gaga will embody. A role of “black widow” so for the singer that would have plated sound engineer and would be again single. For those of you who were too young at the time, know that Maurizio Gucci, the heir of the famous Italian fashion house, had left his wife Patrizia Reggiani in 1985 for a younger woman. He had been found dead in 1995, killed by a kill from the left.

Patrizia Reggiani was then accused of having ordered the murder. Sentenced to 26 years in prison, she is finally emerged from behind bars in 2016, after 17 years locked up, for good conduct.

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