The Gentlemen by Guy Ritchie twists the first "Weed" poster


While dozens of artists are busy dying for their approach to the movie poster art, the public relations team in charge of THE GENTLEMEN by Guy Ritchie is arriving on Thursday and has completely changed the game. STXfilms today presented a new poster for THE GENTLEMEN that, no joke, was made using the cannabis plant as a means to create images of the film's cast. I can't help thinking that if Matthew McConaughey was here right now, he would be saying "Well, that's fine, it's fine."

For the new impression, STXfilms commissioned artist Zach Fernández, also known as Jesushands, who is a self-taught multimedia artist and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, California. According to today's press release, art became a cornerstone of his life at an early age as a form of communication during his turbulent childhood. Jesushands is famous for an artistic installation executed on New Year's Day 2017, when he only altered the Hollywood sign to say Hollyweed. Since then, he launched his own legal cannabis brand, titled Hollyweed by Jesushands, debuting in the cannabis licensed B2B HALL OF FLOWERS, in 2019. Jesushands continues to participate in several art exhibitions and installations in Los Angeles, highlighting the surrounding culture. cannabis and art, something he coined to be "Pot Art". He is also a dedicated music producer.

You can see the new Jesushands poster for THE GENTLEMEN below:

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Here is the official synopsis of THE GENTLEMEN:

From the writer / director Guy Ritchie comes THE GENTLEMEN, a sophisticated action comedy full of stars. THE GENTLEMEN follows the American expatriate Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) who built a highly profitable marijuana empire in London. When word spreads that he is looking to get money out of business forever, plots, schemes, bribes and blackmail are triggered in an attempt to steal his domain (presenting a set of stars that includes Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Michelle Dockery , Jeremy Strong, Eddie Marsan, Colin Farrell and Hugh Grant).

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Never in my life had I thought "Man, I would love to snatch the poster from the movie on the wall, break it and turn it into a Swisher Sweets cigarette", and yet, here we are, standing on the cliff. of the progress of the movie poster. Oh, how nice it is to live in Canada, where the grass is regulated and legal.

What do you think about the new Jesushands grass poster for THE GENTLEMEN? Would you also like to scrape a small piece of the lower half into your paraphernalia of choice, or is it simply a trick that only works like a laugh and nothing else? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

THE GENTLEMEN, as directed and co-written by Guy Ritchie with Ivan Atkinson and Marn Davies, will swell, swell, go to theaters from January 24.


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