Does The Gentlemen Movie Have A Post-Credits Scene?

We reveal whether Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen has a post-credits scene or other credits tease.

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Matthew McConaughey Kept Bespoke Cashmere Suits Worn in 'The Gentlemen'

Grant and his crew, while set designer Gemma Jackson ordered 365 fake cannabis plants. Known for his...

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‘The Gentlemen’ is a lackluster gangster film

Known for his 1998 crime comedy “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels,” Guy Ritchie took a decade-long break from the gangster films that made him. An...

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‘The Gentlemen’: Leading men do some bleeding in funny crime thriller

From the moment a main character enters a pub, orders a pint and a pickled egg — and a shot rings...

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A Drug Kingpin Worries Over His Imminent Regicide In 'The Gentlemen'

The Gentlemen (a right bollocks title, that) feels like an unofficial sequel to Lock, Stock, and Two...

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‘The Gentlemen’ Film Review: Guy Ritchie Gets His Mojo Back in a Tale That Recalls His Early...

The first line in “The Gentlemen” is spoken by Matthew McConaughey’s Mickey Pearce, a smartly...

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The best and worst Matthew McConaughey movies, definitively ranked (including 'The Gentlemen')

McConaughey's latest takes him to the other side of the pond for an action-packed crime comedy: In...

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Movie: "Gentlemen," "Turning," "Last Full Measure," Found Footage ...

Writer/director Guy Ritchie brings his deft and droll touch to "The Gentlemen," an action comedy...

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Review: 'The Gentlemen' Is Not Nearly as Classy as Advertised

His latest, The Gentlemen, is a shotgun wedding between the brash verve of his earlier pictures and...

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The Gentlemen : Return of the Hilarious Gangster Caper

He started well, with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, then moved on to one of my favorite films...

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‘The Gentlemen’ review: Lock, stock and a barrel of bloody good fun

“The Gentlemen” is a movie made by a filmmaker clearly very pleased with himself. Like “Lock,...

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Guy Ritchie’s ‘The Gentlemen’ preaches toxic retro-masculinity

Guy Ritchie’s honor-among-thieves meta-caper “The Gentlemen,” with Matthew McConaughey, has all the...

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How Costume, Production Pros Used Class Style to Define Guy Ritchie’s ‘The Gentlemen’

For Guy Ritchie’s newest crime-meets-action film “The Gentlemen,” about an American drug kingpin...

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What to watch with your kids: ‘The Last Full Measure,’ ‘Party of Five’ and more

“The Gentlemen” is a Guy Ritchie-directed crime-action movie about a very cool drug supplier named...

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Review: Guy Ritchie is back, though not better than ever, with 'The Gentlemen'

The sartorial pleasures of a Guy Ritchie movie are nothing to scoff at, even when you can’t say the...

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‘Bad Boys for Life’ Drives a Jolly January at the Box Office

If so, thriller “The Turning” (Universal) and action comedy “The Gentlemen” (STX) will play a minor...

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The Gentlemen Is a Throwback Crime Caper With Some Throwback Racism

You could trace an arc of Guy Ritchie’s life through the gangster movies he has spent half his...

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