Ritchie will also be handling the production and direction of the film.
Matthew McConaughey, Kate Beckinsale and Crazy Rich Asians breakout Henry Golding have been set to star in Toff Guys, the new Guy Ritchie move that returns the director to his Lock, Stock and Snatch Brit gangster action roots. We'd expect the usual collection of motley characters and, with any luck, a collection of new faces and some of his old friends showing up. The movie concerns the collision of old-money European wealth and the modern marijuana industrial complex. It will focus on a British drug lord, who tries to cash out on his highly-profitable empire by selling it off to billionaires from Oklahoma.
McConaughey can next be seen in Steven Knight's thriller Serenity co-starring Anne Hathaway and Diana Lane.
Golding is having a massive year following his breakthrough role in the Warner Bros. hit "Crazy Rich Asians", which has already grossed more than $220 million worldwide.
Beckinsale is prepping to shoot TV series The Widow, while Henry Golding can now be seen in Paul Feig's A Simple Favor alongside Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick. Beckinsale is repped by UTA and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller.