In an interview with GQ, Guwop revealed that his future plans include a new movie with Harmony Korine, the filmmaker who directed Gucci in 2012's Spring Breakers. The film's working title is The Trap, and will costar Benicio del Toro, Al Pacino, and James Franco (who also appeared in Spring Breakers). "[Korine is] super creative," Gucci said. "Me and him work good together because we just freestyle shit, both of us don’t have no rigid mind state when we bring something to life. I love to act. It was just a great experience being in Spring Breakers, and it was just the beginning.” Gucci also hopes to have The Spot, a long-delayed film he produced and acted in, released by the end of 2016. You can listen to the soundtrack here, though.
Delantic, Gucci's impending clothing line, will look "somewhere between Supreme and Vetements," according to Gucci's partner and 300 Management co-founder Todd Moscowitz. Gucci said he wants the clothes to be “Exclusive. Super trend. Super hip. Well made. Well crafted. Something that you be proud to spend your money on, and when you get it you really got a collectors item.”
Finally, Gucci has also signed a book deal with Simon & Schuster, although no other details have been revealed. Perhaps we have another revelatory prison memoir from a rap great to look forward to? The FADER has reached out to Simon & Schuster for comment.
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