Michelle Dockery and Hugh Grant are among the stars who are transformed into their scheming counterparts in the character posters for Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen,
The Downton Abbey star flashes her cleavage in a plunging black blazer as her character, while Hugh Grant transforms into the dodgy dealer Fletcher.
The film centres around a drug lord who tries to sell off his highly profitable marijuana empire to a dynasty of billionaires and is set for release in the UK on 1st January 2020.
New look: Michelle Dockery (left) and Hugh Grant are among the stars who are transformed into their scheming counterparts in the character posters for Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen
In her poster, Michelle is every inch the glamorous siren in a plunging black double-breasted blazer and a statement red lip.
Meanwhile Hugh sports a grey scruff and tinted brown glasses along with brown leather jacket, which is a far cry from the actor's usually suave appearance.
Matthew McConaughey, who plays the film's lead Mickey Pearson, also features prominently on a poster, alongside his co-stars Henry Golding, Charlie Hunnam and Colin Farrell.
Suave: Matthew McConaughey - who plays the lead Mickey Pearson - also features prominently in his poster
Leading males: Henry Golding (left) and Charlie Hunnam (right) are also transformed in their characters for the gangster film, which is directed by Guy Ritchie
90s style: Colin Farrell is also set to appear in the film, which revolves around a marijuana empire
Plotting: The film marks director Guy's return to the gangster crime genre, after earning huge box office success with Aladdin
Gangster's paradise: As Guy Ritchie preps to release new film The Gentlemen in early 2020, the first trailer has dropped - featuring its stellar cast [pictured Michelle Dockery]
These first look posters come after fans got their first glimpse at Guy's return to the gangster genre through the film's first trailer last month.
Perhaps most surprising about the trailer are Michelle and Hugh, as they are transformed into characters a far cry from