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If the idea of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Channing Tatum teaming up to star in a raunchy, R-rated musical comedy sounds like the greatest time ever, today is your lucky day!
Personally, I love these stories of failed auditions by successful actors. It doesn’t really hurt Channing Tatum that he’s not in Fast & Furious. But it’s fun to wonder what the series might have looked like if Tatum was trading lines with Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and The Rock.
While it’s far from a sure thing that there will even be a >Magic Mike 3 that hasn’t stopped Channing Tatum from doing a little dream casting for himself. He's got his eye on one actor in particular.
Watch Channing Tatum prove that he’s a triple threat in a new clip from the Coen Brothers’ upcoming film Hail, Caesar!
Channing Tatum is no stranger to dancing on screen. He began his journey to stardom 2006’s Step Up. He’s even given us choreography without most of his clothes in the Magic Mike movies. His newest film, was something entirely different.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been humming along for years, it was actually Fox who started the comic book movie boom with the first X-Men film. In recent years the studio has begun to look at ways to continue and expand the mutant universe.
But what’s the Gambit film going to be about? Who is it going to star? Who has been put in charge of making it? We answer all of those questions and more in this latest installment of our What We Know So Far guides. Read on and learn!
Movie stars make a lot of money. This isn’t exactly news. However, when movies bring in hundreds of millions of dollars, if not billions, it’s difficult to say that they’re not worth it. Still, not every movie is a hit, or even a big enough hit to justify some of these salaries.
While most of the cast of the original Magic Mike returned for the sequel, one actor, noticeably absent from the follow-up was Alex Pettyfer, who played “The Kid” in the original film.
s popular as superhero movies are, finding a director for one is apparently far from easy. Channing Tatum has been working on making a Gambit movie for years. He’s had pretty much everything he needed except a director.
The shot in question comes at a minute and a half in the trailer and shows four men standing together. They’re mostly covered up but three of the four are recognizable because we’ve seen enough of them, and because they are named in the trailer.
The clock is ticking on finding a new director for Gambit after Rupert Wyatt exited the project, but now it appears that have three finalists that are up for the job.
Fox’s Gambit isn’t the first film — nor the first superhero film — to lose its director, but it was nonetheless disconcerting when Rupert Wyatt dropped out. So who would be an interesting enough name to man the helm on the Channing Tatum pic? The latest buzz is forming around Doug Liman.
Apparently, Gambit has 99 problems, but Rogue ain’t one — which totally blows. Following the news that Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt dropped out of the solo Gambit film for Fox, Anna Paquin has come out to confirm that she will not be reprising her role in the film. Talk about a missed opportunity.
We first learned about Channing Tatum's desire to play Evel Knievel on the big screen all the way back in 2012, but only now does it seem like that particular dream is being realized. And now that the movie seems to be getting some traction, the 21 Jump Street starring is preparing for his performance by learning a new skill...
The Channing Tatum-fronted superhero flick Gambit can't catch a break. The latest hurdle it has to clear is a significant loss, too, as the director has reportedly jumped ship.
The long dormant Evel Knieval biopic may finally have a director, and Darren Aronofsky is the name that's being whispered around town. Read on to see why this is a good thing.
For the last couple of years Tatum has been pushing hard to make a Gambit movie happen, with himself in the role of the cajun mutant. Then, this past week there was a media explosion over reports that he was on his way off the project.
While the Ghostbusters franchise relaunches next year with an impressive lineup of funny female talent, reports of a subsequent guy-centric counterpart film came and went… until they came back again. Now, writer Drew Pearce, who is attached to the franchise spinoff, straightens the record on the project’s alleged man-filled mandate.
The will we, won't we game around a potential Chris Pratt/Channing Ghostbusters continues, and according to the latest word, it sounds like the project is going to happen.