Interestingly, Tatum was one of the actors being considered to play Gambit when that character was still part of X-Men: The Last Stand.
Gambit was originally supposed to debut in the fall of this year, but production delays have pushed back the timeline.In fairness, not much in the movie got love, but Kitsch neither looked nor, more importantly, sounded the part, which made swapping him out for Tatum an easy choice.Back in 2014, Tatum said he’d “do anything” to be in one of the upcoming Marvel movies.Charming though he may be, it’s tough to know just when Gambit is being totally honest - assuming he ever is.Channing Tatum will adopt the glowing (yet still dreamy) eyes of Remy Le Beau, aka Gambit, for the character’s second cinematic appearance.Scale buildings and beasts with your trusty grappling hook.
, the action movie about the card-wielding member of the X-Men, will debut next fall, Fox announced Monday.
The upcoming film, which will star Channing Tatum as the titular Cajun and is the latest in a very long line of X-Men movies by 20th Century Fox, will premiere Oct.
First of all, they removed the film from their upcoming film slate, leaving it in a state of limbo.
His weapons of choice are ordinary playing cards, which he charges and hurls at his enemies, but when a more up close and personal approach is called for, he wields his bo staff with ruthless efficiency.
His past is full of many, many shady deeds (hey, he’s a thief, after all), which makes it difficult for the X-Men, most notably Wolverine, to really trust him after they join forces.
" doesn't take ten years but it takes a little honing to get that tone and that voice exactly right," he says.