Deadpool 2 is moving closer to Avengers: Infinity War. Fox has moved the film up two weeks from June 1 to May 18 this year, taking it out of the second weekend for Solo: A Star Wars Story and placing it in the third weekend for Marvel Studios’ massive team-up film. That is just one of three […]
Filmmaker Gore Verbinski has exited the Channing Tatum X-Men spinoff, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Verbinski is just one of a number of directors who have been attached (and then left) the project. Verbinski joined the movie in October following departures of Rupert Wyatt in October 2015 and Doug Liman in August 2016.
Lizzy Caplan is in talks to join the cast of “Gambit,” Variety has learned. The “Masters of Sex” star will play the female lead in the superhero movie. Details of her part are being kept under wraps.
Gambit always was known for being a romantic, so it’s only appropriate that his movie is opening on Valentine’s Day. 20th Century Fox has set a Feb. 14, 2019 release date for Gambit, the X-Men spinoff starring Channing Tatum. Fox’s Deadpool opened to big numbers over Valentine’s Day weekend in 2016.
Gambit is closing in on a new captain. Gore Verbinski, the director behind the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films, is in talks to direct Gambit.
At the UK Premiere of Logan Lucky Channing Tatum told us that the Marvel movie of Gambit is now being rewritten following the success of R-Rated films such as Deadpool and Logan.
Brandon Davis was able to snag Tatum for a brief question after the actor appeared at San Diego Comic-Con. It was there ComicBook asked if the actor was still playing Gambit, and here’s what the actor had to say: “Yeah, of course. We’re working on it right now.”
“It is. It is. I don’t have any news on that but there’s still a desire and a passionate interest to see that movie made.”
CinemaBlend Events Editor Eric Eisenberg recently spoke with X-Men overseers Simon Kinberg and Hutch Parker about James Mangold’s Logan, and the state of multiple X-Men movies. When we brought up Gambit, Kinberg confirmed to us: “In terms of Gambit, that’s a movie that we’re still developing very actively, and Channing [Tatum] is incredibly committed to […]
The X-Men spinoff currently has neither a release date nor a director, but producer Lauren Shuler Donner insists that Gambit is still happening. Should we believe her? Channing Tatum is still attached to play Gambit in a standalone #XMen movie, Lauren Shuler Donner told press in the scrum #TCA17 — Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) January 12, […]
A reboot of the diminishing mutant movie series is in the works as Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine heads for retirement and a studio’s $4 billion franchise sits in flux.
Doug Liman is no longer directing Gambit. The Mr. and Mrs. Smith director has moved off Twentieth Century Fox’s X-Men spin-off, which still has Channing Tatum attached to star. Insiders tell The Hollywood Reporter the studio is still intent on starting production in January and has Josh Zetumer on writing duties. A source describes split […]
He was then asked about the status of Gambit, which according to Kinberg isn’t as far away from filming as some previously thought. “We have a great script on that and hope to shoot that movie at the beginning of spring of next year.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Liman is in negotiations to fill the void left by Oscar winner Robert Zemeckis’ departure from Lionsgate’s post-apocalyptic film project. The plan is to begin production this fall, making it the second project Liman will have lined up to make this year as filming on Gambit was delayed to late […]
It looks like fans of X-Men character Gambit are going to have to wait a little bit longer to see Channing Tatum don the trademark trenchcoat for Fox’s big-screen take on the Marvel mutant. Gambit was to have begun production in the first quarter of this year but rewrites have pushed the start of the […]
Gambit will no longer arrive in theaters on it’s planned October 7th release date, and while a new release date has not been announced, Fox has slated two mystery Marvel projects for October 6, 2017, and January 12, 2018. The first film will face off against Andy Serkis‘ The Jungle Book: Origins, while the second […]