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The "21 Jump Street" star is official as the Cajun mutant in a solo film set in Fox's "X-Men" universe.
Leaked e-mails reveal that Sony is working on a mash-up of the two comedy franchises, with Phil Lord & Chris Miller producing and possibly directing.
The long-mused "Gambit" film is reportedly officially in motion, with a screenwriter hired and Channing Tatum on board to star and produce.
The "Book of Life" star gives an update on the status of Remy LeBeau’s solo mutant movie.
Attendees enjoyed a first look at "Dawn of Justice," "Jupiter Ascending," and "Fury Road," plus an hour of Stephen Colbert and "The Hobbit" cast & crew.
Nearing a deal to join Fox’s X-Men franchise, Channing Tatum makes it clear he wants Gambit to stand out first as a solo act.
Despite earlier reports, Channing Tatum hasn’t yet signed on to appear in "X-Men: Apocalypse," but he assures fans, "we’re on the one-yard line."
Did X-Men franchise producer Lauren Shuler Donner make a major casting announcement, or simply reiterate what we already knew?
With superstar Channing Tatum interested, is a major motion picture in the cards for the X-Men's Raging Cajun? If so, SPINOFF ONLINE has a few potential story ideas.
Teasing that he’s already working on the Cajun accent, Channing Tatum says, “If the stars align, I would die to play” Gambit.
"X-Men" franchise producer Lauren Shuler Donner confesses, “I’m dying to do a Gambit movie with Channing Tatum.”
Columbia Pictures debuted the first footage from "White House Down," director Roland Emmerich's new film starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, as well as the first official trailer.
Starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as a pair of mismatched cops who go undercover at a local high school, the highly quotable and blissfully self-aware "21 Jump Street" could just be the funniest movie of the year.
"21 Jump Street" stars Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube and Rob Riggle and Phil Lord and Chris Miller discuss their take on the 80s TV series, improvisation and the influence Hill's mother had on production.