Channing Tatum Is Still Urging Marvel to Make His X-Men Movie

Channing Tatum opened up about his X-Men movie that was never made and his push for Marvel Studios to adopt the project.
Channing Tatum"s X-Men Hopes MarvelIn talking with Vanity Fair, Channing Tatum revealed that he"s still interested in his X-Men movie based on Gambit and still calls Marvel "every once in a while."
Tatum reportedly spent four years developing a described "raunchy stand-alone" Gambit film with his producing partner, Reid Carolin. 
Fox was expected to release Gambit in 2020, but that all came to an end when, as the actor explained, "It got swallowed up into Disney by way of Marvel when they bought Fox..." 
Tatum also acknowledged that his film"s tone was likely "far from what they [Disney] wanted to do:"
“... and ultimately I just think that the tone of the movie we wanted to make was very far from what they wanted to do—or, you know, maybe they’re waiting to see how they do it with us or without us."
Lastly, while the Magic Mike star knows the odds are against his Gambit film, he confessed that he still calls Marvel "every once in a while:"
"We call every once in a while, but we’ve got to spiritually, emotionally, kind of mentally let it go.”
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