Gambit Sets 2019 Release Date


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Gambit starring Channing Tatum has had a troubled history, but the standalone X-Men movie appears to be back on track.

Finally. It looks like the gears on Twentieth Century Fox's long-awaited Gambit production have started to roll, because the studio has finally given the project a release date.

Mark your calendars (in mechanical pencil, maybe, rather thank ink) for February 14, 2019 as the date to see Remy Le Beau step up to movie lead.

The project had successfully sealed the deal with Gore Verbinski and with the Pirates of the Caribbean director set to helm the project, the studio chose to pin a date for Gambit.

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Gambit doesn't have a release date.

Created by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee in 1990, Gambit, a New Orleans native mutant, quickly became a fan favorite due to his kinetic energy manipulation abilities and penchant for stealing.

Tatum has always been attached to play the New Orleans-based superhero, who was portrayed by Taylor Kitsch (Friday Night Lights) in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Original director Rupert Wyatt left over budgetary disagreements and his replacement Doug Liman dropped out of the production because he "never found a personal connection" to the film.

Next year is going to be a pivotal year for Fox's X-Men franchise with new Mutants, Deadpool 2 and X-Men: Dark Phoenix all set for release.