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Avengers: Endgame star Chris Hemsworth reveals that he almost scored a very different superhero role, Gambit in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
When Gambit returns home to New Orleans as King of Marvel's Thieves Guild, he realizes he's been dethroned - by one of his oldest enemies!
Disney, who now officially owns the X-Men movie rights, leaves the often-delayed Gambit movie starring Channing Tatum off its release schedule.
Gambit has yet to receive a fair shake on the big screen, but Wolverine: The Lost Trail aims to give him his due in the realm of podcast radio drama.
Previous Gambit director, Rupert Wyatt, reveals at SXSW the original plans that were in place for the long-awaited standalone X-Men adventure.
Former Gambit director Rupert Wyatt reveals that plans for the Channing Tatum film were derailed after the failure of Josh Trank's Fantastic Four.
According to X-Men producer Lauren Shuler Donner, Gambit, X-Force, and Kitty Pryde are effectively on pause until after the Disney acquisition.
Channing Tatum has been attached to star in Gambit for years and now reportedly may direct the solo movie himself - if it actually happens.
Disney will release all completed Fox movies following their January 1st, 2019 deal date. But what about movies that haven't yet started?
Exclusive: Producer of the X-Men franchise, Simon Kinberg, reveals a list of films which will serve as inspirations for their planned Gambit movie.
20th Century Fox has delayed the release dates for the upcoming films X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Alita: Battle Angel and its X-Men spinoff Gambit.
Long-time X-Men film producer and Dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg teases Gambit starring Channing Tatum, says it will be a romantic-comedy film.
A surprising new rumor claims Fox is still planning to begin filming on the X-Men spinoff Gambit, this time in early 2019, but is it really likely?
Eight superhero movies were released in 2018, but there's several more that were originally scheduled that have since been delayed or canceled.
The X-Men Rogue and Gambit are just trying to enjoy their honeymoon, but will also have to compete with her former lover - Deadpool.
Channing Tatum has been attached to star in a Gambit movie for years, but the film has not made any real progress since. So, is it still happening?
Fox brings an X-Men movie presentation to CineEurope 2018 and confirms the Gambit spinoff is still planned for release in 2019 with Channing Tatum.
Channing Tatum's Gambit movie is moving forward, hopefully naming a new director soon and starting filming later this summer.
Plot details are unknown. The film will be a solo vehicle for the popular X-Men character Gambit (Tatum), and reboot the "Ragin' Cajun" for the big screen, undoing what was established in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine.