X-Men franchise producer Simon Kinberg confirms that the Channing Tatum-headlined Gambit spinoff film is still moving forward.
Marvel's Rogue and Gambit are officially an item once more in their solo comic series - but can they make it out of their mission alive?
Gambit gets a new filming start date, indicating 20th Century Fox is still moving forward with Channing Tatum's X-Men universe film.
With X-Men: Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants both delayed to 2019 for reshoots, we take a look at the current state of the X-Men movie franchise.
Fox will release three X-Men films in 2019 and 2020 as the studio isn't slowing production on their Marvel films despite the looming Disney sale.
20th Century Fox sets new release dates for David Leitch's Deadpool 2, Josh Boone's New Mutants, and Gambit following Gore Verbinski's departure.
The long-awaited Gambit solo movie has once again hit a snag on the way to production, this time losing director Gore Verbinski.
Twentieth Century Fox's Gambit movie starring Channing Tatum sets a Spring 2018 start date for filming in New Orleans, Louisiana.
In issue one of Marvel's Rogue and Gambit comic, Rogue gets down to it, and reveals whether long-time love Gambit is a better kisser than Deadpool.
The upcoming Gambit movie hires another high-profile crew member, bringing in veteran MCU stunt coordinator Thomas Robinson Harper.
A new casting call for the Gambit movie teases the arrival of the villainous Bandit — the brother of the original Night Thrasher.
The Gambit production budget is reportedly $155 million, with filming on the X-Men spinoff set to begin in New Orleans next March.
Channing Tatum's X-Men spinoff movie Gambit is going to take a little bit longer to start filming with the start of production pushed to March.