I mean why he found me attractive just completely moves me," she laughed, adding, "We were in the middle of this scene and I remember he kissed me and he wasn't scripted to kiss me and I was sort of like, 'Uh, was that real or was that fake? And that was fine by me."BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - NOVEMBER 06: Singer Lady Gaga performs onstage during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2011 live show at the Odyssey Arena on November 6, 2011 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Producer Lauren Shuler-Donner sought Channing Tatum to be her new Gambit.With a young General Stryker showing up in the seventies during Days Of Future Past, bearing no relation to Danny Huston's villain in that film, the steps have been taken to completely isolate that film from the mythology.This would be a bigger step in that direction, since the X-Men films reportedly move into the eighties in X-Men: Apocalypse, and director Bryan Singer is interested in using the character during a time period where, technically, Kitsch should still be able to play him.And Kitsch isn't exactly the sort of major star that would turn down a role in a 2016 blockbuster.Speaking to Total Film while promoting X-Men: Days Of Future Past, Shuler-Donner confirmed that she's still interested in Deadpool, X-Force and Gambit "It is Channing, yes, yes.He's a rogue, he's a rascal, just like Remy Le Beau.
Taylor Kitsch, who played Gambit in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Kitsch only got a small amount of screen time, in a terrible terrible movie, but he stood out amongst the noise and clatter of that ridiculous film that has been mostly forgotten by producers.
And Tatum responded in kind, hoping that he would be the choice.
And it appears that after a few months, it is legit: Channing Tatum is Gambit, the Ragin' Cajun, signed, sealed, delivered.
He is extremely strange, actually, and we complement each other's weirdness," she told De Generes of the "Chicago Fire" star.
"That's actually one of the first things he ever said to me. Seuss quote, that you find in someone else a 'compatible weirdness.' And it was one of the first things he said to me." "I looked ridiculously crazy ...