There has been a lot of talk about a potential new Ghostbusters movie for many years now and, just like a bus, it seems that two are coming along at once. While the female led Ghostbusters movie is currently filming, there is another Ghostbusters movie in development, with Channing Tatum on board. Channing has now given a brief update on the new Ghostbusters project.
Tatum was a guest on The Howard Stern Show, when he explained to the host, "That thing’s gotten messy, I gotta be honest. There’s a lot of people doing a lot of things on Ghostbusters… Yeah. I don’t know, is the answer."
As well as speaking about his new Ghostbusters project, Channing Tatum also went on to talk about his old movie G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, which hit the big screen in 2009. Channing says that he was not a fan of the movie but was forced into doing it.
Tatum said, "I’ll be honest. I fucking hate that movie," adding that the only reason he did the film was because he was contractually obligated to do so. He also admitted that he disliked the script for the film and took a fairy big pay check for it.
As for his upcoming movie projects, while the Ghostbusters movie is still in development, Channing Tatum has plenty more projects coming our way. The most exciting project would have to be the fact that Channing will play the role of Gambit in the X-Men movies, with the Gambit standalone movie set to hit the big screen on October 7, 2016.