X-Men Spinoff Gambit Lead Offered To Lea Seydoux

Posted: Aug 25 2015, 10:42am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

 
X-Men Spinoff Gambit Lead Offered to Lea Seydoux
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Channing Tatum has already been selected as the male lead in the movie.

Lea Seydoux has just been offered a chance to star alongside Channing Tatum. She can play lead in fox’s Rupert Wyatt directed X-Men spinoff called ‘Gambit’. Rupert Wyatt has also directed Fox’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes as well.

The lead offered to Lea has been a contested one for the role of Belladonna Boudreaux aka Bella. As production had to be started the studio shortlisted a few names.

These include Lea Seydoux, Mad Max: Fury Road’s Abbey Lee and Rebecca Ferguson of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.

Now the role of Belladonna in Gambit will go to Lea. She has moved from the racy Cannes Sensation Blue Is the Warmest Color to the 007 film Spectre.

In the X-Men spinoff, Bella was basically Gambit’s childhood love. But eventually she got powers of her own and became the head of the Assassins Guild. Gambit on the other hand was the head of the Thieves Guild.

The script of the movie has been written by Josh Zetumer. It is based on a treatment by Gambit co-creator Chris Claremont. Deadline first reported about the casting of Lea Seydoux.

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