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X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine was released to theaters in May of 2009. Gambit was played by Taylor Kitsch.
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Taylor Kitsch
Born on April 8th, 1981 in Kelowna, British Columbia
Height 6' (1.83 m)
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Current Filmography :
    Almost Heroes 3D .... Sam
    The Pieces.....Kyle
    True Detectives (TV).....Paul Woodrugh
    The Normal Heart (TV Movie) .... Bruce Niles
    Lone Survivor .... Michael Murphy
    The Grand Seduction .... Dr. Lewis
    Savages .... Chon
    Battleship .... Lieutenant Alex Hopper
    John Carter of Mars .... John
    Bang Bang Club, The .... Carter
    X-Men Origins: Wolverine .... Gambit
    Gospel Hill .... Joel Herrod
    "Friday Night Lights" .... Tim Riggins
    The Covenant .... Pogue Parry
    Snakes on a Plane .... Kyle ... aka SoaP
    John Tucker Must Die .... Justin
    "Kyle XY" .... Male Camper
Other Jobs:
    Modeled for Diesel and Abercrombie & Fitch, along with many other magazines and ad companies.
Mini Bio:
    As a kid, Taylor grew up in Vancouver and until today, Taylor still lives there when he's not shooting Friday Night Lights in Austin, Texas. Growing up, he aspired to become an actor which eventually was the real reason behind his move to New York.
    In New York, Taylor pursued his dreams by studying the art of acting with coach Sheila Grey. Not too long after that, Taylor landed a role in the movie Pacific 121. After landing a role in that movie, Taylor's dreams finally started coming true. Taylor was casted in a few guest acting roles such as John Tucker Must Die, Snakes On A Plane and Kyle XY.
    Moving to New York in 2002 was the prize that Taylor received after being scouted by modeling scouts in Canada. Taylor was signed to IMG Models and became a regular face for the famous clothing lines, Abercrombie & Fitch and also Diesel. Taylor was also signed under Untitled Entertainment during his two years stay in the city.
    While Taylor was living in New York, he found time to become a certified personal trainer and nutritionist. In the year 2004, Taylor decided that it was time for him to move to Los Angeles to learn more about the acting course. Taylor stayed in Los Angeles for about eight months and did some print work with Nous Modeling Management.
    It wasn't too long until Taylor realized that he didn't want to be in Los Angeles. Taylor thought that things were running a little bit too fast for him, then making the decision to move back to Vancouver for the summer of 2005 to spend more time with his family. In 2006, Taylor the signed with Endeavour.
    What shot him to bigger fame was his role in the movie The Covenant, with actors Steven Strait, Toby Hemingway and Chace Crawford who were all already successful. In The Covenant, fans got to know who Taylor really is. Even though the movie wasn't as successful as people hoped it would be, Taylor became more recognized since acting in the movie. In the movie, fans also got to see a more fit and toned version of Taylor.
    Fortunately, after The Covenant, casting directors from the football teen drama, Friday Night Lights, saw the talent that Taylor had. They eventually hired Taylor to play the role of Tim Riggins, one of the Dillon Panthers' main players. In Friday Night Lights, Taylor managed to show his acting skills to fans and television critics who were very impressed with Taylor's acting skills.
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X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE MOVIE STILLS & PROMO PHOTOS
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OFFICIAL MTV VIDEOS
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Movie Trailers - Movies Blog
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OFFICIAL X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE DESKTOP WALLPAPER
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MAGAZINE ARTICLES PROMOTING X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
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OTHER TAYLOR KITSCH PHOTOS
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TAYLOR KITSCH MOVIE STILLS FROM OTHER FILMS
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X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE DVD INFORMATION
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine was released on DVD, 3 Disc Special Edition, and 2 Disc Bluray Edition on September 15th, 2009.
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Before the release of the Logan movie in 2016, Wal-Mart rereleased the X-Men movies on DVD and Blu-Ray with an exclusive
sticker collection, including a Gambit sticker.
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GAMBIT FEATURE FILM
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In 2014 an announcement came that a Gambit stand alone film was in the works, after over a year of rumors and interviews with the star Channing Tatum, but even with some cast chosen, many set backs with director dropouts and script rewrites postponed the film to the point the the original release date was canceled. This put the fate of the film into limbo with little hope that it would continue.
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Finally, in 2017, news that the film was back on the books. With a new director, Gore Verbinski, known for the original three Pirates of the Caribbean films and Cure for Wellness, on board, a release date of Valentines Day 2019, and the announcement of Jenny Beavan, the Oscar winning costume designer of Mad Max: Fury Road, the hope for a feature film was reignited. Rumored storyline is based on the origins story of Gambit before his time with the X-Men. It will cover his time with the Thieves Guild and his early times with Mr. Sinister. The movie has said to include the characters from Gambit's past, like Bella Donna and Mr. Sinister, along with added characters pulled from other movies in the franchise, like New Mutants, which releases before the Gambit film. No actors have been hired for the other characters, but Channing Tatum is still in for the Gambit himself.
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Channing Tatum casted as Gambit
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