Channing Tatum is a phenomenon who has established tremendous notoriety for himself in the industry. However, it appears that Channing will appear in a dazzling enjoyable pop thriller now. Channing Tatum has recently revealed that he is working on a remake of Ghost that will ‘change’ the original.

As he embarks on a significant Hollywood comeback, Channing Tatum is bringing his passion for the timeless romantic comedy Ghost with him. The Magic Mike’s Last Dance actor revealed in a new interview that he’s considering playing the lead in a remake of the 1990 love story in which Patrick Swayze starred as the ghost of a murdered man who tries to warn his surviving lover Demi Moore of impending danger through a psychic Whoopi Goldberg.

Regarding his production firm, Free Association, Tatum stated to Vanity Fair in the magazine’s most recent cover story, “We actually have the rights. Yeah, we have the rights to Ghost.” The source mentioned that Tatum might want to take on Swayze’s former role as a leading man.

“But we’re going to do something different. I think it needs to change a little bit.”

Tatum regained his leading man position in 2022, starring opposite Sandra Bullock in The Lost City and Dog, the latter of which Free Association also produced, despite the fact that he hadn’t played a significant on-camera part since 2017.

After its July 1990 release, Ghost quickly rose to fame thanks to its $500 million global box office haul and a nomination for Best Picture at the 1991 Oscars. Additionally, it led to Goldberg winning her first Oscar. What’s your take on the comeback of the Ghost? For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a law student at Calcutta University. She writes for Thirsty for News, covering world news and entertainment. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places.

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