Jupiter Ascending: For Channing Tatum, playing in this film was “a nightmare”

Jupiter Ascendingthe whimsical delirious space-opera of Wachowski released in 2015, has violently wallowed, whether from an economic or critical point of view. Due to several delays and a much too long promotional campaign, the spectators lost interest in the artistic proposal of the directors of Matrix. Result, mostly negative reviews (28% good reviews on Rotten Tomatoes) and barely $183 million in revenue for $176 million allocated to the film outside the marketing budget. The film accused $128.6 million in losses for the fox.

In this titanic cinematographic, besides Mila Kunis and Eddie Redmaynewe were also able to see at work Channing Tatum. Between 2010 and 2017, the 41-year-old actor appeared in 23 films, Blockbusters and auteur films combined, before taking his time today by appearing less on screen. Near varietyhe explained that at the time, the filming of Jupiter came at the end of a series of four consecutive shoots and that he was exhausted from the production which he described as a “nightmare”:

“I made four films one after the other without any free time. I wasn’t as good as I wanted to be in those last two movies because I didn’t have the energy. […] Jupiter Ascending was a nightmare. It was a movie to forget. We were all there for seven months, working like crazy. It was just difficult. »

After a four-year hiatus, Tatum returns to the big screen with dog, The Lost City of D alongside Sandra Bullock, and Magic Mike’s Last Dance, the third and last movie by Magic Mike. The actor also reiterated his wish to play Gambit for Marvelwithout being sure that his word will find an echo in the firm with big ears.

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