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“The script was not good.” Channing Tatum Hates ‘GI Joe’ and Admits He Demanded That His Character Be Killed Off in the Sequel

Channing Tatum He never hid how little he liked doing ‘G.I. Joe,’ even as he said Howard Stern I hated that movie. That didn’t stop him from appearing in the sequel as well, where his character died in the first few minutes of footage and now the actor has confirmed that it was he himself who asked it to happen.

,i rejected him 7 times,

The actor, who has also appeared in titles like ‘Logan’s Luck’ or ‘The Lost City’, gave a curious interview to Vanity Fair in which a lie detector established whether he was telling the truth or not. In the case of the ‘GI Joe’ franchise, there was no doubt and he explained the following why did you want your character to die At the beginning of ‘G.I. Joe: Retribution’:


I refused seven times the first time, but they had an option on me and I had to do the film. So the second one, obviously, I didn’t want to do that either.

tatum doesn’t have No regrets about his decision to disassociate himself from the sagain which he took part only because he had previously signed a contract for three films. of great quality And he didn’t have a choice – the actor himself recalled years ago that the studio didn’t give him any other choice: “Are you going to do this or are we going to sue you?“- in fact, he made it clear long ago why he was so opposed to doing so:

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The script wasn’t good, and I didn’t want to do something that I’ve been a fan of since childhood, that I used to watch every morning and I didn’t want to do something that was bad and I didn’t know if I wanted to be G.I. Am or not

and is that his first reaction to the offer of the study was to ask if he could play Snake Eyes, a role that eventually ray parkActor who is mainly remembered by many as Darth Maul in ‘Star Wars: The Phantom Menace’.

Joe grossed $302 million against a budget of $175, which is a disappointing amount. Something was better for ‘GI Joe: La Venganza’, as it was cheaper – 155 million – and raised more – 375 million. However, the franchise languished for several years and an attempt was made to relaunch it with ‘Snake Eyes: Origins’. a colossal failure With an income of only $40 million when it cost 110.

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