Channing Tatum recruited for System Crasher remake

Channing Tatum is reportedly closing a deal to star in and produce “System Crasher.”

According to Deadline, MGM has acquired the rights to the German drama for the American remake, with the 41-year-old actor looking set to take on the role of anger management coach.

The film tells the story of a young girl with a traumatic past. Constantly moving from one child care home to another due to her aggressive behavior, she is labeled a “system disruptor” and considered a hopeless cause. That is until she was paired with a caring but tough anger management coach. They form an unlikely bond, and he helps her find peace by reconnecting her with nature and also fueling her passion for boxing.

There is currently no director attached to the film.

Nora Fingscheidt, who wrote and directed the award-winning original, is listed as producer.

Garret Levitz is in charge of the screenplay.

Channing’s directional debut, ‘Dog’, has just arrived.

He’s also set to reprise his starring role in a third “Magic Mike” movie.

However, he just revealed that he almost turned down ‘Magic Mike 3’ because ‘you have to starve yourself’.

Channing admitted he was initially reluctant to return to the franchise for ‘Magic Mike’s Last Dance’ because he worried about the intense diet and fitness regimen he would have to follow to play a stripper. .

After chat show host Kelly Clarkson showed off a shirtless photo of himself in character, he said, “Maybe that’s why I didn’t want to do a third one. Because I have to look like this.

“It’s hard to look like that. Even if you train, being this fit doesn’t come naturally. It’s not even healthy. You must starve yourself. I don’t think when you’re that skinny it’s actually healthy.

“I don’t know how people who work 9 to 5 stay in shape because it’s my full time job and I can barely do it.

“Why – when it takes, I don’t know, two months to get really thin – in three days you can lose [a six-pack]? Let’s go. I was like, ‘What happened?’

Meanwhile, Channing previously said he wanted the third film to feel like the “Super Bowl of striptease.”

He said, “I want this to be the Super Bowl of stripping.

“I want to dance like we never got to in the other two movies, because we had to be honest about the reality of this world, which isn’t big dance.”

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