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Out doing promotion for the third and final “Magic Mike” film coming to cinemas next month, actor Channing Tatum revealed to Vanity Fair that he’s potentially working on a remake of 1990’s romantic dramedy “Ghost”.

Speaking with the outlet, Tatum revealed that his production company, Free Association, has secured the rights to the Patrick Swayze and Demi More-led romantic classic and Tatum has been trying to develop a new incarnation that would see himself in the Swayze role.

“We actually have the rights. Yeah, we have the rights to ‘Ghost.’ But we’re going to do something different. I think it needs to change a little bit.”

Jerry Zucker helmed the original which starred Swayze as a murdered banker whose ghost sets out to save his girlfriend (Moore). The film also saw Whoopi Goldberg delivering an Oscar-winning performance as Oda Mae Brown with the film itself earning multiple Oscar nominations, including best picture.

Meanwhile, “Ghost” also won the prize for original screenplay and grossed $505 million worldwide – the biggest film of 1990 and, at the time, the third highest-grossing film in history.

Tatum next stars in “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” opening February 10th.


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