Channing Tatum to co-produce and adapt his children’s book

Magic Mike Channing Tatum is set to star in a movie based on Sparkilla the only onewhich is a children’s book written by Tatum, and is scheduled to be written by him moana Author Pamela Rippon. The book was released last year as part of a 3-book deal Tatum had with Feiwel and Friends, with the second book, Sparkilla is the only one who makes a planslated for release on May 31.

for every coilingThe actor, who first reported the news of Tatum’s selection, will produce the actor Sparkilla the only one Via his Free Association banner. Michael Barretts will oversee the project at the Free Association. Barretts, Tatum, Peter Kiernan, Caroline Reed, and Cody Caroline will also serve as producers. The project is part of the Free Association’s First Sight deal with MGM, which was announced last year.

The Free Association’s most recent partnership with MGM was on Tatum-starring Dog, which was co-directed by Tatum and Caroline Reed. The film was released theatrically in February and grossed over $62 million domestically against its $15 million budget. Their upcoming projects with MGM include director Zoe Kravitz’s debut, Pussy Islandand a new version of the German film, Crasher . systemwhich centers on a young girl who has been placed in institutions due to antisocial behavior, and who develops a relationship with a new employee at the institution.

Tatum recently appeared on Paramount’s lost city vs. Sandra Bullock, which you can stream now on Paramount+. dog Available for sale or digital rental. He will play the next tournament Magic Mike’s last danceWhich is expected to hit theaters later this year. This movie was written by dogDirected by Caroline and directed by Steven Soderbergh. It will be released directly to HBO Max.

Here is a summary of Sparkilla the only one: “A vivid work on the magic of Sparkella that sees a father and daughter fall headlong into her boundlessly amazing world of imagination.” The book focuses on the relationship between a father and daughter, and tells a story about the importance of self-esteem.


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