AceShowbiz - An idea to bring the story of Gambit and his love interest Rogue for solo spin-off movie has been thrown in by "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" Taylor Kitsch. The "Friday Night Lights" star who depicts the card-tossing Cajun confessed to MTV News of his hope to team up with Anna Paquin, who played the X-Men's southern belle in the previous "X-Men" movies.
"There are two things with that - she's such a great actress and I'd love to work with her, and that would be cool to see Gambit and Rogue," the 28-year-old shared. On another story he'd like to see, he said, "I'd also like to see the charming Gambit on his own and see how he is with other women - see how he is with the women in the casino there, with the charm and the suave and the effortlessness it takes with him. That's something I'd like to explore as well."
While ideas of bringing Gambit to the big screen has come up since "X-Men 2" was made in 2003, the character whose alter ego is known as Remy LeBeau first appeared in feature film in the recently-released "X-Men Origins: Wolverine". In the Hugh Jackman-toplined movie, Gambit helps Wolverine to reach the island where William Stryker imprisons many mutants. Earlier, there were words that Gambit is one of the characters in "Wolverine" considered to get its own spin-off.