Channing Tatum is replacing Chris Evans in Scarlett Johansson’s new film Project Artemis amid a change in directors and scheduling.

As the film changes direction, Project Artemis also gets a new cast with Channing Tatum replacing Chris Evans. Details of the film’s plot are still under wraps at this time, although it has so far been described as a romantic comedy set against the backdrop of the Apollo 11 moon launch in 1968. Project Artemis comes from Rose Gilroy, who is making her screenwriting debut with the project.

development on Project Artemis Earlier this year, it was announced that Apple was acquiring the rights to the film, bringing in Scarlett Johansson and Evans to star and Jason Bateman to direct. The film would mark the latest reunion between Johansson and Evans, who have worked together and starred in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a decade The perfect score and The Diaries of a Nanny earlier. Despite the anticipation of the two stars reuniting, it looks like things are about to change Project Artemis.


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The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Channing Tatum will replace Chris Evans in Scarlett Johansson’s new film, Project Artemis. The cast change comes as the film also got a new director, with Arrowverse co-creator Greg Berlanti signing on to take on Jason Bateman. Sources report that the ozark star departed Project Artemis about creative differences in early June.

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Sources report that during Bateman’s departure Project Artemis emerged from creative differences, Evans from scheduling conflicts as the studio continued its search for a new director. Interestingly, this is the second major project that Johansson and Evans were originally only supposed to get back together over scheduling conflicts, as Johansson was set to star in the adventure rom-com spooky only to be replaced by Evans knife out co-star Ana de Armas. The change one Project Artemis The casting will certainly come as a disappointment to longtime fans of Evans and Johansson, but given the comedic skills of both the Black Widow actress and Tatum, their pairing in the film is sure to prove a promising concept for audiences.

Before joining Project ArtemisTatum has enjoyed back-to-back success this year with his work on adventure com-com The Lost Cityin which he starred opposite Sandra Bullock, and the road dramedy dog, which he also co-directed with writer Reid Carolin. The film is also the fourth time that Berlanti has been behind the camera for a feature-length project, following his critically acclaimed directorial debut The broken heart clubthe poorly received romantic comedy life as we know it and the acclaimed coming-of-age LGBTQ+ rom-com dear simon. With Johansson, Tatum and Berlanti it starts now Project Artemisviewers will have to keep an eye out for further developments from the Apple film.

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Source: THR

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