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A remake of Ghost with… Channing Tatum?

Channing Tatum‘s company, Free Association, is considering a remake of the film Ghost, one of the most memorable roles in the career of the late Patrick Swayze.

Free Association, formerly 33&Out, currently owns the rights to the film Ghost, the romantic story of the ’90s in which Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg starred.

Tatum has made it clear, via The Hollywood Reporter, that they are currently trying to make a modern remake of Ghost, with him playing the role that Swayze played. He and his team are also reportedly reworking some of the problematic stereotypes from the original film.

In the original story, Sam (Swayze) is a bank executive who is in love with Molly (Moore), a sculptor, when one night he is assaulted and shot. Sam returns as a ghost and manages to communicate with Molly through a psychic to investigate her murder.

If the whole thing materializes, the film could break a few box office records… or turn out to be a total flop.

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