Channing Tatum To Star in THE CONTORTIONIST’S HANDBOOK
Actor Channing Tatum will star in and produce an upcoming feature film adaptation of the novel “The Contortionist’s Handbook.” Craig Clevenger wrote the novel which was published in 2002 and Robin Shushan wrote the script for the feature adaptation.
Tatum plays the role of a man whose life becomes complicated when he becomes involved with a woman who has a secret as dark as Tatum’s past. Tatum’s character used to move flawlessly from one identity to the next prior to falling in love with the woman. The film is being financed by GreeneStreet Films and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment with Tatum set to co-produce the film alongside producers from both financing companies.
Tatum’s star continues to rise in Hollywood. He broke out in “G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra” and successfully crossed over by starring in “Dear John.” He has several projects lined up including “The Dilemma,” “The Vow,” “Haywire,” and “The Eagle.”