Y'know I'm not even completely sure why I'm bothering with a dedicated thread for the movie no one believes will make it to release. But nonetheless, here is a summary thus far from Wikipedia:
In October 2014, Josh Zetumer was hired to write the screenplay for a film about the character Remy LeBeau / Gambit, based on the treatment by comic-book writer Chris Claremont. In June 2015, Rupert Wyatt was then hired to direct but left in September due to schedule conflicts. In November, Doug Liman was in final negotiations to direct the film. However left the film in August 2016, to direct Justice League Dark. In August 2017, Tatum stated that the script was in the process of being rewritten. By October, Gore Verbinski had signed on as director, while Zetumer continued to work on the script. In January 2018, Verbinski departed the film due to scheduling issues. The film will star Channing Tatum in the lead role with Donner, Kinberg, Tatum and Reid Carolin attached as producers. Kinberg stated that the film is intent to be the start of multiple installments focusing on Gambit. In May 2018, Kinberg stated that the final script had been completed, and production will begin in the third quarter of 2018 and will be release on March 13, 2020. Filming will commence in New Orleans.