Production stills for THE EAGLE OF THE NINTH

GATW Guest Writer

December 30th, 2009


If admiring Channing Tatum (especially in old school battle gear) is your thing, then you should enjoy these recently released production stills for THE EAGLE OF THE NINTH. If you do not enjoy looking at Channing, well then you and I do not see eye-to-eye at all, but the production stills are pretty cool anyway and worth a look.

And, for the record, I only like looking at him because I think it is neat that we look so much like (we definitely resemble each other in the ab department, mine are just a little more hidden). Check out the rest of the stills after the jump.






According to IMDB, THE EAGLE OF THE NINTH is about:
In Roman-ruled Britain, a young Roman soldier endeavors to honor his father's memory by finding his lost legion's golden emblem

Tatum will be playing the young Roman soldier. Tatum is in all but one of the stills, and the still he isn't in features a shirtless Jamie Bell, and I will not say anything else about that.

Source Yahoo! Movies

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