Channing Tatum plans to produce and star in 'Ten Years', an ensemble drama about a group of friends reunited after a decade apart.
Channing Tatum is lining up a producer role in 'Ten Years'.
The 'Dear John' actor is attempting to pull together an all-star cast including Chris Pine, Anna Faris and his wife Jenna Dewan for the project, which tells the tale of a group of friends who reunite after ten years apart.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Channing has got Jamie Linden on board to write and direct the ensemble movie.
Although no deals have yet been signed and no financing has been secured, Channing - along with producers Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey - are hoping to begin production on 'Ten Years' in November.
It is the second producer-role lined up for the 30-year-old actor, who is also attached to work on 'The Contortionist's Handbook'.
Channing is due to appear in a number of films throughout 2010 and 2011 - his next role sees him play a young Roman soldier in 'The Eagle'. Other projects lined up include action thriller 'The Son of No One' and Steven Soderbergh-directed movie 'Haywire'.