“Kim Possible,” “Gambit” Set Start Dates

A new listing indicates that the live-action adaptation of Disney Channel’s hit animated series “Kim Possible” will begin filming June 4th in Vancouver. Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky are co-directing.

The listing comes from Production Weekly with the project going by the codename “Possibility”. Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley are penning the film and production is expected to wrap on July 23rd with a casting announcement likely due very soon.

Additionally, the “X-Men” spin-off “Gambit” has received a new production start date with Omega Underground reporting that Fox has set a June 19th kick off date in New Orleans, Louisiana on filming on the project.

The production will make use of Big Easy Studios where “Logan” was shot. Channing Tatum remains attached to play the title role, but the project lost director Gore Verbinski earlier this year. It’s expected a new helmer will be announced shortly.