ACTOR Taylor Kitsch, who played Gambit in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, is keen to explore the character's dark side, charm and unpredictability in a spin-off.
X-Men producer Lauren Shuler Donner said earlier that there were studio talks going on about a possible Gambit film.
In a new interview with Gambit fansite The Joker and The Queen, Kitsch elaborates a little more on what he wants to see next from the character, a card-playing Cajun from New Orleans whose real name is Remy LeBeau.
For a start, Kitsch hinted that he wants to see Gambit riding a motorbike. Asked if he'd like the comic book character's trademark fingerless gloves added to his next film appearance, he said: "Yah, I would like the fingerless gloves...wasn't right for Wolverine scenes but definitely under the right circumstance...maybe riding his motorcycle."
And on the best part of playing Gambit: "Tough question... I think it's many of his characteristics that make him so great and like no other.
"Personally I love to play the part of Remy that you just don't know what he's going do next. He's incredibly unpredictable.
"Just playing that part alone leads to high stakes and many great moments. The dark part of him is something I feel needs to be explored more as well and also his charm.
"See what I mean? Tough question. Remy keeps you guessing... I feel you got to see a flash of Remy mostly in the Casino scene - favorite part to play thus far."