Channing Tatum Halts Development on Sexual Abuse Movie With Weinstein Co.

Channing Tatum Halts Development on Sexual Abuse Movie With Weinstein Co.
Channing Tatum is getting out of business with The Weinstein Co.

The actor and producer announced in a joint statement with his producing partner Reid Carolin that the duo are stopping development on a film adaptation of Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock, following the emergence of decades of sexual assault, sexual harassment and rape allegations against Harvey Weinstein.

The 2013 young-adult novel by Matthew Quick centers on a troubled teenager who plans to kill his best friend and then himself. He first visits the four people closest to him, giving each of them a present. As the day goes on, secrets of his past...
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