Gambit Video Teaser – Fan Made with Nick Bateman


Wow, this was a great short film by ScissorFilms. It stars Nick Bateman as Gambit. Other than him having telekinesis with his cards, this was very impressive. We even have Daken (Wolverine’s bisexual son) as an antagonist. I’d love a full on movie based on this type of film. I have been wanting more X-People films based on individual characters OTHER than Wolverine since the beginning. What do you guys think?

To check out the studio and their work, head over to: ScissorFilms.com

4 comments to Gambit Video Teaser – Fan Made with Nick Bateman

  • Liam Patterson (Griff Greymuzzle)  says:

    Yeah the floating cards was off putting. But I like Nick in the role. And his costars were HOT. I’d watch 90 mins of it (assuming they fixed the card thing)

  • Mike  says:

    I wasn’t a fan of the telekinetic cards. I wish we would have seen Gambit charge them up and then throw them. This was really good and I liked it a lot more than I thought I would. I wish we would’ve seen a little flirting between Daken & Gambit. Daken is a master of seduction with his pheromones and you know Gambit has probably flirted with a guy or two.

  • That Long-Haired Creepy Guy That Long-Haired Creepy Guy  says:

    Wow. I didn’t expect to like this as much as I did!

    His accent slipped a little here and there, but it was serviceable. I wasn’t crazy about the actor portraying Daken, but that didn’t detract from the whole too much. Overall, the cinematography was excellent. The telekinetic cards part was… well, flash and pomp, but it added a little something extra to the flavor, rather than taking away and serving as a distraction.

    Thanks, Paulie!

  • Anonymous  says:

    Wow. I didn’t expect to like this as much as I did!

    His accent slipped a little here and there, but it was serviceable. I wasn’t crazy about the actor portraying Daken, but that didn’t detract from the whole too much. Overall, the cinematography was excellent. The telekinetic cards part was… well, flash and pomp, but it added a little something extra to the flavor, rather than taking away and serving as a distraction.

    Thanks, Paulie!

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