Channing Tatum made an autistic fan's dreams come true recently by sitting down for a candid interview.
Carly Fleischmann, who uses a computer to communicate due to a speaking disability, managed to land the Magic Mike hunk as a guest on the first episode of her online talk show, Speechless with Carly Fleischmann, and she didn't hold back on delving into Channing's personal life and dating preferences.
Always a fan of charting her own course, Olivia Munn told American Way magazine that she wasn’t interested in playing the girlfriend in “Deadpool,” and even worried her “X-Men: Apocalypse” gig would be too boring.
The “Magic Mike” hottie explained, “I said, ‘Is there a fight scene?’[As it turned out] I thought Psylocke was always one of the most lethal characters, and I said, ‘Yes [I'll take the role], as long as you're not using her to be the eye candy. She has really powerful abilities.’”
Given her handsome hubby and beautiful children, Jada Pinkett Smith seems to have hit the family lottery, but she didn’t always believe she would be so lucky.
While speaking at the VH1 Dear Mama event in New York City last night (May 3), the “Bad Moms” actress confessed, "I never thought about being married or having a family. I didn't know anything about that because I came from a single mom so I always thought I'd be a single mom and have a career.