Channing Tatum is an American actor and former model. While modeling he appeared in ads for Abercrombie & Fitch, Nautica, Dolce & Gabbana, and Emporio Armani. His most popular movies include Coach Carter, She's the Man, Step Up, and Step Up 2 The Streets.
In a new extended preview of the upcoming season, the “Magic Mike XXL” hunk gets all gussied up as Elsa from Disney’s “Frozen,” while Jenna appears to poke fun at her hubby’s past as a stripper during her own routine.
They starred together in “Magic Mike” but Alex Pettyfer wound up making the wrong kind of impression on Channing Tatum both during and after the shoot.
In his new interview with Bret Easton Ellis, the “I Am Number Four” hunk began, "Channing Tatum does not like me - and for many reasons. Many being my own fault. [During my time on the ‘Magic Mike’ set] I was scared to speak. I actually did my work and I sat in the corner and listened to music because I had been told anything I did was wrong by my reps. I was very insecure as a human being. That also gave me a bad rep because everyone was like, 'Alex doesn't speak because he thinks he's better than everyone else.' That's not true. I was just generally nervous and scared to be myself. I was in character.”
She’s known for her pipes and he’s made a living thanks to his abs, and when Beyoncé Knowles takes on Channing Tatum in Spike TV’s “Lip Sync Battle,” the world will see who’s got the best fake singing chops.
The popular television program has been a huge hit since its debut in April and has already welcomed top names like Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, Terrence Howard and Taraji P Henson.
Never one to disappoint his loyal fans, “Pulp Fiction” mastermind Quentin Tarantino just unleashed the first trailer for his upcoming flick “The Hateful Eight.”
Starring Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Demian Bichir, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Bruce Dern and Samuel L. Jackson, the so-called “blood-spattered Western” (slated for December 25th and January 8th release dates) will be produced by the Weinstein Company and scored by spaghetti-western composer Ennio Morricone.