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.
Always one of the most well attended fetes during Hollywood's biggest night, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party continued to live up to its reputation on Sunday (February 22).
Hosted by Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, top names like Natalie Portman, Sofia Vergara, Emma Stone and Beyoncé were among the celebrities ringing in the 20th anniversary of the exclusive Academy Awards soiree.
The trailer opens with a shirtless, breakdancing Channing Tatum and ends with the phrase, “You’re welcome.” The stripper sequel brings the 34-year-old actor, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, and the rest of the Kings of Tampa back for one last blow-out performance.
The “Magic Mike XXL” hunk was all smiles as he escorted his lovely wife Jenna Dewan inside the TCL Chinese Theatre after posing for photos with the “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” babe and the “Theory of Everything” Oscar nominee.
He’s always up for a challenge, and Channing Tatum can’t wait for his fans to see him in a bona fide “X-Men” project. The “22 Jump Street” hunk took to his Facebook page on Monday (January 5) to tell the world that he’ll soon suit up as the card-throwing Gambit.
Channing wrote, “How do you say October 7, 2016 in Cajun?” referencing Gambit’s origins in New Orleans, following the May 2014 announcement by “X-Men” producer Lauren Shuler Donner.
It’s been an amazing year for Channing Tatum and he’s rounding out 2014 with a cover spot in the December issue of Esquire magazine.
Regarding his prep work for “Magic Mike XXL,” the “She’s the Man” hunk explains that he had to do a lot of naked dance rehearsals- “There are a lot of apologies. A lot of ‘I’m sorry that ran into your chin’ and ‘Let me take my thigh off your neck.’
In a new interview, the “22 Jump Street” stud confessed, "I wouldn't say I was losing myself in drugs because I wasn't doing anything habitually. Just experimenting. Experimenting, I would say. Never the big ones—crack or heroin. I never OD'd or anything. Never."