Aw, they’re so in love! But what we are all secretly thinking when we look at Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum is: Damn them! You can’t be that hot, rich, successful, talented and in love! How the hell do they have it all? And yet, they do. Channing and Jenna met on the set of their 2006 film Step Up , and the sexy couple took their then on-screen romance to another level and married in 2009. Three years later the pair are still going strong and about to make their second on screen appearance as a couple in the indie film 10 Years, which opens wide across the country today! The film features an all-star cast including Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Ari Graynor and of course Channing and Jenna who all head back home for their 10 year high school reunion. While some of us would much rather watch Channing shaking it with his shirt off, we love to see him in his best role as husband to wife Jenna! Take a look at some of their cutest pics though the years!
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Guys, we don’t know much about filmmaking. Maybe the people behind Channing Tatum‘s new movie 10 Years felt he had to have a horrible goatee in order to look like the kind of Everyman who would have regrets about his high school girlfriend, rather than the kind of jacked A-lister that women want to see take off his shirt and audiences want to see wise-crack alongside Jonah Hill. Those people were wrong, of course. So, so tragically wrong.
We mean, they didn’t make Channing’s real life spouse Jenna Dewan-Tatum wear braces or Rosario Dawson get a bowl cut to play his fictional wife and first love respectively. Other than Channing’s chin pubes, the rest of the movie looks pretty spot on. Parks & Rec‘s Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza, Justin Long drinking out of a baby bottle: the elements are all here. We wish they had just written on Channing’s script “You are a man with a goatee,” so he could have had a goatee on the inside, rather than on his face. Who even has goatees these days? Magicians? Major league pitchers? We’re already on record as despising Leo DiCaprio‘s putrid facial landscaping. How much more negative feedback does Hollywood need?