Channing Tatum stars as a Capitol Hill police officer in this weekend’s White House Down, but he also stars as private dancer in many of our fantasies. While the former Magic Mike and Step Up star never strips down and soft shoes in his new flick (as he’s too busy balletically flying over furniture while being shot at), that doesn’t mean that we can’t take a moment on this humid Thursday to appreciate the splendor that is Channing Tatum dancing in a GIF WALL made in his honor.
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From Ian Somerhalder to Channing Tatum, all these guys proved there were more than just a pretty face when they transitioned from modeling to acting. But that doesn’t stop us from remembering the good ol’ days when they were stripping down for Calvin Klein, Abercrombie & Fitch and other brands. Well in Tatum’s case, he went from stripping down for Dolce & Gabbana to stripping way way down in Magic Mike.
G.I. Joe fans have been patiently counting down the days until the March 29 release of G.I. Joe: Retaliation ever since it got bumped from last summer’s release schedule. Early word on the street is that director Jon M. Chu‘s movie is a bit more faithful to the comic book and cartoon origins from the 1980s than the last film, G.I. Joe: Rise Of Cobra, was.
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Channing Tatum‘s new movie Side Effects gets released today, which is sure to provide some much needed hotness in the wake of the snow-icane about to slam the Northeast. OK sure, technically the Steven Soderbergh flick also stars Jude Law as the male lead. But ever since Magic Mike, we’ve sort of had an unrealistic expectation for exactly how much of Channing we get to see in any given movie.
Ahh, the joys and wonders of being a first-time parent: The adorable way the baby holds tight to your finger, the precious laughs and smiles, and of course, the fussing, the crying, and the pooping! Channing Tatum has just a few more months until he and wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum’s welcome their bundle of joy this summer, and although he has prepped himself with the best baby books a first-time dad can have, there’s one thing this Magic Mike star is worried about: diaper duty.
One of the most pleasant surprises of last year was the fact that Magic Mike wasn’t just the frothy male stripper movie we’d been anticipating for months — it was actually a thoughtful Steven Soderbergh film with serious characters struggling to make it in Central Florida’s crappy economy. Matthew McConaughey’s turn as sleazy, self-serving and super charming club owner Dallas earned him plenty of kudos, too, including an award from the New York Critics Circle and an Independent Spirit nod. So we’re relieved to hear, straight from McConaughey’s mouth, that as plans for Magic Mike 2 are “legitimately brewing,” he would never take Dallas in any kind of cheesy, sell-out direction.
“In the right way [I would come back],” he told MTV News at Sundance last week. “It would be so much fun, but I would only be able to do to revisit Dallas if I really go, ‘OK, that’s what he would be doing.’ And Dallas can’t become like all of a sudden obviously comedic. I’d have to keep him the same tone. He’s committed.”