Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum recently announced their split. Could this be the reason why the celebrity couple is breaking up?
The 37-year-old and his 'Step Up' co-star ex have slowly reentered the public arena since their apparently amicable split
The 37-year-old actress brought her father, Darryll, as her date to the event.
Some fans are upset that the recently separated star has dropped Tatum's name and shared an intimate photo.
Will Parfitt, who was originally born in South London, explained that his stripper career began after he met a club promoter who kept calling him “Channing.”
The superstar couple let their 4-year-old daughter and "little tyrant fairy artist" practice her makeup skills on them — and the results are interesting, to say the least.
Actors, including Chris Hemsworth, open up about the sacrifices their wives have made for their careers.
Jenna Dewan Tatum is a mom who loves dancing, if she had a son would she let him dance? See what she has to say.
She says growing up as a dancer made her at ease in her body, and working out while she was pregnant helped keep things together.
Guess who is going to be doing some of Yahoo Style’s coverage of New York’s first-ever Men’s Fashion Week, today through Thursday? None other than one of Channing Tatum’s besties Caleb Lane, who’s walked tons of men’s shows and even did this Lancôme Trésor print ad with Elettra Wiedemann (Isabella Rossellini’s daughter), shot by legend Mario Testino. Originally from Dallas, Caleb lived in New York for seven years before moving to L.A. five years ago.
For a movie about strippers who rarely have their clothes on, Magic Mike XXL's actors sure were covered up at the film's premiere in Los Angeles, Calif., Thursday night. All the men, Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Adam Rodriguez, and Joe Manganiello, to name a few, suited up.
Cover Shoots - Channing Tatum Busts 7 Dance Moves in 30 Seconds The Magic Mike XXL star does a surprisingly sexy “Funky Chicken”—and that’s only the beginning.
Photo: Everett Collection There often comes a moment in every winning entertainment brand when it becomes woefully over concerned with its own original points of delight and starts driving home a theme too hard–at the expense of characters and story.Seinfeld, remarkably, managed to put off this moment until its very last episode, a thunking meta-riff on just how irredeemably selfish and unlikable the characters were. Sex and the City started veering this way shortly after 9/11, when the glamor of Blahniks, Louboutins and the sparkly city itself–which once were mere charming backdrops to cunning parables about love, sex and friendship–became the true stars of the show. Photo: Everett Collection As for the relatively new Magic Mike franchise, alas, it’s hit that point on the early side with Magic Mike XXL, which opens today. If you happened to see the original 2012 hit, in which the hopelessly sweet and affable beefcake Channing Tatum played a successful male stripper in Tampa, Florida, who yearns for more from his life, you may remember how Steven Soderbergh managed to direct that flick with a combination of the muted realism he used in Sex, Lies and Videotape and Traffic and the populist streak of everyday working-class American hustle he brought to Erin Brockovich.
Channing Tatum Can Vogue Better Than Madonna Channing Tatum’s such a good dancer he made Step Up, a really bad movie, into one of the biggest franchises, and got Magic Mike, a film about male strippers, a sequel. To mark this impressive feat, and Magic Mike XXL’s release on Wednesday, Tatum (no one calls him Channing) appears on the cover of Vanity Fair’s August issue. The editorial, shot by Annie Liebovitz, shows off the star’s athleticism, having him climb up lamp posts on the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank, Calif., and keep his hunky body hoisted in the air using just his burly biceps. But the best part has to be a behind-the-scenes video of Tatum breaking it down. “The group was called Male Encounter.” And if this looping GIF, a magazine cover, and multiple blockbusters wasn’t enough Tatum busting a move for a lifetime, there’s still a chance this isn’t his last hurrah. “Well, we’re going to start a [Magic Mike] show in Vegas, and I’ll never say never,” he revealed.
Channing Tatum’s brain is beautiful. More: 10 Habits of Skinny People For example: Channing Tatum’s vision of the future is both broadly optimistic and replete with holograms (3 - 4). Channing Tatum’s comprehension of his career is subservient to his role as an entertainer (6 - 8) and freewheeling in his desire to do weird nonsense (9, 10).