Date of birth
26th April, 1980
Channing Tatum (born 26th April 1980)
Channing Tatum is an Alabama-born actor whose biggest filmes include 'Magic Mike', '21 Jump Street' and 'Step Up'.
Net worth: Channing Tatum has a net worth of $50 million according to Celebrity Net Worth (2014)
Film career: Channing Tatum originally worked as a dancer and a model before landing his first TV role in a 2004 episode of 'CSI: Miami'. His first movie role was in 'Coach Carter' the following year opposite Samuel L. Jackson. In 2006, he was the lead actor in rom com 'She's the Man' which also starred Amanda Bynes. His dancing experience landed him a role in 'Step Up' that year, a film that became his first big success. He also appeared in the sequel 'Step Up 2: The Streets'. His role in 'A Guide To Recognising Your Saints' alongside Robert Downey Jr. earned him much praise, and he became more of a major star with 'Public Enemies' opposite Johnny Depp. Taking a slightly more low-brow role, he then went on to appear in 'GI Joe: The Rise of the Cobra', with Dennis Quaid. In 'Dear John', Channing played the role of a soldier, opposite Amanda Seyfried, before reprising his partnership with Dito Montiel for 'The Brotherhood of the Rose'. Whilst he was filming for 'The Eagle', Channing Tatum suffered serious burns when a crew member poured boiling water into his wetsuit, having forgotten to mix the hot water with cold water from the river. He continued filming for the movie, which was released in 2011 and also starred Jamie Bell. Tatum went on to feature in the action movie 'Haywire' which stars the former martial arts champion Gina Carano, as well as Ewan McGregor and Antonio Banderas. Channing Tatum then appeared in a remake of the 1987 film '21 Jump Street', along with the comic actor Jonah Hill. The movie's sequel was '22 Jump Street'. In 2012, he played a male stripper in 'Magic Mike', with the following year bringing him roles in 'Don Jon' with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and political thriller 'White House Down' with Jamie Foxx. In 2014, he lent his voice to 'The Lego Movie' and played wrestling champ Mark Schultz in 'Foxcatcher' opposite Steve Carell.
Personal Life: Channing Tatum was born in Cullman, Alabama but grew up in Mississippi. His parents are airline attendant Kay and builder Glenn Tatum. As a teenager, he enjoyed a variety of sports including martial arts. He went to Gaither High School and later Tampa Catholic High School, before briefly playing football at Glenville State College. In 2009, he married Jenna Dewan with whom he has one daughter.
Just what was the reason behind this shocking separation?
As the world still reels from the shock split of Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum, stories upon stories are taking over the internet speculating about the cause of their separation, with most suggesting that it was Channing's career that was becoming a burden on the family.
But what's the truth? The couple have already pointed out that they won't be commenting further on their marital issues in their joint 'break-up statement', but Jenna has already been forced to clear up a few things with regards to false claims about Channing's behaviour.
Continue reading: The Alleged Truths Behind Jenna And Channing Tatum's Break-Up
They are separating after almost nine years of marriage.
There's heartbreak in Hollywood as Channing Tatum and his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum announce that they are in the process of separating after almost nine years of marriage. They have been the picture of romance throughout their relationship, and the world has pretty much never known them to be apart.
More than ten years after they met and fell in love on the set of 'Step Up' in 2006, Channing and Jenna are set to go there separate ways. They revealed the sad news on social media, insisting that they still deeply cared for each other, but it seems their relationship has simply settled at 'best friend' level.
The movie finally seems to have found its feet.
Channing Tatum finally looks set to step into the shoes of Marvel Comics superhero Gambit, as the film now has an official starting date for principal photography. There have been a huge number of delays when it comes to getting 'Gambit' off the ground and moving forward, but now it seems as if the flick is about to get properly underway.
Not a lot of details have been given in regards to the plot of the film, but there have been a number of rumours that it will be taking place in the X-Universe that Fox has made such a success of with their various X-Men movies. Lizzy Caplan will be starring alongside Tatum in the Marvel movie, whilst Gore Verbinski will be sitting in the director's chair, and Jenny Beavan will serve as costume designer.
Continue reading: Channing Tatum's 'Gambit' Movie Starts Filming In March
Migo (Channing Tatum) is a bright young Yeti who one day stumbles across something he thought was only a fireside legend - the 'smallfoot', better known as a human.
Describing his terrifying find Migos tells the rest of his village: “It’s a terrifying creature with perfect white teeth and breath that just smells all minty fresh and the only hair it has on its entire body is on the top of its head!”
Continue: Yeti Or Not 'Smallfoot' Is Coming
Both Margot Robbie and Emma Stone have played sports stars this year.
With Margot Robbie set to portray disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in 'I, Tonya' this December - the trailer for which has now been released - we look at some of Hollywood's biggest stars in their roles as historical athletes. It takes a lot of physical training to play a top sportsman/woman, but these actors truly nailed their roles.
1. Robert De Niro as Jake LaMotta - 1980 boxing drama 'Raging Bull' detailed the life of a troubled middleweight boxer who turned his life upside down with a series of self-destructive actions which he detailed in the memoir 'Raging Bull: My Story'. The movie, shot in black and white, was directed by Martin Scorsese and won two Academy Awards.
Following the allegations against Harvey Weinstein, Tatum says his upcoming project 'Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock' - which itself deals with sexual abuse - will not be made with The Weinstein Company.
In the midst of the mounting sexual abuse claims being made against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, actor Channing Tatum has decided to pull out of an upcoming project with The Weinstein Company.
The 37 year old actor took to social media to inform his fans that he was severing ties with Harvey and his brother Bob Weinstein, saying that his upcoming movie Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock – which deals with sexual abuse as its theme – was being pulled from their production company.
“The brave women who had the courage to stand up and speak their truths about Harvey Weinstein are true heroes to us. They are lifting the heavy bricks to build the equitable world we all deserve to live in,” read Tatum’s statement on Wednesday (October 18th) via Instagram, along with director Reid Carolin.
Continue reading: Channing Tatum Pulls Movie Project From Weinstein Company
Two years ago, Kingsman: The Secret Service seemed to come out of nowhere, ruffling feathers as it took an anarchic, often transgressive approach to the super-spy genre and made a star of Taron Egerton. Now Matthew Vaughn is back with a sequel, and it's rather clear that he has a franchise in mind. The new movie is still wildly energetic and eye-catching, but it also has a more predictable plot that takes fewer risks.
We catch up with Eggsy (Egerton) as he's a respectable member of the Kingsman juggling his private life with his serious girlfriend Princess Tilde (Hanna Alstrom). But megalomaniacal drug lord Poppy (Julianne Moore) and her part-cyborg henchman Charlie (Edward Holcroft) launch a vicious attack on Kingsman bases, leaving Eggsy and his colleague Merlin (Mark Strong) on their own. For help, they turn to their American counterpart Statesman, run by Champ (Jeff Bridges). His agents Tequila, Whiskey and Ginger (Channing Tatum, Pablo Pascal and Halle Berry) offer help getting Kingsman back on its feet. And they also reveal that they've rescued fallen agent Harry (Colin Firth), who is recovering from a brain injury. Meanwhile, Poppy launches a global assault.
To tell this rather simple story, Vaughn indulges in all kinds of flashy visual trickery. The action sequences are choreographed like wacky cartoons, as the camera swoops through the complicated mayhem with acrobatic skill. And the characters are vividly played by the top-notch cast with maximum personality flourishes. Egerton is terrific at the centre, as adept at physicality and comedy as he is at finding a touch of emotion here and there. His scenes with Firth are especially strong. And Moore makes the most of her goofy kingpin, who is trying to recreate 1950s Americana in the jungle, plus added madcap 1970s flair with a riotous Elton John, who gets stuck right into the mayhem.
Continue reading: Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review
'The Late Late Show' host gets down and dirty with the dance master.
If you ever thought that James Corden didn't have it in him to be a male stripper than let us tell you that you are so, so wrong. He teamed up with the one and only Channing Tatum in preparation to appear in a special Magic Mike Live performance and totally proved that he has moves.
When James Corden showed up for the Magic Mike Live auditions as part of his 'Late Late Show' sketch, Channing Tatum wasn't too sure that he was the right kind of guy for the strip show they were planning to put on - mainly due to his lack of muscle.
Continue reading: Channing Tatum Trains James Corden Up For Magic Mike Live
Good news: Steven Soderbergh's well-publicised retirement from directing only lasted about four years. He's back with this lively, relentlessly enjoyable caper that feels like a mash-up between his Ocean's Eleven and Magic Mike movies. Using America's economic situation as a launching point (without any political message), he spins a loose-limbed adventure with a gang of endearingly scruffy characters. If this is your cup of tea, it's a proper guilty pleasure.
In West Virginia, the Logan family has had a string of very bad luck, leaving Jimmy (Channing Tatum) with a dodgy knee and his younger brother Clyde (Adam Driver) with a missing arm. Their sister Mellie (Riley Keough) has so far escaped injury, so Jimmy hatches a plan to change their fortunes by robbing the Charlotte Nascar race course, which he knows inside and out because he's just been sacked from his job there. They need the help of explosives expert Joe Bang (Daniel Craig), who's in jail. So in addition to an elaborate heist, they must also plan a prison break. They also bring in Joe's nerdy gamer brothers (Jack Quaid and Brian Gleeson).
Frankly, all of these people are such misfits that no one would ever suspect them of being capable of carrying out such a complicated plan. And that's the point: it's easy to underestimate people who seem uneducated. This gives the cast plenty to play with. Tatum and particularly Driver are terrific at the centre, with their hang-dog expressions and understated skill sets. Keough gets to play the one person in the story with brains, and has a great time rampaging through each scene. But the movie is stolen by Craig, who goes wildly against type as the hilariously nutty Joe. In one classic scene, he barely contains his exasperation while explaining how to make a bomb out of gummy bears.
Continue reading: Logan Lucky Review
Jimmy and Clyde Logan are two down-and-out brothers from West Virginia. Jimmy has been fired from his job on a construction site for reasons relating to insurance and Clyde's job as a one-armed bartender hasn't worked out too well either. To get themselves out of the financial mess that they're in (and, indeed, that their family have been in for almost 100 years), Jimmy suggests robbing $14 million from the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina during the hugely anticipated Coca-Cola 600 race over Memorial Day weekend. He has discovered how the money is being moved to a bank vault, but they need to spring the vault-blowing expert Joe Bang from prison in order to execute the heist. With the help of their sister Mellie and their new pals the Redneck Robbers, they plot the perfect robbery - but all is naturally not going to go as swimmingly as they could have hoped.
Continue: Logan Lucky Trailer
Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, Sean Bean and David Ajala - A variety of stars were out in number to attend the Premiere Of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Jupiter Ascending" which was held at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, United States - Tuesday 3rd February 2015