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In “celebration” of the impending cinematic return of Channing Tatum’s "Magic” Mike Lane in Magic Mike XXL, which will see him end his apparent hiatus from sartorially-absent onstage seduction, a new video has launched online revisiting the not-so-great elements of the 2012-released original.
Before Channing Tatum tackles his own Gambit adventure, word on the street — and word from Tatum himself — was that the card-slinging X-Man would first appear in next summer’s X-Men: Apocalypse. The actor recently updated us on the matter, however, and things aren’t looking good on that front.
We all know Magic Mike XXL is going to be plenty racy, but just much of star Channing Tatum are we going to see bouncing around on stage?
In order to prevent all of the upcoming comic book movies from feeling stale and repetitive, some of the projects are definitely going to have to present material that comes from outside the box and changes the game - and it's for this exact reason that Channing Tatum believes his upcoming X-Men spin-off movie Gambit is important and needs to happen.
After months of pursuit, the search for a director to helm the X-Men film Gambit is finally over. 20th Century Fox has picked this individual for the project.
Channing Tatum and crew showed off some of their Magic Mike moves earlier today as they rode a float through the Los Angeles LGBT Pride parade. Things got pretty steamy, and though the actors, including Tatum, Matt Bomer and Adam Rodriguez did not strip down themselves, there were a group of shirtless, sexy men, showing off their abs as they all danced along.
When Channing Tatum got together a group of diehard Magic Mike fans in one theater, he couldn't pass up the opportunity to have some fun. The folks were gathered expecting to see a special screening of Magic Mike XXL in 3D, but they ended up getting a special treat in the form of Tatum himself completely unrecognizably dressed as an old marketing exec.
Channing Tatum has signed up to produce and star in Two Kisses For Maddy, and you'll weep just reading the premise.
Channing Tatum has been trying to get a Gambit movie made for quite some time. He’s ready to star. He has a script. He has producers. Now, if only he could find a director.
Joe Manganiello is returning as Big Dick Richie for Magic Mike XXL, along with his band of stripper buddies. And, if the words of a former True Blood stud are worth anything, we haven’t seen nuthin’ yet.
The X-Men movie series has typically stuck to the task of tackling immense threats to the world. While that’s all well and good for those team dynamic films, it’s starting to sound as if Channing Tatum wants to break that mold a bit with his upcoming solo shot in next year’s Gambit. Could we be seeing a different take on the origin film?
Back in 2012, writer/director Quentin Tarantino once again brought his incredible skills back to the big screen with Django Unchained. Naturally, we’re only more excited for his next cinematic adventure, which will be coming soon in the form of the violent new post-Civil War drama The Hateful Eight.
The Entourage cast returning for a big-screen version of the hit HBO series should have been a joyous occasion, but production was plagued with problems, and even worse, Channing Tatum canceled his cameo!
Dolph Lundgren has been spilling the beans about his involvement in the Coen Brothers' Hail Caesar, and his description of Channing Tatum's character is simply hilarious.
We’re off to Myrtle Beach, as Magic Mike XXL is being sold as a road trip movie, a “one-last-ride” story of male strippers heading to the land of beachfront neon for a convention, and a final dance performance.
Channing Tatum is adapting one of the most lauded sci-fi novels of all time, and studios really want to be involved
Channing Tatum just dropped a hint about whether or not we'll see Gambit show up in X-Men: Apocalypse.
No production schedule has been set for 23 Jump Street just yet, though you can just tell Richard Grieco is ready to answer the phone and sign on for as many Jump Street movies as possible.
It’s not very often we hear about the plot of a silly buddy cop comedy happening in real life. But, as it turns out members of a Houston-area narcotics task force played similar roles as Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in their action comedy 21 Jump Street.
X-Men: Apocalypse isn’t holding back on including a variety of familiar mutant faces. We’ve learned that three big actors have been added to the cast to play especially popular heroes from the world of X-Men.