Throughout the year, eagle-eyed fans have had a feeling about a budding romance between Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz, who are now set to work together on a thriller called Pussy Island. Kravitz is also directing Tatum in the film (her first director's gig) from a screenplay that she co-wrote. Amidst the movie's production though, there seems to be a clue about their relationship hidden in Tatum’s recent social media habits.
People have noticed that Channing Tatum is not only following Zoë Kravitz’s official Instagram account but also four Zoë Kravitz fan pages as well. While this is very much a move that could only involve other famous people, it seems to lean more toward smitten BF energy rather than a supportive friend vibe, doesn’t it?
Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz have been spending a lot more time together as of late, between strolls around Central Park or a bike ride around the East Village earlier this month. Hey, they could very well just be friends but, given this wink, wink of Instagram activity, it wouldn’t surprise us if they are actually an item.
Zoë Kravitz filed for divorce from Karl Glusman in December 2020 after a year and a half of marriage. Prior to that, the two had been together for four years. The divorce was finalized this week. Channing Tatum is also apparently single, following his breakup from singer Jessie J in October 2020. Previously, the actor was married to Jenna Dewan for 10 years and shares 8-year-old daughter Everly with her.
On the outside, it seems like it could very well check out, but we’ve yet to see any PDA from Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz to declare it official. The biggest celebrity couple of 2021, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, had the internet talking in a similar "are they or aren’t they?" discussion, until JLo took to Instagram on her birthday to share a photo of the pair kissing -- effectively making it very much official.
Both Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz are active Instagram users, but there’s no harm in keeping things private as they work on Pussy Island. Tatum will star as a billionaire philanthropist and tech mogul named Slater King, who lures a clever cocktail waitress, played by Star Wars’ Naomi Ackie, into his world and onto a private island (which is not what it seems).
Channing Tatum recently directed his first film too, a movie called Dog, which he also stars in. Tatum also made a romantic comedy with Sandra Bullock called The Lost City of D, coming next spring. Of course, one of Zoë Kravtiz’s most anticipated works is role as Catwoman alongside Robert Pattinson's Dark Knight in The Batman, which finally arrives on March 4. Though we're suspicious of Kravitz and Tatum's relationship status, who can blame the actor for being, if nothing, a fan of Kravitz along with a recent go-to hang?
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