In a breathtaking—but all too expected—display of unselfconscious privilege, Kylie Jenner revealed the key to the delicious Lip Kit swatches featured on both her Snapchat and Instagram accounts: her housekeeper. And no, she does not deign to identify her by name.
In a casting decision that singlehandedly redeems the very concept of the remake, Channing Tatum is going to star in a remake of Splash—as the mermaid. Merman? Either way, literally nothing about this fails to delight.
It’s been ten years since the original release of the film Step Up, and I for one welcome our new dance overlords Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum. They’ve already given us three successful sequels, and now the perfect Hollywood couple is producing a series in conjunction with YouTube Red.
Mark your calendars for March 2017, when Magic Mike Live will open in Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. All those words in combination should strike fear into my heart, but all I can feel is the bass pounding.
Jenna Dewan Tatum made us feel real shitty about our dancing skills when she did a flawless Magic Mike routine on Lip Sync Battle—but hat appearance probably helped her get a role in an upcoming NBC dance competition show.
A decade ago today, Amanda Bynes, pre a few difficult years, starred in the best movie I’ve ever seen.
Channing Tatum has arrived at the 73rd Annual Golden Globes and he brought a terrible haircut along with him.
Channing Tatum made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote his upcoming film, The Hateful Eight, as well as kick Fallon’s ass during a game of Egg Russian Roulette. I presumed this game involved some sort of Cool Hand Luke-inspired, egg-eating marathon, but it actually consists of each…
Rebel Wilson is Cosmopolitan U.K.’s Ultimate Woman of the Year, as well as the magazine’s January covergirl — and does any of that really require explanation? This sassy woman is aces, and her take-no-shit attitude shines through her interview.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Channing Tatum learns to love himself, Kim Kardashian shows off Kanye’s Nike Roshe knockoffs and Angel Haze gets it.
Channing Tatum’s voguing scene in Magic Mike XXL (and in that Vanity Fair clip) seemed to ignite the internet, but even more legendary was the part of the film that featured real-life voguer and MC Dashaun Wesley.
Magic Mike XXL opened early Tuesday night—but if you and your best pals have to wait until, say, tonight to see it, here is the thirst trap you’ve been waiting for: a video of Channing Tatum dancing that’s just long enough to fire up your Fourth of July grill. The soundtrack, as it ever is: Ginuwine’s “Pony.”
Channing Tatum went on Howard Stern Tuesday to promote Magic Mike XXL, and despite Stern’s insistent horny old man questions, Tatum was generally—despite his devastating goatee, which is thankfully not visible over the radio—pretty charming. And forthcoming, bless him.
Channing Tatum answered a good old-fashioned Reddit AMA and his answers were highly entertaining, as you might expect. “Chan here,” he begins and proceeds to keep it real while answering some of the weirdest questions. Example: a fan asked who his favorite Care Bear was and said he liked the Care Bear Cousins the…
The only thing better than
Magic Mike Channing Tatum shaking his junk in front of a fictional, film-cast crowd is Channing Tatum shaking his junk atop a float in front of a real, live crowd while tossing promotional trinkets for Magic Mike XXL.
Yes, that’s Channing Tatum dressed as a balding, middle-aged marketing executive named Scott Hasley, ready to surprise fans at a Magic Mike XXL screening.
The second full-length trailer for the second-full length film about Channing Tatum’s crotch is here, and it’s got everything a horny aunt could want: waxed chests, convenience store thrusting, and Andie MacDowell, the worst actress in the world.
For those have you who have been yearning for more lady versions of dude-centric comedies, here’s some interesting news: Sony is making a female version of 21 Jump Street. Even better, they’ve hired two writers from Broad City—Lucia Aniello and Paul Downs—to pen the script.
On Saturday, Channing Tatum left his backpack in a New York City cab and put a call out to Twitter to help him find it. Well, Twitter saw something. And Twitter said something.
Channing Tatum lost his bag. What could be in it? Breakaway pants? Sanrio gum? An old VHS of MTV’s The Grind? Can someone please find it and report back? Happy Saturday!