Channing attended the London screening for Dear John. Check out the pictures in the gallery!
I added some old scans from Pop Star Magazine:
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I added captures of Channing’s small part in Public Enemies:
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He stars in the No. 1 movie of last weekend, and she’s just joined the cast of TV’s top-rated show – why shouldn’t they make beautiful music together?
And though the music wasn’t exactly beautiful, new American Idol judge Ellen DeGeneres did seem rhapsodic at having her talk-show guest Channing Tatum demonstrate some of the moves he made in his former job as a male “dancer.”
“What kind of dancer were you, Channing?” DeGeneres asked Tatum, 29, for an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show airing Wednesday.
“I was a stripper,” replied the Dear John star, prompting loud applause from the in-studio audience. “Look,” he said, “I’m not proud of it, but I’m not ashamed of it.”
Explaining that he appeared at a venue named Male Revue, Channing was asked if he did lap dances. “I don’t know what men strippers do,” DeGeneres admitted.
And so, Tatum demonstrated what men strippers do – though, if the photo provided by the show’s publicity department is any indication, not a thread was removed. Still, said Tatum, “Now I’m embarrassed.”
And while she was short of cash, DeGeneres, as usual, was not short on comment.
“I wish I had a dollar,” she said after his up-close-and personal routine with her. “If only I had cash I would’ve kept you going.”
Having the final word, Tatum said, “Don’t worry. That one was on the house.”
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan attend Strip House restaurant at Planet Hollywood Casino Resort on February 6, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. They are too cute together!
A sci-fi love story has given way to an earthbound romance at the box office, livening up typically slow times at theaters over Super Bowl weekend.
Released by Sony’s Screen Gems banner, “Dear John” debuted as the No. 1 movie with $32.4 million, knocking off “Avatar” after seven weekends in first place, according to studio estimates Sunday.
“It is very cool to know that it was our movie that audiences just totally embraced and made No. 1 for the weekend,” said Rory Bruer, head of distribution at Sony. As for runaway blockbuster “Avatar,” he quipped, “I think they’re going to be fine in the long run.”
“Avatar” slipped to No. 2 with $23.6 million, raising its domestic total to $630.1 million. Directed by James Cameron, 20th Century Fox’s “Avatar” surpassed his own “Titanic,” which had held the domestic revenue record at $600.8 million.
With a record $2.2 billion worldwide, “Avatar” also has soared past the $1.8 billion “Titanic” took in globally.
Don’t forget to check out Dear John, in theaters today! I added pictures of a Q&A Session Channing and Amanda did last night:
Moviefone posted the “Unscripted” interview with Channing and Amanda Seyfried and it’s completely adorable. You can watch it here, along with some bonus clips. Go watch!
Channing’s new site, Post the Love officially opened yesterday and it’s got such a great message! I won’t try to explain it myself – here’s the welcome video posted by Channing himself:
This is a challenge. A challenge to show someone you love them, scream it to the masses, and pass it on. So join us, and post your love.
I added lots of pictures from last night’s Dear John premiere to the gallery: