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Channing Tatum (born Channing Bryan Isaac Tatum Anderson on 26 April 1980) is an American actor and has appeared in the films Coach Carter (2005) and She's the Man (2006).
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Road-trip romp, classroom drama earn five nominations each
Updated: 2 hours, 57 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES - The road-trip romp "Little Miss Sunshine" and the gritty classroom drama "Half Nelson" led contenders Tuesday for the Spirit Awards honoring independent films, each earning five nominations, including best picture.
Other best-picture nominees were "American Gun," a drama about the proliferation of firearms in America; "The Dead Girl," a thriller centered on a serial killer's female victims; and "Pan's Labyrinth," a Spanish-language tale about a girl's dark fantasy life in Fascist Spain.
Maverick filmmaker Robert Altman, who died last week, earned a best-director nomination for his final film, "A Prairie Home Companion." The new James Bond, Daniel Craig, received a supporting-male actor nomination for the Truman Capote drama "Infamous," in which he plays a death-row inmate.
The Spirit Awards, formerly known as the Independent Spirit Awards, honor films produced on comparatively small budgets of less than $20 million. The awards will be presented Feb. 24, the day before the Academy Awards.
"Little Miss Sunshine," the summer mini-hit about a dysfunctional family's comic trek to a child's beauty pageant, also earned two supporting-actor nominations, for Alan Arkin and Paul Dano. Stars Greg Kinnear, Toni Collette and Steve Carell were shut out in the lead-acting categories.
The film also was nominated for best director (husband and wife Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris) and best first screenplay (Michael Arndt).
"Half Nelson" earned lead-acting nominations for Ryan Gosling, who plays an inspiring inner-city teacher with a drug problem, and Shareeka Epps, who plays a promising student who becomes both his pupil and counselor.
Ryan Fleck earned two nominations for "Half Nelson," for best director and first screenplay, co-written with Anna Boden.
Other nominees for best female lead were Catherine O'Hara, "For Your Consideration"; Elizabeth Reaser, "Sweet Land"; Michelle Williams, "Land of Plenty"; and Robin Wright Penn, "Sorry, Haters."
Joining Gosling in the best male lead category were Aaron Eckhart, "Thank You for Smoking"; Edward Norton, "The Painted Veil"; Ahmad Razvi, "Man Push Cart"; and Forest Whitaker, "American Gun."
Supporting-actress nominees: Melonie Diaz, "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints"; Marcia Gay Harden, "American Gun"; Mary Beth Hurt, "The Dead Girl"; Frances McDormand, "Friends with Money"; and Amber Tamblyn, "Stephanie Daley."
Along with Arkin, Craig and Dano, supporting-actor nominees were Raymond J. Barry, "Steel City," and Channing Tatum, "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints."
The Spirit Award nominations mark the beginning of a flurry of key awards announcements leading up to Jan. 23's Oscar nominations. December brings Golden Globe nominations, best-of-the-year picks from major critics groups and other film honors.
Since they honor independent and sometimes obscure films, the Spirit Awards often do not reflect the overall field that will compete for the Oscars and other high-profile Hollywood awards. Last year, though, many key Spirit and Oscar nominees overlapped, including "Capote," "Brokeback Mountain" and "Good Night, and Good Luck."
Nominees were chosen by members of the nonprofit cinema groups Film Independent and the Independent Film Project.
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Posted 01 January 2007 - 07:32 PM
I just read that he is bisexual and gave an interview with E! talking about his relationship with a man. Has anyone else heard this? He also did a few gay photoshoots (Out Magazine). Here is a link to where I found all of this info:
If that's true...bye-bye career. In all seriousness, he'll probably deny the article, once his star rises.
Posted 22 July 2007 - 05:27 PM
For a quick minute there I thought Channing Tatum was hot shit. In case you don't know this fug, he was the dancing janitor in "Step Up." He's just a bloated mess now. Coke bloat and chicken chest!
Here's Channing with his "Step Up" co-star Jenna Dewan.
And yes it's a slow day. Can't you tell? Shit, it's Sunday! Go to church or something.
Posted 28 January 2008 - 10:39 AM
Marion Cotillard, Giovanni Ribisi, Stephen Dorff and Jason Clarke also joining 'Public Enemies' cast
January 28, 2008
"Step Up" star Channing Tatum and Oscar nominee Marion Cotillard are expected to co-star with Johnny Depp and Christian Bale in a new film.
According to Variety,Tatum and Cotillard is in negotiations to appear in "Public Enemies," from director Michael Mann.
Also joining the cast are Giovanni Ribisi, Stephen Dorff and Jason Clarke.
Set between 1933 and 1943, "Public Enemies" follows the government's attempts to stop some of the most infamous criminals of the 20th Century, including John Dillinger (Depp), Baby Face Nelson and Pretty Boy Floyd (Tatum). Bale is playing FBI heavyweight Melvin Purvis.
The trade paper says Cotillard would play Billie, Dillinger's singer girlfriend. Ribisi ("My Name Is Earl"), Dorff ("Blade") and Clarke ("Brotherhood") would play members of Dillinger's gang.
Mann adapted Brian Burrough's book with Ronan Bennett and Ann Biderman. Production will begin for Universal film later this winter.
Tatum, whose credits also include "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints," has "Battle in Seattle" and "Stop Loss" in the can for 2008 release.
Cotillard's awards haul for "La Vi En Rose" has included nominations for SAG, Golden Globes and the Oscars. Her previous English-language credits include "Big Fish" and "A Good Year."
Posted 29 January 2008 - 08:29 AM
By Carly Mayberry Tue Jan 29, 2:07 AM ET
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Channing Tatum has joined the "G.I. Joe" team. Tatum will play Duke, a key leader of the G.I. Joe crew. Sam Worthington originally was to play the role in the Paramount film. Worthington, however, could not coordinate the production's schedule with his current work on James
Tatum, who had been cast in Oliver Stone's My Lai massacre film "Pinkville," found some time in his schedule after that production was put on hold because of the writers' strike.
He joins Sienna Miller, Ray Park, Rachel Nichols, Marlon Wayans, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Said Taghmaoui and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the live-action film, which is set in the future and based on the popular Hasbro action figures.
Stephen Sommers is directing from the latest script, penned by Stuart Beattie.
The film is scheduled for an August 7, 2009, release.
Tatum, who will appear in the upcoming "Fighting" with Terrence Howard as well as the war drama "Stop Loss," starring Ryan Phillippe, has also been cast in "Public Enemies," the period crime drama from Universal that stars Johnny Depp and Christian Bale.
Posted 21 February 2008 - 09:43 PM
By Borys Kit
Feb 22, 2008
David Wenham and Stephen Graham have joined the cast of Universal's "Public Enemies," Michael Mann's gangster film starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale.
An adaptation of Brian Burrough's book "Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-43," the film centers on the government's attempt to stop John Dillinger and his gang. Depp is playing Dillinger to Bale's famed FBI agent Melvin Purvis.
Wenham is playing Pete Pierpont, a member of Dillinger's crew who has a violent hostility to all authority. British actor Graham will portray Baby Face Nelson.
Also in the cast are Marion Cotillard, Channing Tatum, Giovanni Ribisi and Stephen Dorff.
Shooting begins in March in Chicago.
Wenham recently finished production on Baz Luhrmann's "Australia," opposite Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman, for 20th Century Fox. He also appeared in the "Lord of the Rings" movies and "300." He is repped by Endeavor, Artists-Independent Management in the U.S. and Shanahan Management in Australia.
Graham ("This Is England") is repped by Kritzer Levine Wilkins Entertainment and in the U.K. by Independent Talent Group.
Posted 22 February 2008 - 04:39 PM
Channing Tatum, the actor who is probably most famously known for his roles in "Step Up" and "Step Up 2 the Streets" (at least to me, he is) is seen here on the set of his latest film, which is the big-screen adaptation of the Hasbro toy and cartoon series, G.I. Joe. According to one of the movie's stars, Dennis Quaid, it's going to be a trilogy. "They're definitely out to do a franchise, so this is actually my first three-picture deal," said Quaid to reporters.
I hope the fact that Channing is involved means that there will somehow be an international dance-off that will determine the course of human life on the planet as we know it.
Posted 21 April 2009 - 11:32 AM
By Laura Hahn
Channing Tatum and fiancée Jenna Dewan like to keep their lips sealed about their engagement, but few people can miss the huge ring on her finger.
"Almost everybody goes, 'Oh my God, that is so big,' " Dewan told PEOPLE at the New York premiere of Tatum's movie Fighting. "And I'm like, 'I know, I feel the same way.' "
Although she wouldn't give details, the actress-dancer told PEOPLE that the wedding of the two 28-year-olds will happen soon. "We're so busy, and you know when you're so busy, wedding planning is so hard to do," she says. "But it will be soon. Sooner than later."
Dewan says that when it comes to planning the big day, "I seriously haven't even thought about it. I'm the worst bride in the world. I'm just so happy, and I'm so enjoying being engaged. I don't want to rush anything."
Meanwhile, when asked about wedding plans, Tatum would only say, "I'm sorry, I kind of like to keep it a little more private."
So does the couple, who became engaged last September, feel any different now than they did before their engagement? "I think [we feel] the same," says Dewan. "We're both so happy. It's great."
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By Janet Mock
Eat your heart out, ladies: Channing Tatum is officially off the market – and PEOPLE's got the exclusive wedding photo to prove it.
The hunky G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra star, 29, married his Step Up dance partner Jenna Dewan, 28, on Saturday in Malibu, Calif.
Dressed in a peach-and-ivory Reem Acra couture ball gown, the bride looked dreamily into her Giorgio Armani-suited groom's eyes as they wed. The pair exchanged vows before 220 guests – they included maid of honor Emmanuelle Chriqui and bridesmaid Haylie Duff – at an oceanside estate. Tatum's 12 groomsmen wore Armani tuxedos with evening shirts and black silk neckties.
"I loved working with Jenna. She is so fresh and young," designer Reem Acra said of her client. "Her input on what she envisioned for her gown was essential and I am thrilled to have made her dream wedding gown come true."
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