Above, "The Dreamboat" Channing Tatum is profiled in People (December 31, 2012). Below, the same issue generously offers up Ryan Lochte:
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Bullying pushes Josh Pacheco a Fenton, MI, teenager, to suicide.
Supreme Court strikes down Mexico's anti-equality law.
Gov. Jan Brewer "slugged" the climate-curious reporter.
Dita Von Teese's ultimate style icon: Madonna.
Opinions on gay rights are rapidly changing.
"You can't say, 'Gay once, gay always.'"—various quacks
Gay-bashing Miami cop gets job back.
French sperm quality totally sucks.
Julie Andrews can sing "Old Man River"—not much else.
Workers in Belarus banned from quitting.
Barbra Streisand might cast Lady Gaga in Gypsy.
Gay Secretary of Commerce for Obama?
World's oldest woman dies at 116.
Ryan & Rubio distance themselves from Romney.
Channing Tatum taking a breather.
Disabled? Rebublicans couldn't care less.
Republicans thumb noses at wheelchair-bound Bob Dole.
Scorching-hot cub calendar for charity.
Hillary Clinton is totally running in '16. C'mon.
Is Kate Middleton a gay icon? C'mon.
Anderson Cooper went blind for 36 hours.
Mike Diamond sweats Ben Cohen's jock.
Handicapping Supreme Court Justice deaths.
Trade association NRECA selects homophobic head.
Even more Jayson Blair.
Dutch treat blackface as jolly Christmas tradition.
Newest Vanity Fair cover looks funny "ha-ha."
Paris Hilton's a DJ...wait, what did she used to be?
Boybands ready to scratch each other's eyes out.
Madonna's touring must-haves.
Top sugar daddy misconceptions. (Wait, aren't any of 'em bottoms?)
In GQ's December 2012 issue, Channing Tatum is declared to be one of the venerable men's magazine's "Men of the Year."
In his interview, he talks about his crazy work schedule over the past few years:
"Big actors have told me to get it while the getting is good. Grind it. Ahhh, I'm not gonna drop names. You konw, very successful, smart actors. And they were like, 'Grind it. If you love it, grind it.' I did. And a lot of people who didn't grind it, it's not that they're not in a good place, but I'm in a better place."
Channing's sexiness documented in this gallery
Channing Tatum is "Sexiest Man Alive!" according to People (November 26, 2012). Maybe not sexiest, but he's definitely a good choice. As for his working out, he tells the mag:
"I'm around 195 lbs. right now, and that's bigger than I've been. In Magic Mike, I was, like, 175 lbs. When I'm not training, I get really round and soft. My wife likes to smoosh her face into my gut."
Great, then she and I won't be competing for a couple of other parts into which I'd like to smoosh my face.
Channing Tatum: Sexiest man alive!
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Hot or not? Is it really a question?
OH SOS Husted is busted; more election mischief.
Why righties engage in voter suppression.
Douchebag Josh Mandel's own family advertises against him in OH.
Nate Silver says Obama's win percentage is over 91%, EVs @ 314.
UMD students for marriage equality.
A Boy Meets World sequel is in the works.
I've got 3 Magic Mike pinup cards signed by Channing Tatum to give away!
To enter, simply comment this blog with the all-time best song for a guy to strip to—and I'll pick 3 of you at random to win 1 week from today! (Contest open only to those in the U.S. No P.O. Boxes.)
Magic Mike—own it on Blu-ray Combo Pack or Digital Download
From a press release: A dramatic comedy set in the world of male strippers, Magic Mike is directed by Academy Award winner Steven Soderberg (Traffic) and stars Channing Tatum in the title role. The film follows Mike as he takes a young dancer called The Kid (Alex Pettyfer) under his wing and schools him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women and making easy money.
ABS-olutely Fabulous Magic Mike Photo Gallery Above!
I've got 1 Blu-ray combo pack of Magic Mike (Warner Bros.) to give to a lucky reader, who will be chosen randomly one week from today at 5PM EST!
To enter, simply comment this blog with your favorite actor from the movie. As long as you're in the U.S. (no P.O. Boxes), you're eligible to win.
From a press release: A dramatic comedy set in the world of male strippers, Magic Mike is directed by Academy Award winner Steven Soderbergh (Traffic) and stars Channing Tatum in the title role. The film follows Mike as he takes a young dancer called The Kid (Alex Pettyfer) under his wing and schools him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women, and making easy money.
People (August 13, 2012) asks if Step Up stud Ryan Guzman is "the next Channing Tatum," begging the question—are we done with the first one already? (But let's hope he is—love me some Ryan Guzman!)