Added a bunch of stills from Channing’s appearance on NBC’s new series Running Wild with Bear Grylls
Entertainment Tonight interviewed Channing and others in attendance at the HFPA’s Grants Banquet and had them share their thoughts about Robin Williams. Channing’s interview is the very last one!
Thursday night Channing attended the Hollywood Foreign Press’s Grants Banquet, a new annual event!
- Channing Tatum Online > 2014 > August 14 | Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet
- Channing Tatum Online > 2014 > August 14 | Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet – Inside
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NBC has released the preview of Channing’s episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls that airs on Monday, August 11th!
Hunk Channing Tatum takes a harrowing adventure into the wilds of Yosemite on Monday when he’s Running Wild with Bear Grylls at 8/7c on NBC.
I have added an image from a photoshoot that Channing did at Comic Con last week!
- Channing Tatum Online > Outtakes > 2014 > 008
We are getting all kinds of Book of Life stuff this week!
Here is more from Channing’s interview with MTV.
Is there nothing this man can’t do?
Channing Tatum and Christina Applegate sat down with MTV’s Josh Horowitz at San Diego Comic-Con to talk voicing characters in their latest project, the Guillermo del Toro-produced film “The Book of Life” – and the conversation got…ehem…animated.
After discussing how they came to the project, Applegate exclaimed, “It’s unlike any animation you’ve ever seen before,” which segued into the question of whether or not Tatum used his own voice or created a new one for his character Joaquin.
“I’m definitely not doing a Mexican accent, let’s be clear about that,” Tatum said, laughing. “I’m not really doing a character character, I really just listened to [director] Jorge [Gutierrez] and we kind of dialed in who we thought – Joaquin! – is how he says his name…”
That’s when Tatum’s train of thought was derailed by Applegate’s mimicry of the voice, which he then enthusiastically reiterated. The squeaky-sweet tête-à-tête starts at the 2:29 mark.
Channing gives MTV & the fans the first look at his new film The Book of Life in which he voices the character of Joaquin!
MTV has your first look at your next big (animated) adventure: “The Book of Life.”
We (and Diego Luna and Channing Tatum) rolled out the first sneak peek at the family film during the mtvU Fandom Awards at San Diego Comic-Con on Sunday (July 27), but in case you missed it (or in case you want to watch it over and over again), here’s some brand new footage from the animated adventure comedy:
The story, which director Jorge Gutierrez describes as one man’s journey to be “reunited with the love of his life,” finds Manolo (voiced by Luna) traveling through magical realms to return to his Maria (Zoe Saldana), who is also being pursed by Joaquin (Tatum).
“We’re here tonight because behind each fandom there’s a great story,” Luna said before presenting the clip.
“And Comic-Con is the place where these stories about love, adventure, and the impossible come to life,” Tatum continued, before jumping right in to footage from the fantastical world of “Book of Life.”
Check out the footage above for some can’t miss scenes from the film, but especially for Tatum’s jealousy towards his character for having a rad mustache.
“The Book of Life” hits theaters on October 17.
While at Comic Con Channing sat down with Josh Horowitz from MTV and talked about his upcoming role in the new X-Men film!
Here’s what happens when you allow Channing to ruin your face.
Well, you can’t say he didn’t ask for it. MTV News’ Josh Horowitz found out the hard way that you can’t ask bulky, mutant levels of handsome actors like Channing Tatum to literally throw things at you, even if it’s to show off a new role.
Tatum and Christina Applegate stopped by our San Diego Comic-Con headquarters on Friday (July 26) to promote “Book of Life,” but of course we couldn’t help but ask Tatum about taking on the role of the beloved X-Men character, Gambit — a role he’s craved for basically his entire life.
“I was like, chasing it,” he explained. “Very vigorously. Just bothering [producer] Lauren [Shuler-Donner] like crazy. I was coming in in dress, in full Gambit attire. You name it, I had cards, I had the whole thing.”
This then forced us to ask about Gambit’s token card-throwing skills, which the actor was more than happy to show off — in Josh’s face. Safe to say, if Gambit brings this deck of cards to “Apocalypse,” the X-Men will officially win the war.