We do love a bit of Channing Tatum of a Monday morning, so imagine our surprise when we heard the Step Up and Magic Mike star was apparently gearing up for a new rom-com that director Pail Feig Bridesmaids says will "turn the rom-com genre on its head". As per CinemaBlend , Tatum has reportedly just signed on to star alongside John Milhiser don't worry, we don't know either, he's new to Saturday Night Live apparently in the film which Feig who you'll all know best as Mr Poole from Sabrina The Teenage Witch will helm. The project doesn't have a title just yet, but the story reportedly revolves around an average-looking guy who becomes romantically involved with a very attractive man. No prizes for guessing who Channing will play It marks a big departure from the likes of Magic Mike anyway, eh?
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Guys, I heard a rom-com rumor over the weekend that captured my heart so fully, I felt real despair when I found out it wasn't true. It was sort of like I was in a rom-com and this rom-com rumor was the focus of my desire, and when it was revealed to be a fraud, I just stood there looking like turn-of-the-century Rachel Leigh Cook, all angsty disappointment. And anger at myself, for having believed in the first place. The juicy headline turned out to be all but fake: This was apparently just a pie-in-the-sky idea that came up casually at the same Feig-attended dinner Anna just went to. After most of the Internet ran with the story, things settled down and it became clear that Tatum's involvement was just a brainstorm, nothing more, though it sounds like Milhiser is indeed circling the project, which would be about an average dude dating a guy physically far out of his league.
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Ignorance is bliss, as Matt Bomer realized Thursday night. It's been six years since the three actors starred in the stripper flick, so it's possible Bomer's memory was a little foggy. So, did he recall any awkward moments? Channing is one of the most fun people I've ever worked with; he set a great tone. They both came to work on time, did great work, and there was never any undercurrent of tension that I witnessed.
Because Channing Tatum does not like me — and for many reasons [and] many being my own fault. I actually did my work and I sat in the corner and listened to music because I had been told anything I did was wrong by my reps. I was very insecure as a human being. I was just generally nervous and scared to be myself.