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Jenna Dewan-Tatum turned her husband's well-watch 'Magic Mike' bit around on him during an episode of Lip Sync Battle and nails it.



Not to be out done, Channing then performed Beyonce's 'Run the World (Girls)' and ending his Queen Bee performance with a special guest.


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Channing Tatum being an asshole to kittens will either fuel your distaste for Channing Tatum and/or kittens, or for movie marketing promotions.

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What a pleasant young man to assist his elders. 

Surely everything he does must be innocent and pure and not include male stripping. 

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Even if you have no interest in seeing Magic Mike XXL this week, you probably have an interest in seeing how well Channing Tatum can pull off 7 sweet moves in 30 seconds.

He does it all. From the funky chicken:



To the pony:



And no one will ever forget about his vogueing:



Enjoy!

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There's nothing that explores the intricacies of postmodern emotional life than recreating <i>Magic Mike XXL</i>'s trailer with hot dogs and sausages. 

It says the whole of the contemporary struggle in the stilted gyration of the that stiff little weiner. 

And you just might learn a dance move or two as well:

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This really well-produced trailer takes the idea of the Magic Mike sequel releasing July 1 to its logical next step — What if it was a 70s grind house nudie movie?

That's the entire joke, but it works well for this.

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On a very special episode of The Tonight Show, Channing Tatum and Jimmy Fallon take scripts written by children who were only given the title of Magic Mike.

The result is pure beauty.

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Let me first say that yes, there is a sped up makeup montage.


Whether you're ready for it or not, Magic Mike XXL comes out on July 1.


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We've known for a while that Fox has been courting Channing Tatum to star as Gambit in their ever-growing X-Men franchise, and now it's confirmed. Producer Lauren Shuler Donner had this to say at Monday Night's Days of Future Past premiere:



And now, the Hollywood Reporter is reporting when we'll first see the Magic Mike star flinging explosive cards, in 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse. Soon after, audiences will be treated to a Gambit stand-alone film which is still in the very early stages of development.

Personally I feel that seeing the iconic 90's X-Man rubbing elbows with young Magneto and Professor X will be a little weird, but he's the type of character that will play both sides in the mutant debate. Where do you think Gambit will fit in?