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Hey there, lovebirds! Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum enjoyed an afternoon in the sun on Friday, spending some well-deserved alone time on a vacation in Hawaii. First on their itinerary? The beach, of course! The Magic Mike: Xxl star and his longtime ladylove flaunted a little Pda (and their impeccable figures) as they splashed in the ocean and chased each other through the sand. Jenna's rock-solid abs couldn't be missed as she rocked a bright red string bikini with cutouts and delicate gold chain wrapped around her tummy. In photographs obtained by E! News, Channing—who kept it casual in black swim trunks—ran after his Step Up co-star with the biggest smile on his »
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum have been married since 2009, but they still act like teenagers who sneak out of the house for some alone time (and we love it). The adorable couple escaped real life this week when they jetted off to Hawaii for a tropical vacation, and on Thursday, they were spotted flirting up a storm in the surf. Channing and Jenna, who met on the set of 2006's Step Up and are now parents to daughter Everly, appeared to re-create some of the film's iconic dance moves in the sand. Channing, who showed off his muscles in just black swimming trunks, playfully picked up Jenna, who looked amazing in a red bikini, and brought her into the water. They laughed up a storm and high-fived their way through the afternoon, proving that the key to any romance is to never stop being best friends. Related:See Jenna Dewan Tatum »
- Caitlin Hacker
Moore explained that she rehearsed with Gosling and Stone separately for six weeks before calling them in to train together.
"I would work with Emma in the morning because she is a morning person," she revealed. "She loves to work in the morning and be in early, at 8 o'clock, and Ryan loves to have his day and come later. So I would meet with him at 8 o'clock at night and [we'd] work for about two hours."
"He's very hard on himself," she said of the Canadian actor. "That happens to me a lot as a choreographer. It's if you »
Here's the status of TV shows like Saints & Sinners, Salem, Samurai Jack, Sanjay & Craig, Santa Clarita Diet, Schitt's Creek, School of Rock, Scream, Search Party, Sense8, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Shadowhunters, Shameless, The Shannara Chronicles, Sharp Objects, Sheriff Callie’s Wild West, She’s Gotta Have It, Shimmer and Shine, Shooter, Shut Eye, Silicon Valley, The Sinner, Single Ladies, Sisters, Six, Six Days of the Condor, Skylanders Academy, Slasher, Sneaker Pawn, Sneaky Pete, Snowfall, The Son, The Soul Man, South of Hell, South Park, Space Racers, The Split, The Spoils of Babylon, SpongeBob SquarePants, Spotless, Stan Against Evil, Star Vs. the Forces of Evil, Star Wars: Rebel, Step Up, Steven Universe, Still the King, The Stinky & Dirty Show, Stitchers, Stone Quackers, The Strain, Stranger Things, Strike Back, The Strike Series, Stuck in the Middle, Succession, Suits, Sun Records, SuperMansion, Super Monsters, Superstition, Survivor's Remorse, The Swans of Fifth »
Joi McMillon, who became the first African-American female editor nominated for her sensitive work on Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” (shared with co-editor Nat Sanders), peeled back the layers of the final chapter of this triptych that she tackled. For the editor, it’s all about closure, and much of that culminates with the climactic reunion in a Miami diner between the gay African-American Chiron (Trevante Rhodes) and his estranged childhood friend, Kevin (Andre Holland), whom he once shared a sexual moment with on a beach.
“Moonlight” not only marked the editor’s feature debut but also reunited her with Jenkins and Sanders, who attended Florida State’s film school together.
“The first two acts are based on the play [‘In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue’ by Tarell Alvin McCraney], but Barry wrote the third act, and when we discussed the diner scene »
- Bill Desowitz
Myriad will introduce the family film to buyers at the upcoming Berlin European Film Market.
Reuniting the creative team behind the original “Red Dog” – writer Daniel Taplitz (“Chaos Theory”), producer Nelson Woss (“Ned Kelly”) and director Kriv Stenders (“Kill Me Three Times”) – “Red Dog: True Blue” had its U.S. premiere at the Sundance Festival. It will now screen Friday as the opening film at the Berlin International Film Festival’s Generation Kplus, one of the two sections at the world’s biggest fest focus for children, youth and family movies.
“Red Dog: True Blue” was greeted enthusiastically by critics in its Australian homeland, where it has grossed more than $5 million to date, a solid result. It also received an upbeat reaction at Sundance, »
- John Hopewell
It’s time for Days of Our Lives to make like the Phoenix and rise from the ashes.
Earlier this month, NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt told fans of the 52-year-old soap that Megyn Kelly’s imminent addition to the network’s daytime landscape didn’t mean that Salem was about to be wiped off the map. Still, to ensure that those sands keep passing through the hourglass, the show might want to really needs to consider making a few changes under incoming headwriter Ron Carlivati (formerly of General Hospital).
1. Cut the dead weight. Lovely as it is »
When YouTube decided to get serious about developing high-end content for its YouTube Red subscription product, the Internet behemoth turned to a seasoned TV pro.
Susanne Daniels, who joined YouTube as global head of content in July 2015, helped birth such notable series as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Dawson’s Creek” during her tenure in programming at the WB Network. She also logged stints at ABC and Fox and, more recently, Lifetime and MTV.
All of that experience at broadcast and cable networks taught Daniels, one of this year’s Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award honorees at the Natpe conference in Miami, the rules of the road for developing TV series, even those that were unconventional from the start such as “Buffy.” But most of that rule book has been thrown out now that she’s working in the always-on environment of the world’s most-watched video platform.
“There’s such a broad audience that uses YouTube. There »
- Cynthia Littleton
Feral forest children with pitchforks for hands. NYC visitors on foreign country turf. Choreographed dance numbers to Andy Grammer’s “Honey, I’m Good.” These are the supposed horrors of Glenn Douglas Packard’s Pitchfork, a new-age slasher film with a barnyard twist. The intent is to create a new breed of slasher icon worth fearing – this “Pitchfork” fellow – but the result is, without argument, an expected January release that silently comes and goes. What starts with a traveling band of “super-woke” city stereotypes ends with the impact of a size 72 font *shrug* emoji, lost amidst stale dialogue, misguided “emotionality” and a base-value representation of “horror.” It’s the kind of genre brand that kills people and assumes it’s enough, while supplemental material is nothing but throwaway repetition.
The film follows a diverse group of friends who travel many miles just to support their friend Hunter (Brian Raetz), since »
- Matt Donato
Since its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival last year, Damien Chazelle’s romantic musical “La La Land” has garnered widespread critical acclaim and has grossed over $90 million worldwide. Last Sunday, the film won seven Golden Globes, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress, breaking the record of most wins by a single film. Now, the film might have the opportunity to come alive on the stage.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group co-president Erik Feig told investors this past Tuesday that the studio eventually may mount a touring stage show “If we want to do a stage show, we can do a stage show,” says Feig, pointing to Lionsgate’s “Step Up” franchise as a template for adapting a film for the stage.
- Vikram Murthi
The 36-year-old actress and dancer joins judges Derek Hough, Ne-yo and Lopez on the 10-episode series, which features dancers competing for a $1 million grand prize, according to Deadline Hollywood. She will also serve as a mentor.
Dewan Tatum, who starred in the 2006 drama Step Up alongside husband Channing Tatum, recently took to Instagram to share her excitement about the new project, and she had some company in the form of her new colleagues. »
- Alexia Fernandez
Jenna Dewan Tatum is very interested in dance-related TV. The Step Up star, who in 2016 was developing her own dance competition for NBC with husband Channing Tatum, has now boarded the network's World of Dance.
Mrs. Tatum will serve as host and mentor on the straight-to-series order, joining an already-cast judging panel of Ne-Yo, Derek Hough and Jennifer Lopez. The latter is an executive producer on the series, which is being produced by her Nuyorican Productions and NBC's new in-house Universal Television Alternative Studio. The 10-episode run is expected to premiere later in the year.
“World of Dance is »
- Michael O'Connell
Look who’s stepping up to host World of Dance.
The Witches of East End star, who has an extensive dance background and starred in the first Step Up movie, will join judges Derek Hough, Ne-Yo and Lopez on the series, which awards its top hoofer a $1 million grand prize.
RelatedDWTS Veteran Derek Hough Jumps to NBC’s World of Dance as a Judge
Per the official release, Dewan Tatum “will share her expertise, experience and unique point of view with both the dancers and the audience, »
Nap time = The Best Time »
- Brittney Stephens
Three-year-old daughter Everly isn’t the only one in the Tatum household who looks forward to nap time.
Before heading to the Golden Globes after party Sunday night, Jenna Dewan Tatum decided to take a little snooze — completely in the buff.
Channing Tatum couldn’t help but brag about his stunning wife, posting a black and white photo of her in bed — face buried in a pillow with one leg over the sheets, putting her derriere on full display — on Instagram.
“Nap time = The Best Time,” the Magic Mike star, 36, captioned the sizzling snap.
Although her husband skipped the Golden Globes festivities, »
- Stephanie Petit
Jennifer Lopez's new dance competition show, World of Dance, is already shaping up to be pretty epic!
The 47-year-old singer took to Instagram on Wednesday, giving fans a sneak peek look at what's to come on the NBC series, while also revealing the show's host, Jenna Dewan Tatum.
As if we weren't already excited enough for this series, the new casting is absolutely perfect, as the 36-year-old dancer will surely bring her fun personality and plenty of dance expertise to the program. The former Step Up star will be joined by judges Derek Hough and Neyo, along with Lopez, who is judging and executive producing World of Dance.
"Introducing #Worldofdance @neyo @derekhough," Lopez captioned a selfie of her crew at Los Angeles' trendy Catch La. "And joining our lil family the lovely @jennaldewan #comingsoon #NBC."
Related: Jennifer Lopez Heading Back to Reality TV With »
At some point Channing Tatum went from man-candy (what? It's been said) to movie star. His star rose when Step Up stole the hearts of romantic comedy lovers that had waited too long for a new dance film. Seemed like Save The Last Dance had been decades before, despite the fact it actually released only five years prior. But, let's take a look back at Channing's filmography and see exactly where Tatum became something more.
CSI: Miami - Bob Davenport (2004) Never saw it, lets assume he was "okay."Coach Carter - Jason Lyle (2005) Same as CSI: Miami, watching Samuel L. Jackson as a coach just seemed too easy. Yell. Throw Notebook. Win baby, win.War of the Worlds - Boy in Church (uncredited, 2005) Wuh? Did they know he was just in Coach Carter?Havoc - Nick (2005) Is this the Havoc with Anne Hatheway's nude scene? Must go back and pay »
- Tyler Richardson
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