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Riding high on the success of the action comedy 21 Jump Street and the tearjerker romance The Vow earlier this year, and with Magic Mike expected to clean up the box office later this month, 2012 has been a fantastic year for Channing Tatum.

Make that Chan-tastic!

Now with the news that Paramount Pictures has delayed release of the action blockbuster G.I. Joe: Retaliation to add more scenes featuring Tatum as Joe Team member Duke, other studios are following suit and adding Channing Tatum to their movies; which means Channing Tatum will more than likely appear in every film in 2013!

Warner Brothers President Jeff Robinov could barely contain his glee when he announced the hunky Tatum would be appearing in a wide variety of upcoming Warner Brothers projects, like The Hangover III, the 300 sequel, and at least one of The Hobbit films.

“The people want Channing Tatum, and that’s what they’re going to get,” Robinov proclaimed. “Right now Channing is on one of our soundstages filming scenes which will be seamlessly inserted into our big 2013 tent pole picture Man of Steel. He’s going to be great as Clark Kent’s cocky older brother Kyle!”

Tatum is also scheduled to add his special brand of handsome to The Lone Ranger, Iron Man 3, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, A Good Day to Die Hard, Tyler Perry’s We the Peeples, Untitled Sarah Jessica Parker Project, and The Smurfs II, where he will voice the new character Handsome Smurf.


About Tom Levier

Tom is a New Jersey native who lived in New York City for a while, and is now back in the Garden State. He is creator and writer of Central Park: A Misguide, DVD Critics Corner!, and The Gallows. Please read, comment on, and subscribe to his blogs. It would make him very happy. When not writing, Tom enjoys making jewelry and other handmade items for his shop Cold Garage Creations. Check out his shop on Etsy!

Posted on June 11, 2012, in DVD, Fiction, Humor, Movie Reviews, Movies, Netflix and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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