Who better to review a movie about porn than a porn star? That's why we got the beautiful Allie Haze to share… Watch Now »
Tag Archives: Channing Tatum
This week: A party at James Franco's house rages on as the Apocalypse gets it on outside in the outrageous horror comedy "This Is the End," starring Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robertson and featuring cameos from numerous celebrities.
And given how close, personal and sometimes even weird he and Jamie Foxx got during all their "White House Down"ing, he totally wants to see his generally dapper co-star bare some buns for the big screen in it. Get More »
The "porn star name game" is a time-honored tradition in America.
It's a game pretty much anyone can play, depending on the rules — we employ the First Name: First Pet, Last Name: Street You Grew Up On method (our apologies to those with allergies, maybe you had a goldfish?). And the results are, without fail, hilarious.
We asked over 100 of our favorite movie stars in Hollywood — including Channing Tatum, Emma Watson, Keira Knightley, Megan Fox, Ryan Gosling, Salma Hayek, Anne Hathaway, Matt Damon, Katie Holmes, Emma Stone and Neil Patrick Harris — for their porn star names. They did not let us down. Click through the gallery for all 100+.
Reporting by: Sandie Angulo Chen ("Millie 69"), Robert DeSalvo ("Rocky Waverly"), Claire Donovan ("Spunky Walter"), Elizabeth Durand ("Stephanie Veronica"), Bryan Enk ("Buck Densmore"), Max Evry ("Orion Cedar Crest "), Breanne Heldman ("Krugerrand Ardon"), Jenni Miller ("Mitzi Turtle Creek"), Kevin Polowy ("Sparkle Sterling"), Brandon Rae ("Sammi von Fernway"), Brooke Tarnoff ("Brandy W. Riviera"), Joanna Varikos ("Angel 14") and Kase Wickman ("Blake Sisters").
Though it wasn't "necessarily" her choice, Brie Larson will not be returning to that street made famous by Johnny Depp.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are moving ahead with a sequel to the well-received action-comedy adaptation of the TV show that launched Depp in the late '80s, "21 Jump Street."
While it's unclear which other actors will return from last year's critical and commercial hit (we're certainly pulling for Ice Cube), Brie Larson recently revealed that she will not be back. In an exclusive interview with Screen Crush, the girl who played Hill's love interest in the movie said she has "no idea" what's happening with the sequel following a meeting with the film's directing duo.
"After speaking with them, it's not something I'm going to be a part of anymore than just in spirit," she said of her sit-down with returning co-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
Hill will again produce, with his and Tatum's undercover cop characters reportedly posing as college students (rather than high schoolers). The joke in the title? The two of them move right next door to where they used to be. Get More »
This week: Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis and Channing Tatum star in "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," the action-packed sequel to "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" (2009).
Also new this week is the female-driven "Deliverance"-esque thriller "Black Rock" with Kate Bosworth and Katie Aselton, the long-overdue Blu-ray debut of the John Carpenter ghost story "The Fog" with Jamie Lee Curtis and Janet Leigh, and a Criterion Collection Blu-ray edition of Guillermo del Toro's "The Devil's Backbone." Get More »
Explosions! Helicopters! A smoldering Channing Tatum! No, this isn't the rescue dream you had last night. It's even better—because it's real: "G.I. Joe: Retaliation." The home release of the flick hits DVD stands this Tuesday, July 30. Get More »
When it comes to Hollywood people on Twitter, there are basically four different types:
1. Those who just think they're way too cool for tweet school before setting virtual foot onto the platform in the first place (here you have your Megan Fox-style fails);
2. The ones that are obviously controlled by some P.R. lackey receiving triple-filtered fluff to post (lookin' at the noob, Liam Hemsworth);
3. Those other guys who totally should have had someone buffering their tweets and/or should altogether just avoid typing while under the influence of alcohol, anger or any other inhibition-lowering stimuli (most recently, Alec Baldwin); Get More »
This Fourth of July, while you're out in the heat sippin' on those patriotic cocktails and wolfing down these foodporn-worthy treats (you're welcome), some of our country's servicemen will be engaging in a much cooler activity indoors — namely, enjoying (too strong?) Roland Emmerich's latest action flick, "White House Down".
On Thursday, active military personnel and veterans (and their plus ones) will be granted free admission to the film at any Regal Entertainment Group, AMC Theaters, Cinemark Theaters or Carmike Cinemas theater — simply by showing proper military identification. Get More »
It's been a while since audiences have seen Maggie Gyllenhaal in an action film (five years, to be exact -- she played Rachel Dawes in 2008's "The Dark Knight"). But she returns to blow-em-ups with a presidential-sized bang in "White House Down," directed by Roland Emmerich.
Gyllenhaal plays Carol Finnerty, a tough-as-nails Secret Service agent reluctant to give John Cale (Channing Tatum, in all his sweaty, muscled glory) a spot on the president's team of top protectors.
NextMovie sat down with Gyllenhaal at the film's D.C. junket where the actress dished on her decision to take on this not-so-predictable role ("I like to go see a movie that's a good time— that's a party!—like this is," she says) and Emmerich's fascination with blowing up landmarks ("Roland is a good time, and I think a real good time is always a little bit dark— and I think he knows that"). Get More »
If there's one thing we can all appreciate about Channing Tatum (note: there are actually many things), it's his charming willingness to poke fun at himself and his own silly action movies. He doesn't tread into disrespectful territory by any stretch, 'cause that's not cool, but he is willing to call it like it is here and there with a shrug and a smile that intones, "Sure, I made a cheesy, predictable, smash-'em-up-bang-bang movie, but you'll see it and you know it, and what's more is you'll love it."
Annnnd so here we go again with this weekend's over-the-top political action fare "White House Down," which is tracking only so-so but which has been marketing the stuffing out its lead's humor palette (Channing all over Tatums and such). As a last-minute nudge, Tatum hit up "Jimmy Kimmel Live" again last night to make a new video funny — this time positing a sequel to "WHD" ... that is, "Waffle House Down." Get More »