The Channing Tatum Movies

Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum is without a doubt, one of the sexiest figures of Hollywood today.

Although his acting development and the response of the public at the box office have been somewhat irregular, after more than ten uninterrupted years working on films of the most varied, enjoys a well-earned prestige.

Her journey in the artistic environment began her as a model and dancer. Between 2000 and 2004 he worked for firms such as Armani, participated in campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana, appeared in several television commercials and danced in the video for the song. She bangs by Ricky Martin.

Channing Tatum's first film roles

In 2004 he officially debuted in acting, with a role within a chapter CSI: Miami.


He would debut on the big screen with Hono gamer by Thomas Carter (2005). There he played one of the irreverent and wayward young men that Samuel L. Jackson turns into a winning basketball team, And also into good men, willing to give their best to society.

That same year he has a brief appearance in War of the Worlds by Steven Spielberg (so short it doesn't even appear in the credits). He also had a small role in Chaos by Barbara Kopple, a film starring Anne Hathaway and participated in Super crosses by Steve Boyum.

Time for the main role

His first leading role would come with She is the boy by Andy Fickman (2006). The film tells the story of Viola Hasting (Amanda Bynes), a girl who loves soccer and pretends to be a boy so she can play on a school team.

However his definitive consecration would come with One step ahead by Anne Fletcher (2006). A "forbidden" attraction between a rich girl and a poor boy, where need trumps any prejudice. Tatum in addition to exploiting all his imposing physique, also showed his ability to dance. Officially the first blockbuster in the actor's fledgling film career.

His career is consolidated

Next worked in the indie drama Memories of Queens scored by Dito Montiel. Although far from the great commercial circuits, the film was highly valued by critics.

They arrived the first accolades in Tatum's career: At the Sundance Film Festival he shared the Best Cast award with his fellow filmmakers: Robert Downey Jr., Shia LeBeauf, Rosario Dawson, Chazz Palmienteri and Dianne Wiest. He also received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the Independent Spirit Awards.

Between 2007 and 2008 he would participate in independent films: Battle in Seattle by Stuart Townsed and Fighting: Asphalt Fists scored by Dito Montiel. He had a brief cameo in One Step Forward 2 and a very short participation in Public Enemies by Michael Mann (2009).

In the summer of 2009 he would hit the big screen G.I. Joe by Stephem Sommers, based on Hasbro action figures. The film performed very well at the box office, despite stiff competition that year with films such as Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen o Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

In February 2010 he starred alongside Amanda Seyfried in the romantic drama Dear John by Lasse Hallström. Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, it represented the first project to be sold as "a movie with Channing Tatum." It performed very well at the box office, grossing over $ 110 million.

These last few years

In 2011 he had time to be Winona Ryder's lover en The dilemma by Ron Haward, a film in which he participated with Vince Vaughn, Kevin James, Jennifer Connelly and Queen Latifah.

He would work again under the orders of Dito Montiel in the independent drama No one's children, where he shared the bill with Al Pacino, Ray Liotta, Katie Holmes and Tracy Morgan.

He starred alongside Jessica Biel, Donald Sutherland, and Mark Strong The legion of the eagle by Kevin Macdonald. He would close the year with another independent production premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, the romantic comedy 10 years, in which he would form a choral cast with Justing Long, Kate Mara, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pratt and Anthony Mackie, among others.

2012 has been, in terms of collection, the best year yet in Channing Tatum's career. He starred in the super successful Every day of my life by Leo Collins, Infiltrators in class by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, in addition to what is perhaps their most iconic film: Magic Mike by Steven Soderbergh.

Additionally, he would also work under Soderbergh in Indomitable, sharing a cast with Cina Carano, Ewan McGregor, Michael Douglas, Antonio Banderas, Bill Paxton and Michael Fassbender.

In 2013 he would have a new collaboration with Steven Soderbergh en Side effects and cameos in Spree to the end by Evan Goldberg and Between your hands by Joseph Gordon-Levit.

The latest appearances

He also starred in two other films, from which a lot was expected financially, but which did not work: GI Joe 2: Revenge by Jon Chu and Assault to power by Ronald Emmerich.

In 2014 he would lend his voice for two animated films: first would be Superman in The Lego Movie by Phil Lord, then Joaquin in The book of life scored by Joaquín Gutiérrez when we have the information.


WESTWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 01: Actor Channing Tatum attends Universal Pictures' "Hail, Caesar!" premiere at Regency Village Theater on February 1, 2016 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter / Getty Images)

If 2012 has been his best year in terms of the performance of his films with the public, 2015 has undoubtedly been the most discreet. With The fate of Jupiter of the Wachowski Sisters, would end up dragged by an unintelligible story.

Starred Magic Mike XXL by Gregory Jacobs, sequel that would only serve for the actor to show again his perfect abs and his conditions for dancing. I would also have participation in The Hateful Eight, another western with a lot of black humor by Quentin Tarantino.

His last participation so far: Ave Caesar by the Cohen Brothers (2016). A black comedy (like almost all of these directors) in which he has a small participation with George Clooney, Josh Brolin, Ralph Finnes, Joan Hill and Scarlett Johansson, among others.

Earlier this year he would return to lend his voice to Superman in Batman: The Lego Movie. Your participation in Kingsman: The Golden Circle (premieres next fall), as well as a new collaboration with Steven Soderbergh on Logan Lucky.

For a while the rumor spread that he would play Gambit in a movie only for this character member of the X-Men under the direction of Doug Liman, but at the moment there is nothing official.

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