If you have ever thought that Channing Tatum is perfect, funny, amazing, etc., then you thought correctly.
We now have definitive proof that the hunky Foxcatcher star is everything we could have dreamed of and more—including being one of the funniest actors in Hollywood.
While the leaked Sony emails have given the world a sad glimpse into what some might have assumed was the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown, Tatum's email thread with Sony exec Amy Pascal, co-star Jonah Hill and others reminds us that there is still a diamond in the controversial rough.
Upon hearing that his hit comedy, 22 Jump Street, won the box office in opening numbers and placed the movie second on the list of best-ever opening weekends for R-rated comedies, the flawless 34-year-old reacted in the only way one could have—by freaking out.
Here is the (almost) entire email:
"F YOU TED !!!! SECOND OF ALLLL TIMMMMME BEEEOTCH!!!! COME ON JUMPSTREETERS WE GOT CATE BLANCHETT WIT DIS BOX OFFICE BITCHES!!!!!!!! AAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAAHHAAHHAHAHAHA
The hahas continue for a lot longer than what you read above, but you get the gist.
The Blanchett joke Tatum refers to in his email involves his on-screen character, Jenko, realizing that their investigation might be cancelled because of lack of progess.
"I thought we had Cate Blanchett with the budget," he tells his boss, played by Ice Cube. What he meant to say was "I thought we had carte blanche."
Although Tatum's email is nothing short of amazing, the other emails that have been released as a result of the on-going hack attack have been anything but. The exposed correspondence from Pascal, Scott Rudin and others, which have attacked Angelina Jolie, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kevin Hart and even President Barack Obama, continue to expose the behind-the-scenes battles going on in Hollywood.
Pascal and Rudin have since apologized for their unkind words, it doesn't look like anyone will forget them anytime soon. The remarks that involve the president poke fun at what "black" movies Obama might like, while the comments against Jolie call her a "spoiled brat" among other unsavory titles.
Hopefully Tatum's email can shine a little light on the scenario, but as of now, the fallout continues...