In 2006, Channing Tatum met his future wife, Jenna Dewan, on the set of Step Up. They each played the love interest of each other's characters. And, seeing how things played out between them romantically in real life (they started dating shortly after they finished filming the movie, and were married in 2009), we're betting acting like they were attracted to each other didn't really require the greatest honing of their thespian skills.
And now, almost a year-and-a-half into their marriage, the two actors have another shared film—the forthcoming drama Ten Year. But unlike the genre of their new film, their marriage seems to be quite the opposite.
According to Contactmusic.com, Channing said on working with his wife again: "It's fantastic, yeah. We haven't got to work together since Step Up so we had a crazy time. It was just a group of 30 year olds going crazy, we loved it. We never argued on set because we don't get heated in real life."
It seems like these two have a real easy going and laid back relationship, both on and off set. Despite the fact that these two are still very busy with their careers, they've mentioned they'd like to start a family soon too. Channing revealed he and Jenna are hoping to have children in the next few years when they have more time. He explained to BANG Showbiz: "Not probably anytime in the next year or so but probably in the next couple after that." Why We Love Channing Tatum And Amanda Seyfried
Tatum and Dewan became engaged in early September 2008 in Maui, Hawaii. They were married on July 11, 2009 on the grounds of Church Estates Vineyards in Malibu, California.
Ten Year is set to release in late 2011. It centers around a group friends at their high school reunion. The film also stars Justin Long, John Krisinski, and Kate Mara. It also features Parks & Recreation costars Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza, who play an onscreen couple on the Emmy-nominated television show. Justin Long Swears Off Dating Celebrities
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