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Channing Tatum: 'Son of No One' Gets A Release Date

Channing Tatum: 'Son of No One' Gets A Release Date

Channing Tatum wears a black vest and matching pants on the set of his new movie, Magic Mike, on Wednesday (September 28) in Los Angeles.

The 31-year-old actor co-stars in the Steven Soderbergh-directed flick, which is based on his early life as a stripper.

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Last week, Chan and Alex Pettyfer got to work shooting some scenes for the flick.

Channing‘s other movie, The Son of No One, will be released in 10 markets on November 4.

The film, which also stars Katie Holmes and Al Pacino, closed the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.

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  • zey

    This movie sounds AWFUL…. i refuse to believe chicks and gay guys would pay for this crap ?? sort of how guys didnt show up for “jennifers body” to see megan fox and amanda seyfried… that’s how i picture this ending up..

  • Ka simply amazing

    Hows this loser?

  • http://jdma slig o lambert ^_______^cute

    he dont have fan

  • Raichill

    He is hot.

  • mwannir
  • delta

    This movie will be huge with the hottest guys anywhere

  • Danielle

    You forgot to mention the movie closed to boos, walk outs and bad reviews at Sundance.

  • Anne


    Danielle, YOU forgot that the movie is just filming, so how the hell did it get bad reviews if it’s not filmed yet, did they boo the idea or what?

  • Danielle


    Do your home work. Google Son of No One-Sundance

    Sundance 2011 can chalk up its first bomb.

    Dito Montiel’s crime drama The Son of No One had its first screening for press and industry at noon Monday at the Yarrow Hotel Theatre ahead of its closing-night premiere at the Eccles Theatre on Friday. Anticipation was high for the new work from the writer-director of the award-winning 2006 Sundance crime drama A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints. With No One, Montiel was returning with another gritty New York-set feature and a high-profile cast: Al Pacino, Channing Tatum, Ray Liotta, Juliette Binoche and Katie Holmes.

    Though the theater wasn’t full, the room was crowded with acquisitions execs wanting an early look at the film. Reps from Samuel Goldwyn, Paramount, Summit, the Weinstein Co., Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group, IFC Films, Morgan Creek, Screen Media, Miramax and Relativity made it into the theater by the film’s opening credits.

    Some of them, however, were gone well before the end credits. In addition, enough regular audience members left early for one observer to describe it as an “exodus.”

    The negative response went beyond the walkouts. One viewer’s attempt to begin applause after the lights came up drew almost no takers.

    None of this is to say that the film won’t find a buyer with a proposal for a strategic plan that it believes will make it work in the marketplace. As Sundance veterans know, plenty of films with lukewarm responses go on to find buyers and audiences, especially genre films featuring big stars. And with the barnstorming UTA team repping the sale (along with WME and Cassian Elwes, who’s also got two sales under his belt thus far), the possibilities are far from scuttled.

    But as of the first viewing, that work just got a lot harder.

    THR responds to accusations that we didn’t have a reporter in the theatre.