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The '21 Jump Street' hunk will receive the special award from his 'Jupiter Ascending' on-screen love interest, Mila Kunis.
The '21 Jump Street' hunk plays along with his 'Jupiter Ascending' co-star when she turns to him after asked if she's set to be married.
In the 1-minute clip, the 'Magic Mike' actor can also be seen recording himself singing a part of Pharrell Williams' 'Happy' at the Oscars.
The 'Jupiter Ascending' hunk uses a stone figure of his 'Magic Mike' co-star to inspire him in writing a follow-up to the 2012 male stripper movie.
Tatum says during an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', 'Right now - what me and my wife like to call it, I am very 'fappy.' I'm very fat and happy right now.'
Lauren Shuler Donner would love to see the '21 Jump Street' actor plays the Cajun card player if she gets the green light from Fox.
The 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' sequel is expected to start production next year as Evan Daugherty is currently writing the script.
The Jenko and Schmidt duo is having a wild college experience as they are navigating the world of higher education to catch a drug dealer.
Kunis' Jupiter Jones finds her intergalactic knight in shining armor in Tatum's Caine who is sworn to protect her despite his original task to kill her.
The '22 Jump Street' actor tries to balance between two food carts and make a horizontal split as they are moved farther apart.
The 'Magic Mike' hunk is bringing the camera to his burlesque nightclub Saints and Sinners that has opened since 2012.
The 'White House Down' actor and the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' actress are the latest addition to the animated comedy along with Diego Luna and Christina Applegate.
The 'White House Down' star channels his inner jock in a football jersey, while his on-screen trusty buddy goes casual in a t-shirt, jeans and jacket.
All three actors will lend their voice in a January outing that also has Will Arnett, Leslie Mann and Seth Rogen as guest stars.
The 'White House Down' actor loves the mutant with the kinetic power because 'he was punk rock' and 'he kind of rode the line.'