Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum met on the set of Step Up. And during the Weinstein and Netflix post-Golden Globe party, the couple decided to show off their dance moves yet again. It’s been nine years since the two were paired with each other for the dance flick. They’re now married with one child, but based on their little dance-off, the chemistry is still there. Dewan and Tatum tied the knot back in 2009. The pair were celebrating Tatum’s success as well as his involvement in the critically-acclaimed wrestling drama, Foxcatcher.
Aside from Dewan and Tatum, the Weinsteins’ after-party also attracted several A-listers including Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lopez, the House of Cards cast, and even pop superstar Taylor Swift. As Tatum and Dewan stepped out of the dancefloor, the 22 Jump Street star was a total gentleman and carried the train of Dewan’s dress – just like he did on the red carpet.
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During the Golden Globes red carpet, Tatum even joked about the fact that he’s carrying Dewan’s train by telling Ryan Seacreast, “I have an hourly rate: Anyone that needs their train held, I’m here.”
Tatum and Dewan managed to have fun despite Foxcatcher not winning any of the major awards. Steve Carell, who was nominated for Best Actor, lost to Eddie Redmayne. Mark Ruffalo also lost the Best Supporting Actor award to Whiplash’s JK Simmons.
In Foxcatcher, Tatum plays Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz who joined Team Foxcatcher to compete for the 1988 games in Seoul. Carell plays eccentric billionaire John du Pont, who owns Team Foxcatcher. Rounding out the main cast is Mark Ruffalo as Dave Schulz, Mark’s brother and wrestling coach who was shot dead by du Pont back in 1996.
In an interview with The Independent, Tatum opened up about the role and his recent success. “I don’t know how to do this. Every single part is something different, and hopefully you’re doing something different so it’s not derivative of something you’ve done,” he told the paper.