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"Magic Mike" hasn't been in theaters for a full month yet, but Channing Tatum said he's already thinking about a sequel.
He told Glamour UK when asked about the possibility of a follow-up to his male stripper film, "Yes, yes and yes! We're working on the concept now. We want to flip the script and make it bigger."
And speaking of big roles, Tatum's also said to be in talks to star in and produce a movie about Evel Knievel.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Tatum's project will be based on the 2008 book "Life of Evel," and produced along with the 32-year-old actor's Iron Horse Entertainment partner Reid Carolin, who (as he did with "Magic Mike") will also adapt the screenplay.
Frank Ocean is riding a wave of success at the moment. Not only has his new album, "Channel Orange," received plenty of praise, but it's also hit No. 1 on iTunes in 10 countries.
After Ocean's anticipated album was released early in digital form at midnight on Tuesday, it went on to take the top spot on iTunes in the U.S.; Canada; Denmark; Greece; Ireland; Norway; Sweden; the U.K.; Australia; and New Zealand.
Here's a round-up of the latest confirmed reports from the CNN Entertainment Unit:
We learn a little something from celebrities each time they sit down to answer your iReport questions.
For example, we learned this week that KISS frontman and "Family Jewels" star Gene Simmons has never been drunk or stoned, despite living a rock star lifestyle.
Aside from “Happy Birthday” - and, let’s face it, Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me, Maybe" - “The Star-Spangled Banner” is one of the nation’s most familiar tunes. Yet singers have long scribbled the lyrics on their palms, and it seems Luke Bryan has followed suit.
The country singer appeared to glance at his hand while singing the national anthem at Tuesday night’s All-Star Game. And some media outlets and YouTube videos caught on.
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