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Channing Tatum's Goals for 2013 Don't Include Acting | Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum Wants a Break from Acting in 2013

Originally posted 12/05/2012 11:15AM

Say it ain't so, your hotness!

After a busy few years of work – including a sizzling stripper turn in Magic MikePEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive says he's taking a hiatus from acting in 2013.

Channing Tatum, 32, who starred in five movies in 2012 alone, and has four more on deck for the year ahead, tells EW.com that he's not quitting acting but hopes to take some time away next year to work on directing projects with his production partner Reid Carolin, a screenwriter.

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Matthew McConaughey Eulogizes Evel Knievel

Originally posted 12/11/2007 10:45AM

Even in death, Evel Knievel knew how to put on a show.

A crowd of thousands turned out Monday in Butte, Montana, the hometown of the legendary stunt cyclist, who died Nov. 30, at 69.

"He's forever in flight now. He doesn't have to come back down," eulogized Matthew McConaughey, 38, a pal of the daredevil and the host of a Knievel documentary on the History Channel. "He doesn't have to land."

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Legendary Daredevil Evel Knievel Dies


UpdatePosted 11/30/2007 05:00PM

Legendary Daredevil Evel Knievel Dies

Originally posted 11/30/2007 04:30PM

"Evel" Knievel, arguably the world's most famous daredevil motorcycle rider, has died, according to his official Web site. He was 69.

Born in Montana as Robert Craig Knievel Jr., the stuntman extraordinaire rose to fame in the 1960s and became synonymous with high-flying attempts to clear impossible obstacles on his two-wheeler.

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