Channing Tatum “Was Trying to Run From” Wife Jenna When They First Met

How Did Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Meet?

Channing Tatum “Was Trying to Run From” Wife Jenna When They First Met

Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum met back in 2006 while filming Step Up, and despite it being 11 years ago, their love story is definitely one for the books. Channing previously admitted to Elle magazine that he was hesitant at first because he “had just gotten out of a pretty long relationship” and “was in no way ready for another.” In fact, he “was trying to run from what I knew Jenna was — not someone I was just going to date. But one of my buddies was like, ‘What are you doing, man? She’s dope.’ That night I showed up at her hotel room with a sombrero on, and that was it . . . we were drinking at a Mexican joint and I stole [the sombrero] off the wall.”

The pair ended up getting married in the Summer of 2009, welcomed their daughter Everly in May 2013, and have been bringing new meaning to the term “couple goals” ever since. Perhaps it was the sombrero that did it for Jenna?

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Warren Beatty Wants the Academy President to “Publicly Clarify What Happened” at the Oscars

Warren Beatty Statement About Oscars Best Picture Mistake

Warren Beatty Wants the Academy President to “Publicly Clarify What Happened” at the Oscars

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway committed a massive flub on Sunday night when they announced the wrong winner at the Oscars. PricewaterhouseCoopers — the accounting firm that partners with the Academy and counts the votes — released not one, but two statements about the snafu on Monday, but Warren says Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs should “publicly” address the fiasco. While Warren didn’t comment any further on the mistake, he did release a statement to The Associated Press on Tuesday, stating, “I feel it would be more appropriate for the president of the Academy, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, to publicly clarify what happened as soon as possible.” The Academy has yet to comment.

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Minutemen, Wilco, Deerhoof Members Announce Album From New Band Big Walnuts Yonder

Minutemen, Wilco, Deerhoof Members Announce Album From New Band Big Walnuts Yonder

Big Walnuts Yonder—a new band comprised of bassist/vocalist Mike Watt (Minutemen, The Stooges), guitarist Nels Cline (Wilco, Nels Cline Singers), drummer Greg Saunier (Deerhoof), and guitarist/vocalist Nick Reinhart (Tera Melos)—have announced their debut album. The self-titled album is out May 5 via Sargent House. The first offering from the release is a new song called “Raise the Drawbridges?”—find the track, tracklist, and cover art below.

The idea for Big Walnuts Yonder began in 2008 when Watt and Reinhart toured together in Japan, later enlisting Cline who insisted Reinhart pick the drummer (Saunier). But they didn’t play any music together until six years later. The album was recorded in just three days in summer 2014 in Brooklyn, NY with former Pere Ubu bassist Tony Maimone as engineer. “It was this concentrated sort of freakout,” Saunier said of the sessions in a press release. “We basically had to invent a new band on the spot.” In 2010, Mike Watt and Nels Cline formed a new group with Yuka Honda and Dougie Bowne called Floored by Four.

Read Pitchfork’s Sunday Review for Minutemen’s Double Nickels on the Dime.

Big Walnuts Yonder:

01 All Against All
02 Sponge Bath
03 Flare Star Phantom
04 I Got Marty Feldman Eyes
05 Raise the Drawbridges?
06 Ready to Pop!
07 Forgot to Brush
08 Rapid Driver Moon Inhaler
09 Pud
10 Heat Melter

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Baron Fig “Infinity” Vanguard Notebooks

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Our friends at Baron Fig are never ones to rest on their laurels. This week they unveiled yet another limited-edition set of notebooks, dubbed Infinity.

Based on their Vanguard softcover notebooks, the three dark covers of the Infinity edition notebooks each display an impossible object — á la the Penrose triangle — in retro-futuristic color schemes. They also sport pink stitching, which is a great touch. Each 73-page notebook in this edition measures 5.4″ x 7.7″, the same size as Baron Fig’s flagship Confidant.

Get the Infinity three-pack for $14 at Baron Fig.

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