Actor Channing Tatum wrapped up the hardest film project in his acting career.
Tatum went to Instagram the other day, posted a black & white photo of himself which sees him shirtless and shaved head and wrote about the relief he experienced after finishing the filming of the upcoming comedy ‘Dog.’
“Here is nothing and I mean nothing as good as finishing the hardest job of my life.”
Following describing the shooting as the hardest job, clarified why he had shaven his head: He wanted to let the character go. According to what Tatum said, shaving the head after production is a bit of a ritual for him, which frees him.
In his message, the actor also revealed that being / feeling free is the highest intention of him, and as the date of the shooting came to an end, he became free. Then the actor thanked and sent “so much love in his heart” for the ‘Dog’ film crew, who share the journey with him. The ‘Magic Mike’ star concluded his message as follows:
“So much love for the people out there in the world that need love right now. Sending it up for all…..right….. now. #freeandjoyful”
‘Dog’ is actually Tatum’s directorial debut; he co-directed it with his ‘Magic Mike’ collaborator Reid Carolin. The film, written by Brett Rodriguez and produced by Tatum, Peter Kiernan, and Gregory Jacobs via ‘Free Association,’ follows ‘Army Ranger Briggs’ (Tatum), who travels through Pacific Coast Highway to attend the funeral of his best friend, with his Belgian Malinois named ‘Lulu.’
The production started On November 15, 2019, in Los Angeles and during the COVID-19 pandemic.The film, created by inspiration from Tatum’s Pitbull Catahoula mix dog ‘Lulu,’ will be released on February 12, 2021, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
See below to view Tatum’s Instagram post.