Is there anything Channing Tatum can’t do?
As if filming Kingsman: The Golden Circle and developing Magic Mike Live weren't enough, Channing Tatum has officially enrolled in one of Harvard Business School's executive education courses, alongside LL Cool J, Pau Gasol and Chris Paul.
The Hollywood heavyweight's involvement in the course marks the uni's "first ever live case". Channing co-led a workshop about dance movies and their impact on Hollywood. Lecturer Anitra Elberse said: "Participants shared ideas to help him [Channing] in the film industry", before captioning a snap of the "four legends" with "so yeah, this is happening".
LL Cool J also tweeted: “You’re never too cool to learn!”
Tatum's enrolment comes as somewhat of a surprise, as he's often described himself as a bad student. "I have never considered myself a very smart person, for a lot of reasons," he confessed to The New York Times.
"Not having early success on that one path messes with you. You get lumped in classes with kids with autism and Down Syndrome, and you look around and say, 'OK, so this is where I'm at.' Or you get put in the typical classes and you say, 'All right, I'm obviously not like these kids either.' So you're kind of nowhere. You're just different. The system is broken. If we can streamline a multibillion-dollar company, we should be able to help kids who struggle the way I did."