After recently selling a half-hour comedy to CBS, Channing Tatum is now going to be executive producing a reality pilot for A&E.
The hour-long docuseries would revolve around Saints & Sinners, the New Orleans nightclub Channing Tatum opened last year with his friend and business partner Keith Kurtz.
Channing Tatum is going to be executive producing a reality pilot for A&E
Modeled after New Orleans’ Storyville era, Saints & Sinners’ motto is: “Where the red light is always on.”
Variety magazine reported: “The project is currently in the pilot stage at A&E, and hails from Tatum’s 33andOut Prods. and Original Media. Tatum and Kurtz will exec produce the show alongside Original’s Charlie Corwin. It is unclear whether Tatum will appear in the show.
“Should the burlesque club docuseries be picked up by A&E, it would join the cabler’s slate of unscripted programs including <<Duck Dynasty>>, the <<Storage Wars>> franchise, and <<American Hoggers>>.”
Robert Downey Jr. has topped Forbes‘ list of highest-paid actors, with estimated earnings of $75 million.
The Avengers and Iron Man 3 featuring 48-year-old Robert Downey Jr. took more than $1 billion at the box office.
In second place is Channing Tatum, who financed and starred in Magic Mike.
Directed by Steven Soderbergh, it made $167 million, contributing to Channing Tatum’s $60 million pay.
Robert Downey Jr. has topped Forbes’ list of highest-paid actors, with estimated earnings of $75 million
Completing the top three is Australian actor Hugh Jackman, whose new film The Wolverine is about to open in the UK.
Hugh Jackman is thought to have earned $55 million in the same period – June 2012 to June 2013.
Other stars in the top 10 include Mark Wahlberg, star of comedy film Ted, who earned $52 million and Adam Sandler with $37 million.
Denzel Washington, who is in ninth place, earned approximately $33 million.
He took a cut in pay for the film Flight in exchange for a share of the profits. The film ended up making $162 million.
Last year, Tom Cruise, 51, topped the list with earnings of $75 million.
This year Tom Cruise dropped to eighth place with $35 million, gained largely from his international audience, Forbes said.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Liam Neeson complete the top 10 with earnings of $39 million and $32 million respectively.