In an intimate revelation, sources have confirmed that Hollywood stars Channing Tatum, 43, and Zoë Kravitz, 34, are set to embark on a new chapter in their lives as they prepare to exchange vows. Their journey towards matrimony traces back to 2021 when the duo first crossed paths while working on Kravitz’s directorial debut film, “P***y Island.” What began as a professional collaboration soon evolved into a deep connection, discreetly nurtured away from the public eye.
Kravitz, in a candid interview with WSJ. Magazine last year, expressed her gratitude for how the film project had brought Tatum into her life. “I’m really grateful that this movie has brought [him] into my life,” she disclosed, giving a glimpse into their budding romance.
The casting of Tatum as Slater King, one of the film’s lead characters, was a deliberate choice made by Kravitz herself. She explained, “[He was the one] I thought of when I wrote this character. I just knew from ‘Magic Mike’ and his live shows, I got the sense he’s a true feminist, and I wanted to collaborate with someone who was clearly interested in exploring this subject matter.”
Throughout their relationship, the couple has steadfastly guarded their privacy, with few public appearances and photographs together. However, in 2021, they were spotted leaving the Met Gala, briefly allowing fans a glimpse of their togetherness.
Before her engagement to Tatum, Kravitz was previously married to actor Karl Glusman, a union that lasted from 2019 to 2021. Similarly, Tatum had a prior marriage to his “Step Up” co-star, actress Jenna Dewan. Their marriage, which began in 2009, concluded in divorce in 2019. The former couple shares a child together, daughter Everly Tatum.
As the couple prepares to walk down the aisle, their love story continues to inspire, a testament to the power of connections formed not only in Hollywood’s spotlight but also in the depths of genuine partnership and shared values.