What’s Going On With Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum?


The summer of fun isn’t over just yet. Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum were recently spotted taking a bike ride together on the streets of New York City—as in, sharing a single bicycle, an act some say is more intimate than…other acts (“it’s just like riding a bike!”).

The two were reportedly spotted “strolling” in the East Village on Wednesday, August 18, before Tatum hopped onto one of those low BMX bikes and Kravitz stood behind him on the back wheel’s pegs. Check out the pictures and details on Page Six.

The High Fidelity star, soon to be seen as Catwoman opposite Robert Pattinson in The Batman, divorced her husband Karl Glusman last December, and rumors soon started to swirl that she’d chosen affable himbo Tatum as her next relationship. But those rumors were shut down in January by a source. Unless…could the vaccine have brought them together, finally? Everyone’s feeling a little more free to live and love these days than they were in the winter.

These maybe-friends are even more fun to speculate about because of the feature film project that recently brought them together: Zoë Kravitz’ directorial debut, which Tatum stars in. It’s called Pussy Island. Naomi Ackie will also star in the film, which Kravitz co-wrote. Per Variety, “Ackie will play Frida, a young, clever, Los Angeles cocktail waitress who has her eyes set on the prize: philanthropist and tech mogul Slater King (Tatum). When she skillfully maneuvers her way into King’s inner circle and ultimately an intimate gathering on his private island, she is ready for a journey of a lifetime. Despite the epic setting, beautiful people, ever-flowing champagne and late-night dance parties, Frida can sense that there’s more to this island than meets the eye. Something she can’t quite put her finger on. Something terrifying.” PUSSY! ISLAND! 

One final thing, and this is just an observation: y’all need to wear helmets. This is New York City. It’s absolutely wild out there. What the heck, guys.


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