TIME celebrity

Watch Channing Tatum Show Off 7 Classic Dance Moves in 30 Seconds

The Magic Mike XXL star busts out some particularly excellent voguing

The highly-anticipated Magic Mike sequel is finally in theaters nationwide, which means you should probably stop reading the Internet and get yourself to the nearest cinema. In the meantime, though, we invite you to watch this video from Vanity Fair that features the movie’s star, Channing Tatum, showing off seven classic dance moves in just 30 seconds.

It’s set to Ginuwine’s “Pony,” a song fans will remember from the first movie and that they’ll enjoy again in Magic Mike XXL. The ever-talented and devastatingly handsome Chan starts off with the Running Man, and then shows off a decent Twist, Funky Chicken, Hula, Pony and Robot. He ends with some incredible voguing, which really takes the delicious, handsome cake.

Vanity Fair was kind enough to make a GIF of Chan voguing, so feel free to bookmark that now.

Read next: This Honest Trailer for Magic Mike Reminds You That There Was Actually a Plot

TIME movies

Watch Michael Fassbender Channel Steve Jobs in the New Biopic Trailer

“Musicians play their instruments. I play the orchestra.”

If, like the majority of critics, you weren’t satisfied with the 2013 Steve Jobs biopic Jobs, there’s hope yet that a second attempt might make you forget a bespectacled Ashton Kutcher. The second film, Steve Jobs, is based on Walter Isaacson’s official biography, with Danny Boyle in the director’s seat and a screenplay penned by Aaron Sorkin.

The trailer plays like one long Sorkin-esque reproach of the demanding, arrogant Jobs, as played by Fassbender, with criticism levied by colleagues (Steve Wozniak, played by Seth Rogen, and Joanna Hoffman, played by Kate Winslet), executives (John Sculley, played by Jeff Daniels) and his spurned ex-girlfriend Chrisann Brennan (Katherine Waterston).

Though Steve Jobs will be released two years after Jobs, Sony Pictures acquired the rights to the biography roughly a year before production began on Jobs. Sorkin has said that the film will consist of three acts, each one dramatizing the events leading up to a major Apple product launch.

Steve Jobs hits theaters Oct. 9.

TIME celebrities

Kim Kardashian: ‘I Am So Much Smarter Than I’m Portrayed’

Terry Richardson photographed Kim Kardashian for the cover of Rolling Stone.

The reality star talks Caitlyn Jenner, Kanye West and Rob Kardashian in her new Rolling Stone cover story

Kim Kardashian knows what people think of her, and she’s setting the record straight in the new issue of Rolling Stone. “I believe that I am so much smarter than I’m portrayed,” she says in the magazine’s cover story, unveiled just a day after she gave a talk about selfie empowerment and the objectification of women in the media. The issue doesn’t hit newsstands until Friday, but the magazine is offering readers a preview of its contents:

She’s blunt about her brother’s appearance and lifestyle: “It’s not that mysterious, what’s happening with Rob,” she says. “He has gained weight. He feels uncomfortable being on the show, and that’s OK. Do I think he smokes weed, drinks beer, hangs out and plays video games with his friends all day long? Yes.”

She doesn’t keep up with the latest technology—at least when it comes to music: “I still make mix CDs,” says Kim, who was a self-professed “Backstreet [Boys] girl” in high school. “I have an older computer with a disk drive so I can do it.”Her first concert was an Earth, Wind and Fire show.

She first learned her stepfather wore women’s clothing 12 years ago: “I was shaking,” she says of the encounter with Caitlyn Jenner back when she was still living as Bruce. “I didn’t know if I’d just found out his deepest, darkest secret, and he was going to come after me.” Jenner called her and told her not to tell anyone until Jenner was ready to talk about it. Kardashian’s husband, Kanye West, has since helped her understand Jenner’s transition. “He lives his life the way he wants, a really authentic life, and he was like, ‘If you can’t be authentic and you can’t live your life, what do you have?'”

TIME Food & Drink

Parents Who Name Their Babies ‘Quinoa’ Could Eat Free at This Restaurant

How far would you go to get a free meal?

If new parents name their babies “Quinoa,” then they can enter to win $10,000 worth of food at the chain BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse. It is a promotion for two new quinoa menu items — one with roasted salmon and one with roasted chicken with spinach.

Reactions to the publicity stunt on Facebook have included comments like “Terrible idea,” “This is whacked!” and “I don’t know…if I didn’t know that it was a grain, I think ‘Quinoa’ would be kind of a pretty name.”

The key here is “enter to win,” so if you don’t win, then you will still have a baby named “Quinoa” to feed.

 

TIME viral

Watch This Pregnant Mom and Her Daughter’s Adorable Dance Party

"My mom is gonna rock! But don't laugh at her!"

Nikki Taylor, who is eight months pregnant with her second child, decided to spend some quality time with her daughter, Jaylyn, by having an epic dance party in their living room.

Taylor and 6-year-old Jaylyn break it down to Silento’s “Watch Me” — and both of them totally crush it, clearly.

“My mom is going to rock,” Jaylyn says before they begin their choreography. “But don’t laugh at her.”

Taylor told BuzzFeed that they originally recorded the video for her fiance while he was at work, but after she posted it on Facebook to show her friends, it blew up. In just a few days, it has racked up more than 22 million views.

“She kills me, I’m winded,” Taylor wrote on Facebook, “but this is as good as it gets.”

Read next: This Dad Break Dances with His Daughter When He Gets Home from Work

TIME Television

Watch a Supercut of Jon Stewart Singing on The Daily Show

Stewart will soon have plenty of time to explore his passion for singing

As Jon Stewart slowly winds down his time on The Daily Show, the staff is making sure that he will definitely not be forgotten once he’s gone. How? By flooding the web with supercuts of some of Stewart’s finest hosting moments, including the latest installment: a compilation of Stewart trying his best to sing, which happened way more often than you might think.

The clip was introduced by Jon Hamm (a.k.a. the only other Jon on T.V. who spells his name correctly), who, as a long-time fan of the show, realized that no one had yet paid tribute to Stewart’s wonderful singing voice. “It’s like Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand and Luciano Pavarotti had a threesome and gave birth to a perfect set of vocal chords — yours,” he said. Stewart understandably blushed at the compliment before sitting back and watching the latest entry in his permanent Internet record.

TIME Television

Neve Campbell Will Be on House of Cards Next Season

arrives at The Music Center's 50th Anniversary Spectacular held at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on December 6, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
Michael Tran—2014 Michael Tran Neve Campbell arrives at The Music Center's 50th Anniversary Spectacular held at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on December 6, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

The Scream queen is set to join a whole new world of back-stabbing as a series regular

Neve Campbell is heading to Washington. The former Party of Five and Scream star has been added as a series regular to Netflix’s flagship show, House of Cards, EW has confirmed. She is currently filming for season 4, but her exact role is unknown. (Brief spoilers below.)

We last left the Underwoods with Frank (Kevin Spacey) campaigning for another presidential term and his relationship with Claire (Robin Wright) on the brink. Nevertheless, the whole gang will reappear on your computers sometime next year.

Deadline first reported Campbell’s addition to the cast.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

TIME curiosities

Here’s How a Man Should Strip, According to Advice From the 1930s

From the March 15, 1937 issue of LIFE magazine. Photos by Carola Rust.
LIFE Magazine From the March 15, 1937 issue of LIFE magazine. Photos by Carola Rust.

With 'Magic Mike XXL' hitting theaters this week, a look back at the proper method of undressing according to LIFE Magazine in 1937

If history repeats itself—based on the success of the first Magic Mike installment—Americans this week will spend, collectively, tens of millions of dollars to go to the movies and watch a gaggle of chiseled men take off their clothes. The proper way to strip, many would say, is however Channing Tatum does it. But back in 1937, LIFE Magazine offered its readers a more specific set of instructions for how a man should disrobe for the night.

The two-page spread was largely published as a gag, after readers complained that a recent feature about the Allen Gilbert School of Undressing for Women should be matched by the same instructions for men. LIFE dispatched a female photographer, Carola Rust, to take the photos so that “the score of the sexes is kept even.”

The magazine started with what not to do, using pictures of a portly model it called “a comedy character”:

Bowler and cigar had best be disposed of before removing coat and trousers.

The overhead shirt technique is definitely vulgar. Don’t use a lamp as hatrack.

Portly exercisers … should do their stuff behind bathroom doors.

Scratching yourself is a cardinal bedroom DON’T. Yet many men break this rule.

As an alternative, LIFE presented a “perfect undressing type.” The fit model is photographed carefully folding his trousers, neatly removing his shoes and properly unbuttoning his shirt before yawning “triumphantly, conscious that his undressing for the evening has been expertly done.”

Not all of LIFE’s readers were pleased with the photos. One reader, F.F. Peterson of Portland, Me., made LIFE’s editors well aware of their vulgarity: “But who is that fat cheese undressing? I have torn out these vulgar nonentities before my family and their friends see them. It is an insult to all decency to have such pictures in our homes.”

We’re just glad F.F. Peterson is unlikely to be around to watch the trailer for Magic Mike XXL.

TIME viral

Someone Photoshopped Nicolas Cage As 30 Game of Thrones Characters

Welcome to Cage of Thrones

Game of Thrones has been over for a few weeks now, but fans with a lot of free time on their hands have kept themselves entertained by getting creative — like when one superfan re-cut scenes to make the despicable Ramsay Bolton look like a really nice guy.

This week, a Reddit user by the name of CarlosDanger100 gave you something else you didn’t think you wanted to see: He doctored Nicolas Cage’s face onto 30 different characters from the HBO hit. Some designs (like Cage as Cersei) aren’t as convincing, but others (like Cage as Stannis) work so well you may not be able to un-see it.

See the pictures below.

TIME Television

Watch Jon Hamm Explain Why Adults Like Minions

It's probably not the explanation you would expect

Minions, the small yellow creatures from the Despicable Me film series, have captured the attention of children everywhere with minion toys flooding toy stores. Now, actor Jon Hamm, a voice in the upcoming Minions movie, explains why they’re also appealing to adults — and it’s probably not the reason you would expect.

“I think these guys, these little minions are scientifically designed to be appealing to children, and not only children but adults,” the Mad Men star told Jon Stewart on The Daily Show Tuesday. “I think the reason they’re appealing to adults is because they look like capsules, they look like pills.”

“You know what movie I want to see?” Stewart replied humorously. “That Xanax movie.”

Check out the rest of the interview below.

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