And apparently he’ll be staying that way, writing, it’s going to “be a fun next 10 year run.”
Tatum thanked those “that have been there for me and held me down through it all,” adding, “I love you. I’m gonna make ya proud. Let’s goo.”
He also made reference to the Purell bottle in his trailer (“keep it clean out there, folks”), which we’re sure most people didn’t notice because… abs!
Commenters were very into the snap, for obvious reasons, with one writing, “It’s safe to say that you are in the shape of your life. Damn Chan pulling a benjamin buttons at 40!” Another wrote, “The Chan man is looking fire.”
He started filming his directorial debut earlier this month with his longtime creative partner Reid Carolin co-directing. It’s a road trip comedy with Tatum as Briggs and a Belgian Malinois dog as Lulu. They are former Army Rangers learning how to get along as they travel to a fellow soldier’s funeral.