Channing Tatum expresses his pride for Zoë Kravitz in sweet IG post

Loud and proud aren't usually enough words to describe Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum's relationship. They're the kind of couple who would wear matching Halloween costumes to parties but keep quiet about the engagement news. However, they also show a little love on social media when the occasion calls for it. for example? Tatum recently celebrated Kraftiz's directorial debut with a post on Instagram.

"King of Support"

Channing, who stars in the upcoming film Blink Twice , shared on January 26 what his partners were working on on the project. "Miss Director in action!!" he wrote in the caption. "Absolutely crushing it. Can't wait for y'all [sic] to see."

His pride in Kravitz warmed the hearts of many of his followers. "We love a king who supports us!!!" one fan wrote in the comments section. Another person responded: "Cheering for your girl is the sexiest thing a man can do." Another praised their "beautiful" mutual support, calling it "couple goals."

Tatum's post also got many fans excited to watch the thriller, including actor Aaron Paul. "Get it!! He's so excited about it," he wrote. Jewelry designer Jessica McCormack echoed those sentiments, adding that she "can't wait."

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rare couple photos

Kraftiz followed up Tatum's post with an article of his own. Although she didn't write anything specifically about him, the first photo in her carousel showed a Polaroid of the two of them together. This was followed by two other photos, both of her on set. "#BLINKTWICE comes out August 23rd," she wrote.

Like Tatum, her post sparked a lot of excitement. Several celebrities also weighed in, including Juliette Lewis, who wrote: "Yay! I think these two are cool so I thought the movie would be cool too." Further support came from actor Kyle Mac Clarklan, Zoey Deutch, Kathryn Newton, Zoe Saldana and Alison Brie among others.

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The movie where it all began

Blinking first played a key role in their romance. Although they both voiced characters in 2017's The Lego Batman Movie , they didn't meet at the time. Later, Kravitz contacted Tatum about starring in Kitten Island , which later became Blink .

"When Zoe called me and told me about it, I was shocked," Tatum told Deadline in 2021. "I didn't know her. I'd seen her movies and I knew she made High Fidelity and I'd seen her movies, but I had no idea she was creating at this level that she wanted to direct."

Dating rumors started circulating in the summer of 2021, and it was eventually confirmed that they were indeed a couple. The movie is set to hit theaters this August, and the coming months should bring more great performances from the pair, as well as sweet moments they're willing to share.