Zoë Kravitz gets candid about romance with Channing Tatum
by Ana Walia | Tue, 15 Nov 2022 20:06:26 GMT
Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum. Image Source: Grazia 

Zoe Kravitz gets candid about romance with Channing Tatum

In a recent cover story for GQ, Zoe Kravitz talked about her romance with Channing Tatum. She said that he is just a wonderful human being, and he makes her laugh, and they both love art and talking about art and exploring why they do what they do. Zoe added that the couple loves to watch a film, break it down, talk about it, and challenge each other.

When Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum happened to meet on the set of her forthcoming directorial debut, "Pussy Island," sparks flew between them. The pair drew attention when they were seen riding through New York City streets on a joint bike ride in the summer of 2021. She disclosed that the very first film they saw together was True Romance in 1993. According to the actress, the actor took a more individual role in assisting her with her forthcoming directorial debut and managed to make things easy for her, which helped enhance their relationship.

Whether it was making her tea, pouring her a drink, trying to whip somebody into shape, or whatever, Channing was her protector, and it was wonderful and sweet, according to the Batman actress, adding that she thinks if two people who are fond of each other and are doing something together like this, it's a good test and similarly for them, the couple came back stronger. She also expressed in the viral photos of them on a bike in the summer of 2021, explaining how she was sweating and the Magic Mike actor told her to get on the bike, adding that he would ride her over, and she can relax, before the photo, which was taken on the way to a friend's house. 

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Zoe Kravitz, who split from ex-husband Karl Glusman, ending their 18 months of marriage in 2021, said that an individual wants to keep their relationship sacred and private as long as they can so that they don’t have to even think about what the world thinks about it. The Big Little Lies star says that her decision to get married and then end it has not changed her perception of love or the way she thinks about it.

She went on to say that she'd just learned to think about who she is and what she wants, and that there's nothing wrong with meeting someone amazing and wanting to marry them. She went on to say that if there's nothing wrong with it, why wouldn't they do it? They love them because that's what they do, and it's difficult to consider that perhaps they don't want what they're supposed to want—a marriage, children, or anything else. Zoe says she's not sure if she wants that at all, which is an awkward question for a woman to ask herself.

Speaking of her directorial debut, Zoe Kravitz shares that Naomi Ackie plays Frida, a cocktail waitress who accompanies a nefarious tech billionaire played by Channing Tatum to his hedonistic private island. The film occupies Zoe's thoughts at all hours of the day and night, as she explains that her brain never stops and is always screaming about it. Zoe Kravitz began writing the script before #MeToo to express her rage and frustration at how powerful men exploited women. With the assistance of co-writer E.T. Feigenbaum, it evolved into a more in-depth examination of the ongoing tug-of-war between the sexes. She described that rather than making one nice and one terrible, she thinks it's more fascinating to look at what they're fighting over and why, and what that means for everyone as humans.

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Zoe's father, Lenny Kravitz, stated that Zoe recognizes who she is and who she is not and that she isn't willing to compromise who she is. He also stated that if anything isn't hers or she isn't feeling it, she isn't going to include it on a face and act to make others pleasant or accepting.

Taylor Swift is friends with the actress, and Taylor wrote in an email that Zo's sense of self is what makes her such an exhilarating artist and such an astounding friend. She has a very truthful inner sense of direction, and as a result, she can do art and live her life without making compromises about who she is. The two, who had been friends for years, became collaborators when Zoe Kravitz co-wrote and provided backing vocals for the first track on Taylor Swift's new album, Midnights.