Channing Tatum is one of the most successful actors and sought-after leading men in the movie industry. With a massive roster of films, he has definitely starred in blockbuster and top-grossing ones. His career has tremendously grown over the years; from small TV roles, he climbed up to success on a steady beat.
With this thought, we have listed Channing Tatum’s top 5 highest-grossing movies based on Box Office Mojo. Fans may have seen most of them, if not all, because these movies are all under the popular category. Without further ado, here are the entries:
Smallfoot is an animated film from Warner Bros. Pictures where Channing Tatum lent his voice to the main character, Migo. The actor voiced for smaller roles in the past, and this is the first time he landed the main role. He plays a young yeti whose world turns upside down when he discovered something he should not have—the humans.
The movie did great at the box office, garnering $214 million against an $80 million budget. So far, there are no talks about any upcoming sequels.
G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (2009)
Channing plays the lead role in the military science fiction movie G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. This is the first installment in the series based on the toy franchise created by Hasbro. He portrays Duke, one of the soldiers tasked to take down Destro, the story’s main villain.
Worldwide, it grossed over $302 million against a budget of $175 million. Although the movie did great in terms of profit, it generally received negative reactions from fans.
22 Jump Street (2014)
After the success of 21 Jump Street, its sequel came out not long after the first. Tatum and Jonah Hill play undercover cops at a college and must learn to act like grown adolescents while trying to crack a case. The movie garnered generally positive reviews both from fans and critics.
It grossed about $331 million against a budget of $50 million. That is a legit reason to secure a third movie, but, until today, there has not been anything in the works.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013)
Channing only did a cameo role in this movie for the first twenty minutes or so, but he was used in all of its promotional features, such as posters and the movie’s trailer. The actor admitted that he did not like the first movie. He thought the script was bad enough to continue playing the character in the sequel. Surely, his cameo was just to make his exit as seamless as possible.
With only a $130 million budget, the movie grossed over $375 million. The sequel cost less than the first one, and while it painted success on a profit level, it did not secure a third film.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)
The actor joined the band of British spy agents in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. He played a supporting role here, but he was definitely a huge part of the marketing process.
The movie grossed over $411 million globally, which is not very far from the success of the first one.