Channing Tatum is a Harvard student now
Actor Channing Tatum has signed up for one of the Harvard Business School's executive education courses this month.
Los Angeles: Actor Channing Tatum has signed up for one of the Harvard Business School's executive education courses this month.
According to Harvard's Facebook page, Tatum has signed up along with the legendary rapper LL Cool J and NBA superstars Pau Gasol and Chris Paul.
Looking dapper in an Oxford shirt and vest, the “Magic Mike XXL” star, 36, alongside rapper-actor LL Cool J (who went by his real name Todd Smith) and NBA star Pau Gasol, participated in the class's first-ever "live case" on Thursday, during which they shared ideas on how to innovate the film industry, reports people.com.
The class, which is taught by professor Anita Elberse, is part of the Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports program, which focuses on the unique challenges of developing, managing and marketing a successful entertainment offering.
The four-day program is a favourite with stars like Karlie Kloss and Tyra Banks. It runs from June 1-4.