Channing Tatum has already had one outing on the big screen this year and he is back this week with The Vow.
The Vow marks a change of pace for the actor as he leaves the action of Haywire behind for a more romantic feel.
I think we are all going to need our hankies for this one ladies as Tatum teams up with Rachel McAdams, who is not stranger to this genre herself.
The movie follows Leo whose world is turned up side down after a car accident when his wife wakes up and doesn't remember who he is.
For better or for worse Leo must now win the love of his wife all over again.
And with Haywire already under his belt in 2012 it looks like this is going to be a busy year for the actor.
He is back in action mode later this year as he teams up with Jonah Hill for 21 Jump Street.
This is a big screen adaptation of the TV show that catapulted Johnny Depp to fame - and it looks of the best comedies of early 2012.
I don't know whether you have seen the trailer or not but this is a movie that I am really looking forward to - Tatum looks to have great chemistry with Hill.
21 Jump Street is set to hit the big screen next month.
And this summer Tatum is set to kick more evil butt as he reprises the role of Duke in G.I. Joe: Retaliation.
It's been three years since the first movie was released and while it wasn't a huge success the franchise is back.
And when you have the likes of Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson joining the cast list why wouldn't you make a sequel?
G.I. Joe: Retaliation promises to be bigger and better than it's predecessor as the Joes are once again called on to save the world.
There is a change of pace for Tatum in his last project of 2012 as he reunites with director Steven Soderbergh for Magic Mike.
The comedy sees Tatum play a stripper alongside Alex Pettyfer and Matthew McConaughey.
2012 is not only a busy year for Tatum but it's also a very diverse year for the actor as he tackles romance, action and comedy.
The Vow is out now
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