"I was absolutely convinced I needed to stop acting after seeing it," she explained."I was high on marijuana when I saw that but for some reason it really started to affect me. We (Oath) and our partners need your consent to access your device, set cookies, and use your data, including your location, to understand your interests, provide relevant ads and measure their effectiveness.
"He wasn’t famous yet," she explained while reflecting on her career that came to a halt years ago after she developed depression and a drug addiction.
"He'd just done a Mountain Dew commercial and I was like, 'This guy's a star —- every girl will love him! '" "I don't know about all that," Tatum said humbly and added, "I guess she sort of told me." Bynes became more well known for her erratic, drug-induced behavior than her acting over the last decade.
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Channing Tatum hasn't seen Amanda Bynes in a long time, but he's still got nothing but "love" for his "She's the Man" co-star.
"I love her and I just hope she’s doing well," the movie star told ET Wednesday night at the premiere of "Magic Mike Live" in London.
"I think it’s so impossible when you start at such a young age to keep perspective. "I didn't like how I looked when I was a boy," she explained.
"I've never told anyone that," she added, saying that her boyish appearance "just really put me into a funk." When her next film, "Easy A," was screened, she said she "literally couldn't stand my appearance" or her performance in the film.
I mean, I think it's so impossible when you start at such a young age to keep perspective.