The Daily Heat Index: Channing Tatum Channels His Inner 'Ice Queen' in a 'Lip Sync Battle' Sneak Peek - Maxim

The Daily Heat Index: Channing Tatum Channels His Inner 'Ice Queen' in a 'Lip Sync Battle' Sneak Peek

Plus, we find out how Robbie Amell is returning to 'The Flash,' and things get emotionless in this edited version of 'Inside Out.'
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Photo: Spike TV

Photo: Spike TV

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Channing Tatum Lets It All Go
In full Disney garb with a white braided wig to match, typically 'manly' actor Channing Tatum took to the Lip Sync Battle stage in a new clip to show his enthusiasm for the hit film, Frozen. Tatum's wife, Jenna, watches from afar as her husband twirls around the stage mouthing 'Let It Go,' probably questioning if he looks better in that dress than she would. The two are set to battle in the 1 hour Lip Sync premiere this Thursday, January 7th, and it's sure to be a doozy. If all else fails, at least we'll be reunited with Chrissy Teigen

Robbie Amell Makes His Return
Even after (spoiler alert!) Ronnie Raymond's noble sacrifice, we knew actor Robbie Amell would one day make his return to The Flash. It seems like that day is coming sooner than we thought. After the introduction of 'Earth-2,' we suspected the character's inclusion somehow, and reports coming from EW have confirmed that instead of portraying the heroic Firestorm, we'll see Amell going on a darker path as the destructive Deathstorm. With 'Earth-2' mirroring our planet, it comes as no surprise that the new take on Ronnie Raymond is a villainous one, and to be honest, it sounds a hell of a lot cooler. 

Photo: CW

Photo: CW

Outsides Only
2015's Inside Out was a box-office success, so it comes as no surprise that someone took the hit film and gutted it — literally. This new edit, coming in at only 15 minutes, features just the outside parts of the movie and deletes any context involving main character Riley's personified emotions. This new version sort of loses the message it was trying to get across, and more importantly, loses the likes of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, and Mindy Kaling who could easily be argued as the best part to the Disney flick. It's 2016, so maybe people will soon realize they should leave a good thing alone