The pair was seen over the weekend departing a Halloween party, according to People. Tatum and Kravitz originally got together when Tatum was casting "Pussy Island," the film she would soon be directing.
He was her guardian, she said, "whether it was making me tea, pouring me a drink, whipping someone into shape, or whatever. It was really wonderful and sweet."
According to Deadline, Tatum will play the lead in "Pussy Island," a tale about a teenage waitress who breaks onto the private island of a tech entrepreneur and philanthropist and discovers more than meets the eye.
Kravtiz and E.T. Feigenbaum co-wrote the script for "High Fidelity." The plot, according to Complex's synopsis, centers on Frida, a cocktail waitress from Los Angeles, who receives an invitation to a private property and thinks it will be a "journey of a lifetime." But, once she gets to the island, Friday discovers there's more going on there than "what first meets the eye." Something she's not exactly sure what it is. Anything awful
In February of that year, Tatum said to Variety, "She's a perfectionist in the best possible way."
Regarding Kravits and Tatum, a source told People last year, "Their careers are a big focus and they share this passion." They are very low-key when they're not feeling well. They like spending calm evenings on dates with friends, although they spend most of their time at home.
"Channing takes Zoë very seriously. "It's not a casual relationship," the insider continued. "They have long been in exclusive relationships."