One North Carolina gas station got lucky when the star of Logan Lucky stopped by. In a video, which Tatum streamed on Facebook Live Tuesday, he grabbed a cold coffee and hugged the store clerk, Beatrice. When he said he was driving across the country, she joked that she could've gone with him. After a little more banter, the two broke into a dance, and Tatum wasn't shy about pulling a few Magic Mike moves. Tatum also posed for a photo with a fan and signed Beatrice's hat. Fans in Knoxville, Tenn. also got lucky Wednesday when Tatum stopped by for a charity fundraiser and the premiere of Logan Lucky to take selfies with the crowd. "Just giving back I think is just — I mean anything that we can do," Tatum said. "You know there’s way harder things to do in life than to come out with some really really sweet people.” Logan Lucky hits theaters Aug.18.
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