Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz are on the brink of making two very different directorial debuts. With Pussy Island, which introduced the rumored couple, Kravitz follows a tech billionaire to his mysterious private island. Tatum’s upcoming Dog, meanwhile, looks like the most wholesome movie possibly ever made.
After its release was delayed a year, a trailer for the feel-good film was released on Nov. 17, showing Tatum as an Army Ranger tasked with bringing a temperamental dog to the funeral of his late handler, a former sergeant. Dog will mark Tatum’s first role in four years that isn’t a voice role, like in the Lego Movie sequel, or a surprise cameo, like in Free Guy. Serving as codirector is Reid Carolin, who previously produced Magic Mike and Logan Lucky with Tatum.
Watch the tear-jerking trailer above before Dog hits theaters in February.