Watch Channing Tatum Parody His New Movie in 'Waffle House Down'

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Columbia Pictures is so sure White House Down is going to be a success that they've already commissioned a sequel, admittedly on a much smaller scale. The trailer for the follow-up, affectionately titled Waffle House Down, premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night, and man does it look INTENSE. A waffle-wielding Channing Tatum vs. international (House of Pancakes) terrorists? Sign us up.Read Full Story

So James Woods, 66, Is Dating a 20-Year-Old

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(Photo: Getty Images)While most of the attention at the White House Down premiere was on the film's leading men — which, of course, those guys are great — it was the film's supporting actor, Hollywood vet James Woods, who should have been catching everyone's eye. Why? Because he showed up with his new girlfriend, 20-year-old Kristen Bauguess. Did we mention Woods is 66?Hey, no judgment — do you, buddy. But really? She can't even legally drink a beer, and he qualifies for AARP discounts. That...Read Full Story

Channing Tatum's Secret Handshake with His 15-Year-Old Co-Star Is the Best

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When it comes to the press tour for White House Down, we've been focusing a lot of attention on the budding bromance between Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx because those guys clearly love each other. But Foxx may have some competition in the Tatum BFF department because 15-year-old Joey King, who plays Tatum's daughter in the movie, seems to be pretty tight with the Chan man. Case in point: their elaborate, lengthy, and altogether adorable "secret" handshake. I mean, this thing's got it all...Read Full Story

Watch Channing Tatum & Jamie Foxx Learn How to Salsa on Live TV

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It's been clear since the start of their promotional tour for their new movie together that Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx sparked a true Hollywood bromance after filming White House Down. Those two are always down for a good laugh and a good time, no matter the situation. So when the newly minted BFFs stopped by Univision's Despierta America and free salsa lessons were pitched, of course they joined in, paving the way for Tatum to reprise his role for Step Up 5: Muy Caliente! Make it so...Read Full Story

Channing Tatum & Jamie Foxx's 12-Step Guide to Being a Boss

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For the most part, movie premieres are predictable — screaming fans cheer on their favorite actors as they walk the red carpet, bombarded by flashbulbs and shuttled along by image-controlling publicists. That cannot be said for the White House Down event in Cancun, Mexico, last Friday, because co-stars (and newfound BFFs) Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx used the occasion to demonstrate just how cool they are.Here's how you do a movie premiere like a boss.Step 1: Arrive like a boss.Step 2: Work...Read Full Story