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'White House Down' extended trailer: 'Can you not hit me in the head with a rocket?' -- VIDEO

Remember when we all thought White House Down was just about monuments blowing up? As the new, four-minute trailer makes clear, Roland Emmerich’s new film is also about Channing Tatum, as wannabe Secret Service agent John Cale, saving his daughter; and it is also about Channing Tatum working with the president (Jamie Foxx, in glasses and sneakers) to save America. It is also funny, kind of. I think Maggie Gyllenhaal plays C.J. Cregg.

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'White House Down' stars bust a move -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Playing father and daughter in White House Down has clearly led to an off-screen bond between Channing Tatum and Joey King. The adorable duo even had time to come up with a seriously elaborate secret handshake.

Sony gave EW a front-row seat to the choreographed routine, which includes fake punches, a baseball pitch and even sound effects. Everybody knows that Tatum has moves, but King gives him a run for his money in the swagger department. Check out the cute on-set moment here:
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'Don Jon' trailer: Love, porn, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt -- VIDEO

What do you care about most in life? In Don Jon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut, Don Martello (Gordon-Levitt) leads a simple existence. He’s got his own hierarchy of needs: “My body, my pad, my ride, my family, my church, my boys, my girls, and my porn.” And it seems to be working out pretty well for Don, until he meets Barbara (Scarlett Johansson) — the bombshell of his dreams with a Jersey accent to match.

The film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival under the title Don Jon’s Addiction where EW described it as “an improbably entertaining and kind-hearted comedy about a specimen of New Jersey manhood.” Take a look at the first trailer for the film after the jump. It has a clubby, manic, fast-paced vibe that draws the viewer in, before slowing down and hitting the punchline — that porn may be a deal breaker for the romantic comedy-obsessed Barbara. Tony Danza and Julianne Moore co-star in the comedy, which even features a fake movie-within-the-movie starring Channing Tatum and Anne Hathaway.

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New 'White House Down' trailer shows the film's -- and star Channing Tatum's -- funny side

Roland Emmerich can always be counted upon to deliver disaster spectacle, and it’s looking like that’s going to hold true in his next movie, White House Down. The latest trailer for the upcoming movie has no shortage of Stuff Blowing Up, including iconic buildings like the U.S. Capitol.

White House Down stars Channing Tatum as a man applying for a job as a Secret Service Agent. After he’s denied that job, he takes his daughter to the White House for a tour on the same day it comes under attack, and he gets the chance to prove himself when he ends up protecting the President (Jamie Foxx).

This newest trailer depicts White House Down as more of a rollicking action movie than the tense thriller seen in the first trailer. Check out Tatum flexing both his comedy and action muscles (and his real muscles!) below: READ FULL STORY

Fox acquires the rights to 'Guys and Dolls' -- will Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt star?

Are Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt the next Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando?

The answer? Maybe. EW has confirmed that 20th Century Fox has acquired the rights to Guys and Dolls, the Frank Loesser musical about two gamblers who make a bet about a girl. But as far as Tatum and Gordon-Levitt are concerned, Deadline reports that Fox is interested in casting the actors in a remake of the 1955 film.

All we know is that Gordon-Levitt can sing, Tatum can dance, and both would look really good in fedoras. Bottom line: If luck were a lady, she would choose these two actors in a heartbeat.

Who would you like to see cast in a potential Guys and Dolls remake?

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Sony sets 2014 release date for '21 Jump Street' sequel

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are heading back undercover. Sony announced at its CinemaCon presentation that it will release a 21 Jump Street sequel sometime in 2014. A followup was never in doubt, after the crafty comic remake of the 1980s babyfaced-cop show made $138 million. In fact, Variety reported last year that Sony closed a deal for Hill and Michael Bacall to write the sequel before the original had even opened. EW called the comedy, “Fast, cheeky, and very funny.”

Few other details are available, including a more specific timeframe for release, or what exactly, the film will be about — but who cares? On a scale of The Giggs-Tripping Major Ballsack (beware NSFW video), how excited are you?

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Rebel Wilson talks hosting the MTV Movie Awards, voting for Channing Tatum, and (probably) losing to Jennifer Lawrence

Lately, it seems like a day doesn’t go by without Jennifer Lawrence winning something. (Just yesterday, the Oscar-winning Silver Linings Playbook actress was voted the celebrity people would most like to see in a sex tape.) Yet every time J-Law wins something, it means Rebel Wilson did not win that thing.

Wilson has a chance to reverse that trend at this weekend’s MTV Movie Awards, where the Pitch Perfect star will not only be the host but also a three-time nominee. And while one of the categories pits her against Lawrence, Wilson tells us she’s still got her fingers crossed: “I would just love to win one award!” Read on for the rest of our recent chat with Wilson, who tells us about getting hosting tips from Aziz Ansari, “accidentally” voting for Channing Tatum multiple times, and this Sunday’s much-anticipated (albeit Anna Kendrick-lessPitch Perfect reunion.

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'White House Down' trailer: Channing Tatum will save us all

No one kills a peaceful, normal day like Roland Emmerich.

In Emmerich’s White House Down (the other White House under attack movie of the season) John Cale (Channing Tatum) just wants the opportunity to protect the President (Jamie Foxx). After he’s denied that job, he takes his daughter to the White House for a tour on the same day it comes under attack, and he gets the chance to prove himself. Good thing he wore his John McClane outfit.

From screenwriter James Vanderbilt (Zodiac) it’s a somewhat irresistible formula, combining the contained chaos of Die Hard and raising the stakes by putting the leader of the country in danger. We’re especially excited to see Zero Dark Thirty star Jason Clarke lead the group of mercenaries trying to overtake the White House. Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Woods also co-star as Secret Service Agents.

Check out the first trailer for the summer blockbuster below and let us know what you think.

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Channing Tatum feels up Rebel Wilson in new MTV Movie Awards promo -- VIDEO

Ladies, let it be known that if you ever find yourself behind the wheel in a car chase with Channing Tatum riding shotgun, there are a few ways you can take advantage of the situation.

This morning we gave you action star Rebel Wilson on an exclusive poster. Now here’s action star Rebel Wilson in a new promo. Both are gearing up for next month’s MTV Movie Awards, which the Pitch Perfect actress will host.

The latest promo for the awards show, released today, is a pseudo-sequel to a previous spot that also featured Wilson and Tatum in hot pursuit of some baddies. But Wilson seems to be preoccupied with her pursuit of a certain hot someone else. In the new promo, that pursuit continues. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY

The Wachowskis' 'Jupiter Ascending' sets summer 2014 release date

Lana and Andy Wachowski’s next film Jupiter Ascending has set a release date of July 25, 2014. Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, Eddie Redmayne, and Sean Bean have all been cast in the film.

Although no official plot details have been released, the film reportedly is about a time in the future where humans are one of the least evolved species. Vulture reported last year that Kunis would be playing a Russian immigrant who is dangerous to those in power because she has “genetic makeup” matching the queen’s and Tatum would play her bounty-hunter turned lover.

But for all we know, the film could be like the Wachowskis’ last joint, Cloud Atlas, and just be about everything.

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