Waffle House Down with Channing Tatum on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ [Video]

NEW YORK | Saturday, June 29th, 2013 12:51am EDT

“White House Down” opens in theaters today but the producers have already made a sequel, naturally. On Thursday, Jimmy Kimmel gave the world a little taste of Channing Tatum in the epic follow-up “Waffle House Down.”

Jimmy Kimmel and Channing Tatum must be the best of bestiez these days, because it seems like the Magic Mike star makes a magnificently manly appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live almost every night!

Channing Tatum on Kimmel last night talking about his new movie “White House Down”— and the Internet was invented so you can enjoy it over and over again.

He also talked about his new entry into fatherhood, hanging with Jamie Foxx and the surefire Oscar sweeper known as White House Down, but the highlight of the night came from him showing the outtakes from the hit “Channing All Over Your Tatum” and they’re absolutely hilarious.

This time, the gloriously gifted hunk of chiseled perfection was starring in a spoof of his new Jamie Foxx flick, White House Down.

As millions of people flock to their local theaters today to see White House Down – possibly one of the greatest films ever made on this or any other planet – Jimmy Kimmel Live debuted the trailer for the “sequel” – Waffle House Down.

In the, so called, sequel to the action thriller, Tatum faces his toughest assignment yet: protecting the sacred Waffle House cheesy grits recipe from a gang of IHOP interlopers.

The “21 Jumpstreet” hunk looked hilarious in a WH hat as he defended a Waffle House against IHOP employees in the satirical “Waffle House Down.”

Dressed in full Waffle House server regalia — hat, apron, and nametag — Tatum serves an unsuspecting elderly couple.

When the dreaded house of pancakes baddies show up, he must engage in a firefight with an arguing elderly couple caught in the crossfire.

“I picked the wrong day to serve waffles,” Tatum exclaims.

Luckily, employing the signature dish of the diner chain as a discus manages to stop the villains in their tracks. In fact, he leaves them chunked, diced, scattered and capped.

Meanwhile, it sounds like Tatum made a friend for life in Jamie Foxx while working on the high-intensity thriller, due in theaters today (June 28).

Director Roland Emmerich told press, “On set, I’d never seen two actors look out for each other more. They liked each other. You felt it. They’d have discussions about politics.

“They like each other because they’re both humble, easygoing guys. Normally on a movie, everyone disappeared into their trailers, and this was not the case here. Jamie would play piano on set. He’d sit down and play piano for everyone.”

Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx’s new movie “White House Down” comes to theaters Friday. 

Channing Tatum may be the sexiest man alive, but he’s not afraid to reveal the raw emotions behind the hard body.

New baby daddy Channing was happy to talk about spending time with daughter Everly. “You never have enough time,” said my new favorite DILF. “You walk out of the room to go to the bathroom and that’s time lost.”

The 33-year-old admitted  had “crying fits” while his wife was giving birth.

The White House Down actor said he was overcome with emotion while Jenna Dewan Tatum was in labour with their daughter Everly earlier this month and had to excuse himself from the delivery room, reports the Daily Mail.

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