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Channing Tatum Tells Jimmy Kimmel His Daughter Doesn't Like His Movies

Channing Tatum on Jimmy Kimmel Live
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Channing Tatum on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Wearing a tie painted by his daughter Everly, Channing Tatum caught up with Jimmy Kimmel last night and hilariously revealed that the four-year-old did not enjoy watching his hit movie Step Up, which also features his wife, actress and dancer Jenna Dewan Tatum.

Channing explains, "Within ten seconds she was like, 'Can I watch a real movie -- I don't know, like a good one?'" His reaction? "I was like, 'This is a real movie! It was such a real movie they made like more seven of these!"

He later jokes about his daughter's presence on the set of Magic Mike, and how it has influenced her dancing around the house. He explained when he sees her male-stripper-inspired moves, he's quick to defend himself: "I didn't teach you that!"

Channing also discusses his experience living in Vegas and the Magic Mike Live Show. "We need more dancers -- all of my dancers are getting hurt," he relates. "We got guys chipping teeth -- there are things getting hurt that should not be getting hurt." He even offers a role to Kimmel. 

Watch the interview below: 

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