>> splash remake, channing tatum, jillian bell. if she can work up a romance with channing tatum, first of all, she's a better actor than i am because that dude? channing tatum, what a doof. >> he was initially too scared to approach tom about the doing whatever i can possibly do to get him in the movie. >> tom, you've got to do it. channing brought his wife jena to the event and it was date night new york when warren beatty was honored by the museum of moving image and he was joined by his wife, annette benning and there was sarah jessica parker with her husband matthew broderick. they have a budding fashionista at home. >> apparenty look, one of my daughters is plotting to take over. she has designs, so to speak, on company. >> mama's company. they make fashions her "sex and the city" character would kill for. >> this is the kaurie. >> only e.t. was there as sjp took over at the fashion pestival. she's always bold in business and in her fashion choices. >> i would never go back in time and say that was risky and that wasn't. ever
please say hello to channing tatum! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: channing, all -- [ cheers and applause ] i feel like i speak on behalf of all of us when i say, you are adorable when you sleep. [ cheers and applause ] >> i feel adorable, i do. i feel really adorable. >> jimmy: have you ever slept on television before? >> all the time. my wife thumps me as i sleep. >> jimmy: you have an omaze experience that could potentially kill a woman. you will take a person to las vegas to see the "magic mike" show. what is the show? this is not like "siegfried and roy" type magic? >> it might be. there's magic involved. sorry, bad joke. ha ha! i just got that. ha ha! >> it is going to completely change anything that you might think you know about male entertainment. >> jimmy: in what way? >> there will be no firemen, no there be no -- >> jimmy: no firemen! what if there's a fire? >> no irish people? >> jimmy: it's discriminatory not to have firemen in the show. you're saying that's kind of cliche? >> it's antiquated, yeah.
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