'White House Down' Trailer: Jamie Foxx Joins Channing Tatum in the Action (Video) 2 weeks ago
It's Jamie Foxx's turn to blow things up in the newest trailer for Sony's "White House Down."
Foxx, who plays the...
By Greg Gilman
The studio says it's standing pat on the June 28 release date for its big-budget terrorist attack epic starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx
Known as "White House Down," the film stars Jamie Foxx as the president and Channing Tatum as a Secret Service agent
"21 Jump Street" and "The Vow" star Channing Tatum may add another movie to his busy schedule
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"Yes, maybe we’re headed for extinction ... it is kind of scary."
Will air a two-minute scene from the film simultaneously on nearly all broadcast and cable outlets next week.
"It’s like I created the genre myself and I'm a prisoner to it."
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