Sorry, Yeezus. We like your new album and all (especially the use of a certain track on a recent trailer), but the White House Down duo of Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx just went ahead and delivered the anthem of the summer. Premiering on a special NBA Finals episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tatum and Foxx released their music video for the track, “(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum.”
Featuring the duo on a beach and elsewhere, it includes special guests stars Olivia Munn (who co-starred with Tatum in Magic Mike), Precious and Seven Psychopaths‘ Gabourey Sidibe, as well as Miley Cyrus and Kimmel regular Matt Damon. We’re not sure if it’ll make you want to go see their Washington D.C.-set action blockbuster next week, but it’ll surely make you want to Channing all over someone’s Tatum. Check it out below, along with two new clips from Roland Emmerich‘s film.
White House Down hits on June 28th.
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