"He's probably going to kill us," Tatum said of "Never Say Never" beating out "Eagle" at the box office. "Bieber's probably going to murder us. But, it's just the way it goes, you know? He can't really do anything about that."
Tatum went on to say that he's not stressing about the big movie showdown, and he'll probably end up buying a ticket to the Biebs' flick.
"You can't really get mad at it. It's just one of those things," Tatum said. "Hopefully, the kid is great in it. I'll probably end up seeing it somehow, or whatever. I don't know how, but I'll probably end up seeing it too," he admitted. "So, good job, Justin Bieber."
Wait, Channing Tatum plans to see "Never Say Never"? Does his wife, actress Jenna Dewan, have something to do with that decision?
"No comment," Tatum said with a smile, perhaps wanting to avoid any trouble that could come from naming names.