Channing Tatum has been spending a good amount of time with his White House Down costar Jamie Foxx lately, so we have to wonder whether or not the actor's bromance with Magic Mike costar Matthew McConaughey is taking a hit because of it?

"Those two are probably the two most admirable people to me," the star told E! News of his relationships with the two celebs at the film's New York premiere.

"I am completely envious and I admire the both of them for so many reasons and I just can't even describe it enough."

But there just might be a reason to bring McConaughey and Foxx together, and it's something that would benefit everyone—or at least, the number of us who enjoy watching hunky Hollywood actor strip down on the big screen.

"Quite possibly," Tatum replied when asked if he was bringing Jamie and Matthew together for the Magic Mike sequel. "It's gonna be a Matthew and Jamie-off."

Hey, Jamie's got some moves.

Along with promoting his latest flick, Channing has been enjoying his new journey as a father and gushing about his adorable baby girl, Everly.

"I was there for the whole thing," Tatum said of his almost 1-month-old daughter, who was born on May 31, during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. "That was the most amazing thing I have ever experienced in my life."

Tatum admitted, "I am sleeping a little, probably a little more than most. A lot of people who have a baby probably don't have as much rest as I do. We have [a nanny] helping us manage all the risks of having a newborn."

His wife, Jenna Dewan, however, is feeling the fatigue that comes with being a new parent.

"She's good, she's really good. Tired, you know...just taking care of the baby on those first months. First months are hard," Tatum told E! News at the film's Washington D.C. premiere.

"I'm away from [Everly] for 12-13 hours and I feel like I come home and I feel like she's changed—like her face looks different," the busy-at-work actor added about his baby girl. "You feel like every minute that you miss is horrible."

White House Down comes out in theaters this Friday.

—Reporting by Alicia Quarles

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