To say Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum enjoyed making their movie together would definitely be an understatement.

While stepping out to promote their upcoming sci-fi flick Jupiter Ascending at CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Thursday, the costars could help but gush over each other.

"It was fun. I've known Mila for a little while now, but we never really got the chance to hang out and get to know each other," Tatum told E! News. "And then in this seven-month period, I don't think we had a day where we weren't literally stuck to each other."

Added Kunis, "I couldn't have asked for a better person to be attached to for seven months."

The pretty pair also admitted that shooting the movie proved to be physically demanding, and there was definitely some close calls.

"There were a few run-ins," Channing said. "Mila almost had an unfortunate meeting three or four times with a camera or two."

"But Chan saved my life, literally," Kunis was quick to point out.

"Well, one time," noted Tatum with a smile. "The rest were the stunt guys."

Directed by the Wachowski siblings, Jupiter Ascending hits theaters July 18.

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