Channing Tatum First Met Sandra Bullock In The Principal’s Office After Their Daughters Had A Fight In Preschool

Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum met when their daughters had a fight in preschool.

In an interview with The New York Times, Bullock and Tatum, who star together in The Lost City, admitted they have “blocked out” all the details of one of their first proper encounters because they had been called into a meeting with teachers after Laila Bullock and Everly Tatum were involved in a battle to prove who was the “alpha”.

Tatum — who has Everly, eight, with ex-wife Jenna Dewan — said: “I’ve blocked it all out.

Bullock — who adopted Louis, 10, and Laila, 10, as a single parent — added: “There’s some PTSD attached to it.

“We met through drama, in the principal’s office at preschool. We were called in together because Everly and Laila were trying to alpha the other one out, and we prayed it was the other’s child that caused the damage.”

Fortunately, the girls get along well now and their famous parents joked they took on the movie so their kids could spend time together in a “COVID-safe” environment.

Bullock said, “That’s the reason we did this film, so they could have one long, COVID-safe play date. We even brought motorbikes down there. All we cared about is that Everly and Laila were just having the time of their lives.”

Before their kids’ clash, Tatum and Bullock actually met for the first time at the actress’ birthday party when the Magic Mike star was just an unknown.

Bullock said: “But actually, I think we met for the first time at my birthday party. You were a plus-one.”

Tatum continued: “That’s right, I think that was my first week in Hollywood. You were the first celebrity person I met. God bless his soul, Chris Huvane [the late talent manager] actually brought me there. I believe he was DJing at that point, he wasn’t managing.”

Bullock confirmed: “All the Huvanes took over my party — I had no say in my own birthday. I went, ‘I have three friends here. I don’t know who anybody else is.’

“I was like, ‘Is anyone here for me?’ “

While the Ocean’s 8 star didn’t enjoy her own celebration, Tatum “had a blast”.

He said: “I had a blast, personally. I was a kid from Florida, basically not even an actor at that point. I was still just a model, and I made it to her party!”

The Lost City opens in Singapore cinemas on Apr 21. 


Photos: TPG News/Click Photos

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