‘White House Down’ premiere in Washington: Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx, Maggie Gyllenhaal

“White House Down” had its big Washington premiere in Georgetown on Friday night with all the major stars present. This is the one where Tatum is the police officer who must rescue President Jamie Foxx when the bad guys blow up the White House (and we are assured that this is a completely different movie than Gerard Butler trying to save President Aaron Eckhart in “Olympus Has Fallen”). Don’t remember it filming in D.C.? Yeah, well, that’s cause it was mostly done in Montreal, as usual.

Channing Tatum, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, producer James Vanderbilt, producer Brad Fischer, actor Jamie Foxx, actress Joey King, producer Reid Carolin (back) and director Roland Emmerich. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

Channing Tatum, Maggie Gyllenhaal, producer James Vanderbilt, producer Brad Fischer, Jamie Foxx, Joey King, producer Reid Carolin (back) and director Roland Emmerich. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

Channing Tatum hugs Joey King, the child star who plays his daughter. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

Click-click-click! Channing Tatum hugs Joey King, the child star who plays his daughter. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

Remember back in the olden days when you'd take a selfie with a movie star and you couldn't immediately tweet it? Us neither. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

Remember back in the olden days when you’d take a selfie with a movie star and you couldn’t immediately tweet it? Us neither. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

"New dad Channing Tatum clearly isn't getting enough sleep since the birth of baby daughter Everly!" How's that for a speculative caption? (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

“New dad Channing Tatum clearly isn’t getting enough sleep since the birth of baby daughter Everly!” How’s that for a speculative caption? (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

Jamie Foxx, Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx. You can understand the need for shades last night. It was Summer Solstice. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

Jamie Foxx, Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx. You can understand the need for shades last night. It was Summer Solstice. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

Oh, forgot to mention: Maggie Gyllenhaal is in it too. She plays a Secret Service agent.

Oh, forgot to mention: Maggie Gyllenhaal is in it too. She plays a Secret Service agent. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

One more, Maggie, please -- this time with shoes and bag. (Larry French / Getty Images)

One more, Maggie, please — this time with shoes and bag. (Larry French / Getty Images)

 

So bright out! That crazy sun. (Larry French / Getty Images)

So bright out! That crazy sun. (Larry French / Getty Images)

 

We also find that it puts our subjects at ease and cultivates a nice rapport if we put an arm around them during the interview. (Larry  French / Getty Images)

We also find that it puts our subjects at ease and cultivates a nice rapport if we put an arm around them during the interview. (Larry French / Getty Images)

 

Channing, dude, don't leave a bro hanging. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

Channing, dude, don’t leave a bro hanging. We think that’s producer Brad Fischer. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

Oh, you know who else was there? Janet Napolitano, seen here talking with Roland Emmerich. She is not in the movie. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

Oh, you know who else was there? Janet Napolitano, seen here talking with Roland Emmerich. She is not in the movie. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

So very, very bright. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

So very, very bright. (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

 

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