Channing Tatum vs. Alex Pettyfer: Breaking Down the 13 Biggest Co-Star Film …

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Alex Pettyfer Reveals Channing Is Why He Isn’t On Magic Mike XXL!.

Now, after months of silence, the 25-year-old ‘Endless Love’ actor breaks his silence and gives us the real reason behind the absence of his sexiness in the film!

Alex Pettyfer has revealed he and Channing Tatum didn’t get along while filming Magic Mike, confirming perhaps one of the worst-kept secrets in Hollywood.Steven Soderbergh’s worldwide smash focused on the evolving relationship between male strippers played by Tatum and Pettyfer – but the 25-year-old has now admitted there was no real life love lost between himself and his American co-star.Years after it was rumoured took a major dislike to Alex Pettyfer on the set of Magic Mike, the British actor has lifted the lid on what really happened.

Alex then went on to explain that during that time, he was still in the midst of his bad boy reputation so Channing didn’t want him even in the first film. “I was scared to speak. Ellis questioned Pettyfer about the part in the 2012 film that “seems to haunt [Pettfyfer]”, referencing the persistent rumours about his sour relationship with Tatum, asking: “Why does this rumour exist?” According to Pettyfer, Tatum was opposed from the onset to casting him in the film, which is loosely based on Tatum’s own experiences as a stripper in Florida before his acting career took off. “Channing Tatum [ who co-produced the film] is an extraordinarily smart businessman and he thought that [casting me] was a poor decision because Channing was putting his own money into the movie.

Pettyfer might have just revealed why: Turns out there’s some XXL-sized baggage between him and his Magic costar Channing Tatum. “Channing Tatum does not like me, and for many reasons — many being my own fault,” Pettyfer tells Bret Easton Ellis on Monday’s episode of the latter’s “B.E.E.” podcast. However Alex, who also starred in the movie I Am Number Four, admits he’s to blame for the animosity between them, revealing they fell out massively after he rented an apartment from Channing, 35, and left without paying any rent. ‘All of a sudden, I got a very negative email from Channing – rightfully so – saying, ‘Don’t f**k my friends. I actually did my work and I sat in the corner and listened to music because I had been told that anything I do is wrong by my reps.” “I was very insecure as a human being and that also gave me a bad rep because they said, ‘Oh Alex thinks he’s f—— better than everyone else because he doesn’t speak to anyone,’ and that’s not true.” He explained.

He was not sold as me being a part of this film because he looked on me as a risk and rightfully so, you know.” The rumours of the Endless Love star being difficult on set are, he claims, a result of his fear of flying which meant in previous films he wanted a private plane to cull airport waiting time. However, according to the ‘Beastly’ actor, what really done Channing in into hating him was when he failed to pay the rent for the apartment he was renting – which was owned by a friend of Channing. They moved out soon after, however, because Pettyfer had an allergic reaction to mold and dust in the apartment, and Tatum’s friend asked him for the full month’s rent. “I should have paid then and there,” Pettyfer says as he recounts the story.

Despite the frank admission of bad blood between the two, Pettyfer seemingly has no hard feelings towards the 35-year-old, saying “Channing was actually an incredible influence on me because after this situation happened it was actually the end of what i feel [was] my immaturity.” Relations between the pair were strained when he returned to film reshoots for Magic Mike and he believes Channing turned the rest of the cast against him.

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