Saturday, 23 May 2009

Channing Tatum's Fighting talk

Channing Tatum said he's "very proud" that he performed his own stunts in his new movie, Fighting.


The 29-year-old said: "There's not one frame of the movie that's not me, I am very, very proud of that."

But Channing revealed his mother can't bear to watch him in action, saying: "My mom, she is just like 'arggh' - she can't watch, she still covers her eyes."


The actor believes learning martial arts taught him how to concentrate when he was younger and helped control his Attention Deficit Disorder.

"I did Kung Fu from nine to about 13 or 14 and it's just an amazing discipline you know. I think it taught me really early how to focus," he said.

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The former model from Alabama says if people want to get into martial arts, they should learn it properly, rather than fighting in the street.

He said: "It's an art form, martial arts, it's knowledge, that's really all it is. You can be tough, you can know how to throw a punch but if I know more than you I am gonna beat you."

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Fighting is out in cinemas now

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