Channing Tatum has revealed that he and Sandra Bullock had a “more connected conversation” in the principal’s office at their daughters’ kindergarten.
In a Lie Detector interview with Vanity Fair published Jan. 17, Tatum said, “Our daughters got caught in some scraps at school… year, year.”
When asked if the girls “still have beef,” Tatum, 42, said the pair are now almost inseparable.
“They love each other now. They literally can’t get enough of each other,” he said. “They just want to hang out all the time.”
“To tell the truth,” the polygraph administrator announced, signing a deal that the dispute was over.
Bullock, 58, is raising daughter Lyra and son Louis with his partner Brian Randall, while Tatum is raising 9-year-old Everly with ex-wife Jenna Dewan.
Bullock announced last year that he would be stepping away from acting so he could spend more time with his family.
“When I’m at work, I take my job very seriously,” she said in an interview with ET. I just want to be with you one day.”
But before she started her break, Tatum and Bullock co-starred in the 2022 movie The Lost City. While speaking to The New York Times about the film, the pair first showed off the drama between her daughters that culminated in an infamous meeting in the principal’s office.
“We were called together because Everly and Lyra were trying to alpha the other, and we prayed it was the other child that caused the damage,” Bullock told The Times.
Tatum said he “blocked everything.”
“There’s PTSD attached to it,” Bullock exclaimed.
The actors said they agreed to do the film so their daughters could bond while they were filming it in the Dominican Republic.
“That’s why we made this movie so they could have a Covid-safe playdate for a long time.” All that mattered was that Everly and Lyra were just having the time of their lives.”