Tatum's John Cale sees his dream job shattering as he faces tough secret service interview in the new trailer for Roland Emmerich's film.
A new trailer for Roland Emmerich's upcoming film "White House Down" has made its way out via Yahoo! Movies. Unlike the first one which focuses on action scenes, the latest sneak peek highlights the comedic side of the film, which adds another compelling reason why this pic is definitely worth watching.
The video opens with Channing Tatum telling his daughter that he has a job interview with secret service. Trying his best to give a convincing answer during the interview, Tatum suddenly loses his confidence as interviewer Maggie Gyllenhaal says, "In college, you barely maintained a C average," hinting at the predictable result he eventually gets.
Penned by James Vanderbilt, "White House Down" follows Capitol Policeman John Cale who has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer. As he takes his daughter on a tour of the White House, a heavily armed paramilitary group takes over the building, forcing Cale to save the president, his daughter, and the country.
The film, which is described as " 'Die Hard' in the White House", also stars Jamie Foxx, Joey King, Rachelle Lefevre, James Woods, Richard Jenkins, Jason Clarke, Garcelle Beauvais and Michael Murphy.
The action film is set to hit U.S. theaters on June 28.