You may not have realised it, but Channing Tatum starred in G.I Joe: The Rise of Cobra - that terrible, terrible movie from 2009. Now a bankable Hollywood star with a plethora of hits under his belt, Tatum's happy to talk about his misfires and spilled on the action flick during an interview with Howard Stern this week.

Channing TatumChanning Tatum says he "f*cking hates" G.I Joe: Rise of the Cobra

"Look, I'll be honest. I f*cking hate that movie," he confessed of G.I. Joe, saying it was a turning point in his career, "I was pushed into doing that movie."

"From Coach Carter, they signed me for a three picture deal. And I'm sitting there and they give me the contract and they go three picture deal - here you go. So time goes by and you get other jobs and you have a dream job that you want to go and do and the studio calls up and says we got a movie for you. And it's G.I. Joe. The script wasn't any good. And I said I don't want to do something that was bad."

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Rise of the Cobra opened at the top of the box office and grossed over $302 million worldwide by the end of its run. It was considered a huge commercial success though was critically panned. 

Later in the interview, Tatum revealed that a male-oriented Ghostbusters reboot was on the cards but that things were beginning to disintegrate.

"That thing's gotten messy, I gotta be honest. There's a lot of people doing a lot of things on Ghostbusters. Yeah. I don't know, is the answer."

Channing Tatum next stars in the Magic Mike sequel XXL, which hits theaters on July 1.

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