Sorry Niners fans, come Sunday, you won't have People's Sexiest Man Alive in your corner.
At the New York premiere of his new movie Side Effects, the 32-year-old actor, donning a Dolce & Gabbana suit, revealed to ET that while he loves the 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, and thinks they have a "sick offense, and they're on fire right now... they're probably favored to win a little bit," he admits ultimately, "I kinda want the [Baltimore Ravens] to win."
As far as Super Bowl plans go, Tatum will actually be in the Big Easy on Sunday, in the middle of the madness.
"I'm gonna be there in [New Orleans]. I'll be at Saints & Sinners, my bar down on Bourbon Street." Saints & Sinners opened in November 2012.
Side Effects is a thriller surrounding the pharmaceutical industry, that pairs Channing for a third and final time with director Steven Soderbergh, who announced his retirement from directing after this film.
"I wish there could be a fourth [film together], but he's apparently done.... This movie is special, and it's kind of one that he's always wanted to make."
Soderbergh previously worked with Channing in filming Haywire, and Magic Mike.
Watch the video above for more on the movie, in theaters February 8, and Channing on his co-star Jude Law's disarming accent.