Meanwhile, Tatum's wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, handled their dog, a Japanese Spitz named Meeka.
Tatum has stayed busy promoting "White House Down" since the birth of his first child. He told E! News last month that being away from her for a day can be challenging.
"I'm away from her for 12-13 hours and I feel like I come home and I feel like she's changed -- like her face looks different. You feel like every minute that you miss is horrible," he said.
When asked by reporters whether it was scarier to protect the president or be a father, Tatum said, "I can tell you that being a new dad is pretty terrifying."
"I'm pretty sure that something about the president makes the stakes a little higher, but to me as a new father, nothing is more important or scary than protecting a daughter," he said."