"21 Jump Street" stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum stopped by "CBS This Morning" (weekdays, 7 a.m. EST), and Hill couldn't resist pointing out something various obvious. Well, something various obvious to the Oscar nominee, at least.
Both Tatum and Hill are returning guests to the new morning show. After Tatum's first visit, his photo made the celebrity guest wall, but Hill's didn't.
"I didn't catch a photo of myself up on the wall," Hill said while admiring the other big names gracing the wall. Gayle King quickly assured him it's on the way, but Charlie Rose told him it's all because he was nominated for an Academy Award for his work in "Moneyball."
To add further insult to injury, "CBS This Morning" co-host King saw "21 Jump Street," but Rose didn't .
"One of you guys actually took the time to go see the movie," Hill said. "I'm not going to point figures. It's not about whether it was Gayle or it was Charlie, but it was definitely Gayle and not Charlie who actually took an hour and a half out of their crazy day.
"It's almost as if you don't care at all," Hill said to Rose. "Our friendship means nothing to you." Rose didn't miss a beat and replied, "It means everything to me."
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