It appears that Jenna Dewan-Tatum did everything she could to make sure that her daughter was brought up in the least corrupted way possible even before she was born.
On Tuesday, Contact Music posted the details from when the actress's husband, Channing Tatum, spoke on the UK TV show Lorraine. He mentioned that he and his wife avoided watching films that had any forms of violence in them because they wanted their daughter to have only positive vibes while she was in the womb.
"When she was pregnant and we didn't even watch violent movies, we just wanted her (Everly) to have good energy and vibes when she came into the world," Tatum said.
When the actor was filming the dramatic movie Foxcatcher, his wife was expecting, which put her through some intensity when she watched her husband at work.
"I was pregnant, so I came already hormonal," Dewan-Tatum told Access Hollywood. "It was so interesting because he was so in character, channeling this sort of intense dark character that I was like- and it was winter- I was like, I'm going back to California!"
Both Tatum and his wife have had themselves busy years with Tatum filming several movies, including The Lego Movie, The Book of Life and 22 Jump Street. It was also just announced that he will be playing Gambit in the upcoming film based on the famous comic book character.
Dewan-Tatum played Freya in the Lifetime series Witches of East End, but unfortunately, the series got canceled after two seasons.