Move over, George Clooney and Brad Pitt, Hollywood has found its latest 'bromance.' Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum might not come across as likely candidates for the title, but according to an interview with New York Daily News, the actors really hit it off when they worked together on the remake of 21 Jump Street.

28 year old Jonah Hill, who recently starred in the Oscar nominated Moneyball with Brad Pitt said that he clicked with Tatum as soon as they met. "There was never really that moment of weirdness or awkwardness," says Hill, 28. "It was just like, hey, want to be friends? Okay, cool, awesome." 31 year-old Channing Tatum returned the compliment, saying "I haven't really gotten along with somebody that quick and easy and without a problem maybe, like, ever. We just fell in step." Jonah says that their bromance is based on the principle that opposites attract "We are from different parts of the world and experienced different upbringings and things like that.but we are going after the same thing and we want to do it in the same way. That is rare."

21 Jump Street is a remake of the 1987 film of the same name (which starred Johnny Depp). The comedy, which follows a pair of inept policemen working undercover to bring down a drugs cartel, is released in the USA on March 16, 2012. Tatum was apparently so taken with New Orleans, where the movie was filmed, that he is said to be opening his own Bourbon Street bar there, called Saints and Sinners, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.