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Trained Professional Actors Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill Offer Some World Cup Advice on Flopping

Thursday's opening match of the World Cup was somewhat marred by an obvious flop by Brazil's Fred after Dejan Lovren bumped into him a little bit:

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Although Fred's acting was good enough to fool referee Nichimura, most of the live and television audience saw things differently. So to give these soccer players some tips on how to convince everyone that they were hurt, Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, two professionally-trained actors, have made this video (which also happens to promote their new movie, 22 Jump Street).

Tips include grabbing your body where you're pretending you were hurt, making sure to emphasize getting hit in the face, and the 10-second rule.

Watch out, Michael Caine -- the world has some new acting coaches.

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