Channing Tatum Makes Fire | Running Wild With Bear Grylls


CHANNING TATUM: God,
all these stones, man. Look at them. They’re just massive boulders. BEAR GRYLLS: Nope,
it’s a dead end. So all of this area is
endless, like, dead ends. You reach a cliff face or you
reach a boulder you can’t get over, you try and go round it. Wow, this is
looking pretty cool. [suspenseful music] I actually think there’s a
hint of light through this one. We’ve now reached
what looks like a kind of narrow, dark hole of a cave. But I’ve seen a glimmer
of light through it. And I’m thinking,
actually, we don’t need that much to get through. Even if it’s that wide,
we reach the end of it, we’ll get through it. Let’s make a little torch. CHANNING TATUM: Yeah. We’ll do it from
that birch bark. And then go in there,
use that for light, and see if we can
climb up through. And that’ll then access to the
top part of this boulder face. CHANNING TATUM: All right. So what we need– that birch stuff’s good. Let me go and cut a stick. Into the belly of the beast. I was like, oh, we
won’t go in there. Um, we’re going in there. And there’s, like,
a little speck of– [laughs] –of light. Have you ever seen “Descent”? [woman screaming] I really hope that’s
not happening today. Copy that, if you never see me
again, you know where I’m at– (WHISPERING) Norway
with Bear Grylls. Help. BEAR GRYLLS: And then
we need the chaga. OK.
There we go. That’s better. Where’s that little
flint you had? Well, some of it’s here. So this is old school. That’s flint. And then this is, like,
what they call a knap. And they used to just
carry this around. You just go– you can see it. But it’s hard. You got to– So technically, I was wrong. The Norwegian chip thing was
not a mustache protector. I’m OK with admitting that. BEAR GRYLLS: So hold the
metal bit down, yeah. And then just flick
the flint along it. [clinking] There you go.
We’ve got it. We’ve got it.
We’ve got it. We’ve got it. There.
CHANNING TATUM: Sick. And there you go. Wow. CHANNING TATUM: I’ve never
started a fire as easy as this. I mean, it’s a one tiny,
little spark, barely an ember. And it just, like, ignited and
burning slowly into this stuff called chaga. OK. Hold that.
OK. You ready? CHANNING TATUM: Yes, sir. BEAR GRYLLS: Let’s do it.

88 thoughts on “Channing Tatum Makes Fire | Running Wild With Bear Grylls

  1. Great amazing adventure ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉโคโคโคโคโคโค๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  2. Annoying comment compilation.
    1. No one. Literally no one. Bear "I thought you might wanna see channing with me.
    2.who is here in 2020
    3.first

  3. Me looking at Tatum years ago: bahhahaha look at you so young and happy
    Me looking at Tatum in this vid: where did the years go?

  4. Maybe it's just me but he looks really thin. Haven't seen him in much lately. That last huge movie he did Bombed. Wasn't his fault though. I want him and Jonah Hill to do a third movie to that franchise, what's it called? The Comedy where they're both cops and imbeciles. at the same time. I love the realism. Great movie LOL. I like when Channing Tatum shot that bad guys Vienna sausage off. That was hilarious!

  5. My buddy and I got lost in the Gatineau hills in weather and terrain just like that. If it wasn't 25c we would have been in trouble.

  6. I just subscribed to national geographic and this is what I saw in my subscription feed. Good job and channing is my soul ate surely ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜

  7. Both Bear & Channing are so easy on the eyes ๐Ÿฅฐ I'm disappointed this wasn't a full episode โ˜น๏ธ damnit Nat gio

  8. Story around the campfire says this guy Bear is fake as shiite. Goes to a hotel room at night during the filming of his "nature" stunts. Hmmmm…

  9. PLEASE take me on a trip with my OUTDOOR mentor BEAR GRYLLS it would be AMAZING and unforgettable . Thank you for bringing THE BEAR back into the wilderness NAT GEO , I've been a fan since the first episode of those other shows on those other channels that once upon a time discovered things and that one channel with the wimpy bird for a logo .

  10. Making a strong fire is often a crucial part of surviving in the wilderness. What are your thoughts on Channing Tatum's attempt?

  11. Yep, we all know our nature is brutal. Everything get wet and cold. It never stops raining during fall or autum. The sun does not stay up for more than a couple of hours during winter (depending where you live). You will become used to it after a while

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