By Nick Romano
Updated June 03, 2016 at 02:35 PM EDT
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Channing Tatum has the brains to match the moves. The star of the Magic Mike films enrolled in a Harvard Business School course with fellow classmates L.L. Cool J and NBA players Pau Gasol and Chris Paul.

As posted to the school’s Facebook page, the course is part of the Executive Education Business of Education, Media, and Sports program taught by Professor Anita Elberse. Tatum marked its “first ever ‘live case.'”

According to participants, Tatum helped lead a workshop about how dance movies impact Hollywood. “So yeah, this is happening,” Elberse tweeted along with photos of her “four legends” in class.

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Natalie Portman, Matt Damon, Rashida Jones, and Conan O’Brien are some of the other celebrities who’ve studied at Harvard.

Tatum is currently filming Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and (speaking of how dance movies impact Hollywood) he announced a Magic Mike live show coming to Las Vegas.