Channing Tatum confirms “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” movie: “The stripper will never be the same”
There is still enough magic for everyone.
Deadline first reported on Monday morning (November 29) that Channing Tatum is reuniting with director Steven Soderbergh and writer Reid Carolin for a third Magic mike film, which is probably the last installment given that the title is Magic Mike’s Last Dance, and it will air exclusively on HBO Max.
Tatum, 41, confirmed the news on Twitter, posting a photo of the script:
“There are no words to say how excited I am to blow up the doors of the world of Magic mike with Steven, Greg [Jacobs], Reid and the amazing people at HBO Max, âTatum said in a statement. “The stripper will never be the same again.”
Soderbergh also provided a statement, by Variety: “As soon as I saw what Channing, Reid and the Magic mike the choreography team did with the live show, I said we had to do another movie. Mike Lane’s dream of connecting people through dance must be realized. “
The first two films grossed nearly $ 300 million worldwide, and in 2017 the franchise spawned the hit show. Magic Mike Live, as relayed by Deadline. âIt was launched in Las Vegas and quickly spread internationally to London, Berlin and Australia. Magic Mike Live just announced its first multi-year North American tour, launching April 6 in Nashville and continuing to Miami, with more cities to be announced. “
Tatum has played titular stripper Mike Lane since the 2012 original Magic mike film, which was loosely based on his own experiences of undressing as a teenager in Florida. The following, Magic Mike XXL, arrived in 2015 and was directed by Jacobs instead of Soderbergh while Carolin has remained as a writer.
Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Adam Rodriguez, Kevin Nash and Stephen âtWitchâ Boss also performed.