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"God knows we have enough gentlemen clubs in the world, so let’s start the first gentle-ladies club—or, maybe not so gentle. Depends on what you’re into," says Channing Tatum.


Watch Jenna Dewan Tatum Give Channing Tatum a Magic Mike-Style Lap Dance on Lip Sync Battle

Is it over-aggressive to say the Tatum takeover on Lip Sync Battle might be the highlight of our 2016 so far? Channing Tatum wearing full Elsa gear and enthusiastically lip-synching Frozen's "Let It Go" (complete with snowflakes and twirls) already makes this season's premiere a top contender in our books—but his wife Jenna Dewan Tatum might have just pushed this episode over the edge. We knew based on the previews that she had a Magic Mike-inspired performance up her sleeves, but what we didn't know is how well her lap-dance skills would rival her hip-swiveling husband's. Dewan Tatum performed the spot-on, scandalous routine to Ginuwine's "Pony"—which Magic Mike fans will instantly recognize as Channing Tatum's trademark stripper song from the movie. Even just from this 30-second preview, we can already see that she nails it, from the nearly-identical costume to the washboard abs and, of course, the killer dancer moves. It appears gyrating is a Tatum family talent—watch the incredible clip below: Don't miss the full Tatum takeover when it airs tonight on Lip Sync Battle at 10 P.M. ET.


Watch the Cast of Dancing With the Stars Re-Create Dirty Dancing, Magic Mike, and Saturday Night Fever

Warning: Spoilers ahead! Fresh off switch-up week, Dancing With the Stars' pros and celebs rode that wave of energy into famous dances week, and boy, did it pay off. From Dirty Dancing to Magic Mike, this season is finally right where we want it. The contenders are starting to separate from the wannabes, and the pressure's beginning to mount. And, of course, someone else had to say goodbye and head to the friendly arms of Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos. Paula Deen's time was finally up, and she reacted to her departure by saying, "I'm so excited!" Of course, she was referring to the fact that she gets to go back and see her grand babies, but still, it was an odd reaction given that Alexa PenaVega (also "in jeopardy") was bawling her eyes out over the fear of going home. We knew Paula's run on the show was going to come to an end soon, but with her elimination comes the last of this season's "characters." Still, with dances as strong as they were tonight, we're at the point where we don't need "characters." It's time to find out who really could take home the Mirrorball trophy and become

Channing Tatum Before Magic Mike XXL

Before he was making us swoon in <em>Magic Mike</em> and <em>Magic Mike XXL</em>, Channing Tatum was a dancer-turned-runway model. In this special throwback video, take a look at the hunky star at age 21, when he was still an aspiring movie star.


Watch a Young Channing Tatum Talk About His Modeling Career: "I Don't Really Think I've Got What It Takes"

Long before he became Magic Mike, Channing Tatum was a hot commodity as a runway model. (Fun fact: He roomed with Vanderpump Rules star Jax Taylor during that time!) And, friends, have we got a treat for you: We have a throwback video of Tatum at age 21 talking backstage—and it is entertaining, to say the least. His quotes are pretty much exactly what you'd expect a 21-year-old dude to say about fashion. For example... On his modeling career... "I don't know if I'm a long-term model. I don't really think I've got what it takes to make a million bucks or whatever." On why he stopped dancing to go into modeling... "That wasn't making too much money, so I figured I'd try something else." On his acting aspirations... "I would love to go into acting or even some kind of designing or something like that. We'll see!" On fashion... "I've always been kind of interested in fashion and whatnot." Watch the video below: Want more Magic Mike goodies? Check out these stories: -How Magic Mike XXL Has Become the Most Feminist Movie of the Summer -Joe Manganiello Talks THAT Scene in the Convenience Store -7 Fun Facts About Channing


Joe Manganiello Talks THAT Scene From Magic Mike XXL

Decades from now, when people are living on the moon and driving flying cars and taking them to see Magic Mike XVI: The Golden Years, we will still be YouTubing Joe Manganiello's epic convenience-store dance scene from Magic Mike XXL. A refresher, in case you blacked out from lust: The boys challenge Big Dick Richie to get a grouchy cashier to smile, and he goes to work—armed with only a Backstreet Boys soundtrack and the snacks at hand. Turns out he's the MacGyver of seductive choreography, because it all works out. We asked Manganiello for the story behind the sequence. It came from the same place all good ideas come from. "Channing and Reid [Carolin, who wrote and produced the film] came up with that scene in a hot tub one night." The one-on-one setting was a big change of pace from the rest of the film. "During some scenes, there were close to 1,000 extras. They'd get louder on every take. That made us want to always top the last one, to give them something fresh. But it was wild." Manganiello himself Wanted It That Way. "Warner Bros. gave me a list of music to pick. There was no


How Magic Mike XXL Became the Most Shockingly Feminist Movie of the Summer

If you haven't seen Magic Mike XXL yet, close your browser, hydrate, and go directly to your local movie theater. This piece contains spoilers. No, seriously, I am going to ruin everything. When I sat down to screen Magic Mike XXL a few months ago, I had some expectations in mind for how I would feel when I left: blinded by ab glisten, battling debilitating jealousy toward Jenna Dewan-Tatum, and altogether too riled up to resume my normal, sober workday. What I didn't imagine was that I'd leave thinking I just saw the most empowering, progressive film of the summer. But—I swear on Ginuwine's "Pony"—that's exactly what XXL is. It's the kind of film we've been taught that studios are loath to take a chance on. Every single one of its 121 minutes seems to have been designed not just to satisfy women's eyes but to stoke our egos and mine our more intelligent fantasies—the romantic ones and the feminist ones. If you've seen the film, you know the moments I'm talking about: There's Joe Manganiello, the closest thing humans have to anatomical perfection, working overtime in the convenience store to get a smile from exactly one normal-looking woman. There's


31 Things That Could Not Keep Us From Seeing Magic Mike XXL in Theaters

Magic Mike was a surprisingly introspective look at the life of male strippers in Florida that featured some unforgettable performances (lest we forget those American flag undies on Matthew McConaughey's booty!). But it also had a dull "romantic" subplot that took away from what audiences really wanted: red-hot male stripping. Luckily, Magic Mike XXL has lost the conflict about stripping morals and is now all about that bass. And by bass, I mean Joe Manganiello's luscious upper thighs. Nothing can keep me from seeing Magic Mike XXL in theaters. Not even... 1. A lightning storm! 2. Wild horses 3. Trolls in the dungeon 4. Middling reviews 5. My date from last week finally texting. Sorry, dude, you've been replaced by Matt Bomer. 6. A city-wide power outage 7. An alien invasion 8. A sexy alien invasion 9. A new three-hour episode of The Bachelorette 10. A dinosaur attack 11. Dinner with Ina Garten at her Hamptons home—with Jeffrey! 12. Hot lava 13. Cold lava 14. Scary clowns working the box office 15. My brother's wedding. Sorry, Patrick! You should have re-scheduled! 16. Front row tickets to Taylor Swift in concert with special guest Meryl Streep 17. Locusts 18. Raining frogs


Joe Manganiello Gave Sofia Vergara the Sweetest Gift for Their Anniversary

We already knew Joe Manganiello was off-the-charts sexy (hello, eight-pack abs!)—but it turns out, he's also got a tremendous soft side. Just in case you needed yet another reason to be envious of his fianc&eacutee Sofia Vergara, read on to hear about the super-thoughtful gift Manganiello got her for their recent one-year anniversary. "I made her a book for our one-year anniversary that was a book about our first date," the Magic Mike XXL star told People. "So it was all these pictures and texts, pictures of texts back and forth with each other and then a bunch of pictures and places that we went on our first date. So I made a book out of it. It was a project, but it made it so worth it when I saw her reaction." Could you just die? Hearing this story makes him seem even hotter, don't you agree?


Kids Rewrote Magic Mike for Jimmy Fallon and Channing Tatum—and It's Freaking Adorable

Kids and late-night skits go together like male strippers and six-pack abs—but when you combine all four, the results are almost too good to handle. That's what happened last night on the Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, when Fallon and Channing Tatum performed Magic Mike scenes written by elementary-school students. It's as hysterical, adorable, and inadvertently inappropriate as you'd imagine—take a look. The real Magic Mike XXL hits theaters on July 1, but I think some of these kids are onto something—Magic Mike being an alien would kind of explain how he keeps those abs and still eats peanut butter-and-jelly-and-Cheeto sandwiches. Will you see Magic Mike XXL?


Brace Yourselves: The First Full-Length Magic Mike XXL Trailer Is Here

If a 17-second teaser and a movie poster for Magic Mike XXL are enough to make us start pinning up Channing Tatum pics on our wall middle-school style and singing "Pony" on the regular, what will happen after viewing the full-length trailer? Have we even dared dream that this day would come? Well, my friends, it's here—and the two-minute-11-second-long video has everything you'd ever want: dirty puns (seriously, the hashtag is #comeagain), shirtless men, and hot-as-hell dance moves. Plus, we learn the basic plot outline of the movie (stripper convention, natch), get a first glimpse of Donald Glover, and see Jada Pinkett Smith in what we assume is the Matthew McConaughey role a.k.a. the strip-club master of ceremonies. "Are you ready to be worshipped?" Jada asks in the trailer. Yes, yes, we are. Watch it all here: The movie hits theaters July 1.


See the Sexy (Obviously) New Teaser and Poster for Magic Mike XXL

And a good morning it is indeed. If you need a quick break from perusing all the drop-dead red carpet ensembles and stunning beauty looks from the Met Gala last night, here's a 17-second one—but it's 17 seconds full of abs and Channing Tatum. Magic Mike XXL dropped a flip-book-esque new teaser on us, and though it may be brief, it is certainly not lacking in the sexy department. Take a look: We have an XXL surprise for you this #Humpday- the full #MagicMikeXXL trailer! Enjoy this little treat from the boyshttps://t. co/6efY3pIz7y— Magic Mike (@magicmikemovie) May 4, 2015 The film also released a new poster yesterday, and in honor of May 4, it gave a Star Wars twist to our favorite male strippers. They've got all the force you need. #MagicMikeXXL #MayThe4thBeWithYou— Magic Mike (@magicmikemovie) May 4, 2015 Magic Mike XXL hits theaters July 1.


You're Welcome: Come See Joe Manganiello's Super-Sexy Magic Mike XXL Poster

Our jealousy of Sofia Vergara just increased tenfold: The actress's hunky fiance, Joe Manganiello, took to Twitter to reveal the latest poster for Magic Mike XXL. Not surprisingly, it's sexy to the max. Without further ado... Bigger is better... #BDR #MagicMikeXXL— Joe Manganiello (@JoeManganiello) April 27, 2015 Yowza. The actor and his abdominals are returning to play Big Dick Richie in the sequel, which follows Manganiello, Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Kevin Nash, and Adam Rodriguez as they head to South Carolina for a stripping convention (obviously). By the looks of Manganiello's larger-than-life poster and this steamy trailer, the sequel might have us blushing more than the original—a feat I didn't think possible back in 2012. Magic Mike XXL hits theaters on July 1, but until then, who wants to join me in a game of "count the abs on Manganiello"?


The Magic Mike XXL Trailer Is Here!

If you thought Channing Tatum's first poster for Magic Mike XXL was hot—well, folks, there's much more where that came from, thanks to this just-released teaser trailer. Tatum dropped by The Ellen Show this morning to deliver the first preview, and as expected, it's 90 seconds of shirtless bliss. You're welcome: If there is one thing I just cannot get enough of, it's Channing Tatum's dance moves. And all.the.abs. And Ginuwine's "Pony." OK, OK, so three things! But all that said, I feel equal parts attraction and awkwardness at the first peek (as I did during the first movie)—anyone else? What do you think of the trailer?


Get Your First Look at the Magic Mike XXL Poster (Spoiler: It's Hot)

There's a reason we put the much-anticipated Magic Mike sequel, Magic Mike XXL, on our must-see movies of 2015: abs. And Channing Tatum, knowing how important this is, was kind enough to reveal a first look at the poster. Check it out: Look, but you can't touch...until tomorrow. Tune in to @theellenshow! #MagicMikeXXL— Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) February 3, 2015 Nice caption, Channing. He's going on The Ellen Show tomorrow to discuss the film—so stay tuned for more details. Who's excited?

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Magic Mike’s Last Dance: 7 Quick Things We Know About The Channing Tatum Movie

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It has been 10 years since Steven Soderbergh and Channing Tatum introduced the world to Magic Mike, an engaging dramedy that took a deep dive into the world of professional male strippers and the dancers who work a flashy Tampa club. A sequel to the surprise box office hit, Magic Mike XXL, followed in 2015, and continued the story of Tatum’s Michael “Magic Mike” Lane as he got back into the world he left behind. For a while there, it seemed as if the franchise would remain a one-two punch.

But, that will soon change when a third movie, titled Magic Mike’s Last Dance, hits the big screen and takes the series to the next level with an all-out festival of male stripping and the comedy and drama in that world. If you are just now hearing about the movie, don’t worry, because we’re about to break down everything we know about it!

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Magic Mike’s Last Dance Will Be Released Theatrically February 10, 2023

At one point in the film’s development, Magic Mike’s Last Dance was going to be released as an HBO Max exclusive instead of theatrically, but that all changed in September 2022, when Warner Bros. Discovery announced that the upcoming threequel will be heading to the big screen on February 10, 2023, a. k.a. Super Bowl weekend, according to Deadline.

But, those with an HBO Max subscription will most likely see the title land on the platform at some point in future, as Warner Bros. releases typically land there before anywhere else upon their streaming debut.

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Channing Tatum And Salma Hayek Are The First Two Additions To The Magic Mike’s Last Dance Cast

The first two Magic Mike movies saw an assortment of male strippers played by the likes of Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez, Alex Pettyfer, and others in addition to Channing Tatum’s titular character. Though some of those actors could return for Magic Mike’s Last Dance, as of right now, Tatum is the only member of the original cast who’s signed on to appear in the 2023 movie.

Joining Tatum in the film is Salma Hayek, who will make her debut in the franchise in as a character whose identity has yet to be revealed. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Eternals star is taking over for Thandiwe Newton in the undisclosed role. Tatum even shared a first look image of Hayek’s character touching his abs in an October 2022 Instagram post, along with the caption “All good things begin in Miami.”

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Magic Mike’s Last Dance Has Been Described As ‘A Variation On All That Jazz’

Specifics about the movie's plot are being kept under wraps, but Steven Soderbergh described it as “a variation on All That Jazz,” Bob Fosse’s 1979 musical drama starring Roy Scheider as theater director and choreographer Joe Gideon, as he attempts to get a Broadway show off the ground.

In a September 2022 interview with Variety, where the All That Jazz comparisons came up, Soderbergh explained that the movie is a “sort of fictionalized procedural” that focuses on Mike coming up with an idea before dealing with all the obstacles that come with producing an over-the-top strip show.

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Steven Soderbergh Is Back In The Director’s Chair After Skipping Magic Mike XXL

Soderbergh retired from film directing following the 2012 release of Magic Mike, but that didn’t last long as he went on to helm Side Effects and Behind the Candelabra the following year. Despite this, the Academy Award winner did not return for Magic Mike XXL, which was instead directed by Gregory Jacobs. But now, the filmmaker is back in the driver’s seat with Magic Mike’s Last Dance. When speaking with Thrillist in February 2022, Soderbergh revealed that it was his decision to come back to the franchise after not directing the second installment in 2015.

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Magic Mike’s Last Dance Was Penned By Franchise Screenwriter Reid Carolin

Also returning for the upcoming movie is screenwriter Reid Carolin, who wrote the first two installments in the franchise, according to Deadline. Caroline has worked with Channing Tatum several times over the years, including as a producer on Logan Lucky and America: The Motion Picture. The two also co-directed the 2022 drama, Dog, which featured Tatum in a starring role and Carolin as screenwriter. 

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Steven Soderbergh Decided To Make The Threquel After Seeing The Magic Mike Live Show

Back in November 2021, when it was revealed that Tatum and Soderbergh would be returning for Magic Mike’s Last Dance (still titled Magic Mike 3 at the time), EW shared a statement from the director in which re revealed the reason he decided to come back and direct the next installment. Basically, it was because of Tatum’s live Magic Mike show:

As soon as I saw what Channing [Tatum], Reid [Carolin], and the Magic Mike choreographic team did with the live show, I said we have to make another movie. Mike Lane's dream of connecting people through dance must be realized!

The show, which started in Las Vegas, has gone international with performances in London, Berlin, and other locations, in addition to a North American tour. How the live show will impact the upcoming movie remains to be seen.

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Channing Tatum Has Teased Magic Mike’s Last Dance As The ‘Super Bowl Of Stripping’

This film will be released in early February 2023, which is rather ironic, because Channing Tatum has teased the upcoming movie as the “Super Bowl of stripping.” When speaking with People in February 2022, he made the threequel sound like an even more over-the-top version of the earlier films, stating:

I want it to be the Super Bowl of stripping. I want dancing like we've never been able to do in the other two movies, because we had to be honest to what the reality of that world is, which isn't great dancing.

Tatum would go on to explain that he wants to “create a new genre of this form” when talking about stripping in the movie, and that he wants to show professional dancers from all over, even from the world of ballet.

There are still a few months before Magic Mike’s Last Dance takes to the big screen in February 2023, but in the meantime, now’s a good time to check out the remaining 2022 releases on the movie schedule.

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Salma Hayek dancing with Channing Tatum at his 42nd birthday party

Channing Tatum had a little salsa with his birthday cake. The Magic Mike actor celebrated his 42nd birthday by dancing with his co-star Salma Hayek, and it made them both laugh with joy.

In another instance of what could be called "Hollywood Madness", Salma Hayek danced salsa with Channing Tatum to Stevie Wonder's "Happy Birthday". Channing turned 42 on Tuesday (April 26) and Salma, 55, took the moment to celebrate by dancing with her Magic Mike's Last Dance co-star. Contrary to Stevie Wonder's "Happy Birthday", Channing did his best to follow Salma's instructions.

“Do it again,” she tells him in a video she posted on her Instagram. Channing complies, and the two of them trample the furious carpet before their dance turns into laughter and love.

“Happy birthday Channing!!!! It's so nice to be around you," Salma captioned the video, adding a range of emoji, including a balloon, a dancer in a red dress, and a pair of prayer hands. Feliz Cumpleanos @channingtatum.

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"Can't wait to see this movie already," wrote producer Heather I mean the movie "Magic Mike's Last Dance". Salma replaced Tandyve Newton with in April after Tandy "made the difficult decision to pull out of Warner Bros. production of Magic Mike's Last Dance." Pictures to take care of the family business," a studio spokesperson told Variety.

Tandy, 49, revealed that there is no feud between her and Salma on Monday (April 25) by praising her role in the 2017 film Beatrice at Dinner.

“There is no better performance for me, no better movie, about the real questions we should be asking,” Tandy wrote in her Instagram story, sharing the poster for the movie Beatrice at Dinner.

“I love you,” she added in a message to Salma.

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Channing and Reed Carolyn , The writers of the first two Magic Mike films told Variety in February that the female lead was critical to the sequel's story. "It's really about a woman getting stuck in a terrible strip show like Chippendale and then realizing, 'What the hell am I doing here?'" Carolyn said. “And then Magic Mike comes down from the ceiling. She goes down the rabbit hole and asks, "What do I really want?"

Tatum added that the character is "really strong, almost stronger than Mike... we've never done a traditional love story, and it's not a traditional love story."

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Channing Tatum's abs can't be missed in the Magic Mike 3 trailer, which was released on November 15th. What do we know about Magic Mike's Last Dance?

Channing Tatum's work as "Magic" Mike Lane is not finished yet! Magic Mike 3, officially titled Magic Mike's Last Dance, is the upcoming sequel to a series of films in which the 42-year-old Channing plays a sexy stripper. Ahead of the film's February 10 release, Warner Bros. released the trailer on November 15th. It shows Mike returning to striptease after a long hiatus and working with a wealthy socialite. There's no shortage of Channing Tatum press in the trailer!

Fans are excited about the third Magic Mike movie, which comes out ten years after the first Magic Mike. A sequel, Magic Mike XXL, was released in 2015. Obviously, Channing is returning (with his hot abs!) as the main character. In the first photo from Magic Mike's Last Dance, Salma Hayek closes her eyes and feels Channing's abs.

"All good things start in Miami," Channing wrote on Instagram when he shared the photo.

Magic Mike 3 confirmed

The third Magic Mike movie was officially announced on November 29, 2021. Channing shared a photo of the first page of the script, which confirmed the return of director Steven Soderbergh and writer Reid Carolyn . Steven directed the first film and Gregory Jacobs directed the second film. Reid wrote both films.

"Well the world looks like Mike Lane is back," Channing wrote in his post.

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In the first Magic Mike movie, Channing played an experienced stripper who teaches his protégé, Adam "The Kid." The film stars Alex Pettyfer as Adam, Olivia Munn as Joanna, Mike's temporary lover, Cody Horne as Brooke, Mike's love interest, Matthew McConaughey as Dallas, Mike's boss, and Matt Bomer as Ken. Magic Mike 2 follows Mike returning to the world of striptease as he and a friend drive to Myrtle Beach for a striptease convention. Channing and Matt are back for the sequel with Rookies Joe Manganiello , Kevin Nash , Adam Rodriguez, Gabriel Inglesias, Jada Pinkett Smith, Amber Heard , and Andie MacDowell . The first two films grossed $285.6 million worldwide.

Magic Mike 3 Release Date

Magic Mike's Last Dance will hit theaters on February 10, 2023. It's Super Bowl weekend and Valentine's Day weekend. The film was originally supposed to be released only on HBO Max, but then Warner Bros. decided to release it in theaters. According to Deadline, the film will stream on HBO Max sometime after it hit theaters.

Magic Mike 3 Cast

Channing Tatum returns as Mike Lane in Magic Mike 3. In an interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Channing revealed that he almost gave up on the film because of the intense preparation he had to get in shape.

“It's hard to look like that. Even if you train, it is not natural to be in such shape,” he said in February 2022. “It's not even great. You must starve yourself. I don't think it's really great when you're so skinny," he added. Channing revealed that he worked out twice a day and ate very healthy food to prepare for the filming of Magic Mike 3.

Channing has confirmed that this will be the last time he will play Magic Mike on the big screen.

"I want it to be the Super Bowl of striptease," he told PEOPLE magazine in February about the third film.

"I want to dance in a way that we could never dance in the other two films because we had to be honest with the reality of this world, and these are not great dances."

Salma Hayek is the main character in the film Magic Mike's Last Dance. She plays a wealthy socialite named Maxandra Mendoza.

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“This is the most powerful love story, the most powerful female character from beginning to end,” Salma told People about her role.

"How lucky am I?" She also announced that Channing's epic lap dance would be featured in the film.

“If you thought he could dance earlier, you'll realize you didn't see anything,” Salma explained in an interview on August 4th. "His dancing skills - he's gotten better."

Channing was originally supposed to be Thandie Newton's co-star. She left the project "to resolve family issues," a Warner Bros. spokesperson said. to Variety in April 2022. While nothing has been confirmed, there have been rumors that Tandy and her husband Ol Parker have broken up, which could be the reason she left the film.

What will Magic Mike 3 be about?

A complete picture of Magic Mike 3 can be summed up based on the trailer, which was released on November 15th. It shows Mike heading to London to resume his career as a stripper. Wealthy socialite Maxandra Mendoza helps Mike launch his career. And as expected, they start to fall in love with each other!

“You came and gave me this magical moment that made me remember who I really am,” says Maxandra Maicu. Donna Summer's song "The Last Dance" sounds decent in the trailer.

The official plot description for Magic Mike's Last Dance reads: "Mike Lane is back on the scene after a long hiatus after a business deal went bust that saw him go broke and start bartending in Florida.

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