“Magic Mike” It is a Tatum-inspired story about young men whose only way to make a lot of money in times of crisis is to undress in front of a female audience. The film showed the transformation of the poor boy, who was taken by Magic Mike under his wing, into the king of male striptease. The film stars Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer, and Joe Manganiello. Some of them returned in the sequel, which, however, was made without Soderbergh’s participation in directing.
The film grossed over $167 million in theaters (and about $300 million with the sequel). Following this success was the theatrical show “Magic Mike Live” with shows in Las Vegas, London, Berlin and Australia. Along with the program “The Real Magic Mike” announced this year, in which 10 men “who have lost their magic” will compete for the honorable title of True Magic Mike, as well as a cash prize and the opportunity to appear in the theatrical version of the show in Las Vegas. Tatum and Soderbergh will be executive producers.
The director is currently working with HBO Max on projects like “KIMI” with Zoë Kravitz and “No Sudden Move,” which will feature stars like Benicio Del Toro, David Harbor, Amy Seimetz, Jon Hamm and Ray Liotta. Last December, the comedy drama “Let Them Talk” starring Meryl Streep appeared on the platform.
We will soon see Tatuma in two projects. One of them is “Doug”, co-directed by Caroline Reed, and the other is “The Lost City” with Sandra Bullock in the main role.
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