Magic Mike will return to the filthy franchise’s third movie, Hollywood superstar Channing Tatum said.
The 41-year-old replays his role as My Crane in a movie called Magic Mike’s Last Dance.
Magic Mike was released in 2012 and was loosely based on Tatum’s own experience as a stripper. 2015 sequel hit screen.
The gritty, but sultry film features muscular men performing provocative dance routines to (mostly) female audiences and is known for its exciting stage show adaptations around the world.
Tatum posted a photo of the cover of the script on Twitter. This shows that Reid Carolin is back as a writer and is again directed by Steven Soderbergh.
The first movie is after 19-year-old Adam (Alex Pettyfer) was introduced to the world of male stripping by experienced Mike (Tatum).
The sequel Magic Mike XXL sees the group go on a road trip to visit a convention in Florida.
Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer and Adam Rodriguez have also appeared in internationally renowned films, but the cast of the new film has not yet been announced.
Tatum performed a live show in Las Vegas in 2017, with versions created in Germany, Australia and London.
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