Is stripper turned actor Channing Tatum heading to Broadway? Well the Magic Mike has spoken out and the answer is yes.
Channing Tatum To create stripper Musical for Broadway
THERE IS A GOD!
For all of you who have watched Tatum’s film Magic Mike you will have most probably forgotten the story line, the soundtrack and possibly the other stars who were in it, focusing on the moves that Channing was pulling as a male stripper. Am I right? Yep, thought so.
If you, like some of us in the office, were fooled into thinking that male strippers were all like the ones in the film, only to be sorely disappointed by who turned up at the office party… then maybe your prayers have been answered; Magic Mike is heading to Broadway and Tatum is going along for the ride.
Channing Tatum wearing Dolce&Gabbana
But this is where the news loses its magic… he won’t actually be starring in it. Boring. He is going to be involved with its adaptation and the production of the show, making sure that the all-important thrusts are done at the right time, with the perfect amount of strength. Something that the star perfected long time ago.
But don’t despair, readers. If you are gagging to see him playing the hunky Mike again, you won’t have to wait too long as there is a sequel in the pipe line and Channing Tatum has promised it (a.k.a. his body) will be bigger and better than before. Maybe that’s something worth waiting for?
If you can’t wait for the musical or the sequel, you can catch the guy on the silver screen in the reboot of ‘G.I. JOE: Retaliation’ and ‘White House Down’ both of which are going to be big, noisy action films. G.I. JOE features some of action film history’s greatest; Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson. Check out the no brainer trailer below:
Or if you want to see Tatum take on a more serious role, he is currently promoting his new film ‘Side Effects’ that also stars Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
You prefer him as a stripper, right?
We thought so.
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