A new magical Mike The film will be the focus of HBO Max.
Channing Tatum will return for the franchise’s third film, entitled Magic Mike’s Last Dance, with Steven Soderbergh returning to the director’s chair. (Soderbergh did not direct the sequel in 2015 Magic Mike XXL.) Reid Carolin, who was behind the scripts of the first two magical Mike movies, returns to write.
Magic Mike 3 will premiere exclusively on HBO Max and will see Tatum return as male stripper Mike Lane, a character who loosely relied on Tatum’s experiences as a stripper in Florida. The details of the plot are not yet known last Dance but the film is expected to complete the magical Mike history.
Tatum confirmed the news on Twitter, writing: “Well people, it looks like Mike Lane is coming back.”
– Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) November 29, 2021
Gregory Jacobs will co-produce HBO Max with Carolin, Nick Wechsler and Peter Kiernan.
The first magical Mike The film grossed $ 167 million at the box office, with the combined gross gross of both films being nearly $ 300 million. The franchise also created a lucrative show, Magic Mike Live, which has appeared in Las Vegas, London, Berlin and Australia.
Tatum recently made his directorial debut with MGM Dog, who co-starred with Carolin, and will be seen starring opposite Sandra Bullock in Paramount action comedy The lost city of D.. Tatum is represented by CAA and Hansen Jacobson.
Soderburgh, who has a first deal with HBO Max, was last behind the camera No sudden movement and Let everyone talk, both premiered on streamer. He is represented by Sugar 23 and Lichter Grossman.
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