Channing Tatum's Bringing Magic Mike Live To Las Vegas

Reliving the film in the flesh.

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Have you ever wanted to see Magic Mike in the flesh? If you visit Las Vegas you'll be able to do just that, with Channing Tatum's stage version of the hit film set to hit the Strip in March 2017.

Based on Tatum's own life experiences, Magic Mike and sequel Magic Mike XXL earned Warner Bros. $289 million, making it the most successful cinematic outing for male strippers since 1997's The Full Monty. While a second sequel isn't likely to happen any time soon (Tatum has called for fans to contribute screenplays since he's "pretty dry now on all my actual real life experiences.€) Magic Mike Live should satiate fans of the series.

Speaking of the live show - which Tatum is directing himself - the actor said, "We want to create a place for women that is their gentlemen€™s club, their Playboy club,€ and while he currently has no plans to appear in the show himself he hasn't ruled out the possibility. €œIf I€™m ever in shape enough to do that again, I€™ll absolutely go out and have a fun night or two.€


Tatum has uploaded a video on his YouTube channel calling for fans to get in touch with their requests for the show, including an amusing montage of himself and other performers caressing and petting a variety of toy dog breeds:


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