Channing Tatum confirms Magic Mike 2

Yes! The rumors are true! The plan for another Magic Mike installment has been confirmed by “Magic Mike” himself, Channing Tatum. Although a concept for the film has not yet been decided, co-star Joe Manganiello says they are considering “the possibility of doing the prequel.” This would make sense because as Manganiello went on to explain, “If you do the sequel, then you lose Mike [Tatum’s character]. Otherwise, what’s Mike going to do? He’s going to come back for one big heist…so, you would do the prequel—how they got there.” This sounds like an amazing idea because although Magic Mike was great for people wanting to watch a group of attractive men take their clothes off, there wasn’t much of a plot regarding any of the dancers other than Mike, played by Channing, and Adam, played by Alex Pettyfer. Not that anyone really minded! This next movie, whether it be a prequel or a sequel should not disappoint, giving these actors a chance to show what they can do on, and off the stage. ~Morgan Bates

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  1. Yvonne • July 13, 2012 @ 1:44 PM

    just take off everything!! this time in 3D please!!

  2. bill • July 13, 2012 @ 5:25 PM

    this is what is wrong with socity. Yvonne you are shallow

  3. Pearlily • July 14, 2012 @ 5:23 PM

    OMG! Why pay $13+ for a movie ticket plus $10+ on drinks/snacks at a movie theatre to see this when you can go to the bar for Ladies Night for A LOT cheaper?

  4. Lloyd • July 15, 2012 @ 1:51 AM

    Movies like this really do speak to the sad state of society. Women, and in the most general use of the term, feminists, feel that men objectify women so in the interest of “equality” they need to do the same. Let’s all just keep lowering our standards to the lowest they can possibly be so that everyone is equal.

    I don’t condone men sexually objectifying women, but regardless I like a lady who is secure enough in herself to not care and still be classy regardless of how depraved the people (mostly men) who surround her are.

  5. Snepts • July 15, 2012 @ 4:26 AM

    Think BIG — make it a trilogy, or better yet, an ongoing franchise! Look how many STEP UP movies there have been, with no end in sight!!!

  6. Deb • July 16, 2012 @ 8:25 AM

    Men just don’t like the idea of equality. That’s what I’m seeing and hearing in regards to this movie. It’s not about the stripping. There’s no frontal nudity. If it was about women, there would be total nudity. Women don’t care about watching nudity, we want to be entertained. This is a story about strippers, there’s no actual real stripping and there’s a love story. If you haven’t seen it and you’re just Oh, stripping, that’s awful, then don’t comment.

  7. Jermaine • July 16, 2012 @ 8:55 PM

    Completely agree with Lloyd.

    And Deb, your points are so flawed. For one, women’s “equality” got them the right to go topless just like men. If a movie shows that, then it’s very much upholding “equality”. You don’t see female genitalia in movies just as there was no male genitalia in Magic Mike.

    And I’m sure the majority of women who went to see the movie were really intrigued by the premise of the film rather than the allure of male erotic dancers. Your comment has been the only comment I’ve seen by ANY woman regarding a love story at all, and I’ve read a lot of comment sections on movie websites about this topic. If you haven’t seen what the majority of women are saying about the movie, then don’t comment.

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