Hunk actor Channing Tatum revealed that he will be bringing “Magic Mike” in Las Vegas, hinting that it may also have its live version for the women audience.
The 36-year-old actor said that Magic Mike will stage its live show in Las Vegas in March 2017, following the franchise’s success in its two films.
“We want to create a place for women that is their gentlemen’s club, their Playboy club,” he said in a video announcement posted in “Magic Mike” Facebook page. “It shouldn’t be sleazy. [You shouldn’t feel] nervous to go there because you feel unsafe; we want to create the polar opposite of that.”
The “21 Jump Street” actor added that though he will the one to direct Magic Mike Live, he cleared that the viewers will not see him strip off in Hard Rock, Las Vegas, Flavor Wire said in a report.
“If I’m ever in shape enough to do that again, I’ll absolutely go out and have a fun night or two,” he said.
The “Magic Mike Live” has already launched its official website, as the production is sourcing out data from women audience on their suggestions for the coming live show.
“Magic Mike” is Channing Tatum’s popular franchise, whose story was based on his real-life tale on starting out his career as a male exotic dancer as he also collaborated with Steven Soderbergh.
It was followed by a second installment entitled “Magic Mike XXL,” where he also helped in choreographing the dances.
The franchise has also bagged a whopping $300m in box office, News Talk report said.