Channing Tatum has blessed the movie industry with hits like 21 Jump Street, Step Up and many others. However, the best Tatum experience is obviously Magic Mike. Just like the fans of the movie, Channing Tatum is very excited for Magic Mike 3.

There’s a new greatest movie trilogy of all-time. Magic Mike’s Last Dance is the third film in the Magic Mike franchise and by far the most anticipated one. The journey that began with Matthew McConaughey serenading the ladies of Tampa and continued with Joe Manganiello declaring Pepsi the winner in the Cola Wars with his iconic dance moves.

What’s so magical about Magic Mike movie you ask? Well just a handful of really buff dudes taking their shirt off and dancing… provocatively. Channing Tatum hasn’t spilled a lot about the details of the new flick but he did give out some hints.

“It’s going to be set in London,” the Dog star told host Graham Norton on this week’s episode of The Graham Norton Show. “I don’t really know what to say, other than I wasn’t really planning on doing a third one, and then we went and made these live shows.” The movie is sadly called Magic Mike’s Last Dance hinting that it is going to be the last installment. But we might get a few live shows, hopefully.

Channing Tatum also discussed the goals behind making the movie. “The first goal was, I want to make the Super Bowl of stripper movies. I wanted to just leave it all out there, like I want to have ballet stripping. I want to do it all, so there doesn’t ever need to be another stripper movie ever again. And second, I wanted a really strong, equal female role.” We’re quite certain Channing Tatum is capable of achieving the goals he listed and making us all proud.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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