It’s been seven years since the last time Magic Mike movie. (Seven years feels like about 100 years to me, how about you?) But now star Channing Tatum and director Steven Soderbergh return with what they call Magic Mike’s Last Dance. I guess those rock hard abs won’t last forever.
The film was first announced as an HBO Max exclusive original, but it will now premiere in theaters next Valentine’s Day. While most of the large Magic Mike supporting cast isn’t in for this second sequel, at least we get to add Salma Hayek, plays Mike’s (Tatum) artistic collaborator on a brand new project in London. The trailer gives you a pretty good look at, uh, the goods. See it below:
In addition to Soderbergh, who directed the original Magic Mike and shot and edited Magic Mike XXL, Last Dance also features a script from Reid Carolin, who has written all three films in the franchise to date. Here is Magic Mike’s Last Danceofficial synopsis:
“Magic” Mike Lane (Tatum) returns to the scene after a long hiatus, after a business deal fell through, leaving him broke and bartending gigs in Florida. For what he hopes will be one last hurray, Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite (Hayek Pinault), who entices him with an offer he can’t refuse…and an agenda of his own. With everything on the line, when Mike discovers what’s really on her mind, will he – and the roster of hot new dancers he’ll have to whip into shape – be able to pull it off?
Magic Mike’s Last Dance is scheduled for an exclusive theatrical release on February 10, 2023.
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