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The leading man of the male stripper movie will produce the musical version alongside the film's director Steven Soderbergh.
Tatum reportedly tells a German site that he might replace Steven Soderbergh, who is taking a hiatus from filmmaking, to helm the sequel to the hit male stripper movie.
'Ted' grosses $54.4 million as 'Magic Mike' earns $39.1 million, making them the first ever in history that two R-rated films open to more than $20 million on the same weekend.
Producer Reid Carolin reveals that she's working to adapt the adult comedy movie into the Broadway stage, but with a different story.
Defending himself from his former co-workers' accusation that he stole their stories for the film, the 'Dear John' star says, 'Those guys have been trying to make money off of me.'
While Tatum arrives together with his dancer wife Jenna Dewan, McConaughey makes his red carpet debut as a married couple with Camila Alves during the closing night of Los Angeles Film Festival 2012.
Being forced to perform on stage by Channing Tatum, first-time stripper Alex Pettyfer has no idea what to do so he just awkwardly takes off his jacket and shoes in front of screaming ladies.
After being introduced as 'Mr. Magic Mike' by Matthew McConaughey, Tatum busts some elaborate dance moves while slowly stripping off his clothes in front of screaming ladies.
Admitting that she doesn't feel embarrassed by her husband's racy scenes in the male stripper film, Dewan says that she 'knew what was coming, but I think the movie is amazing.'
Alex Pettyfer and Matthew McConaughey are also seen stripping off and showing some provocative dance moves in front of hysterical ladies.
Alex Pettyfer and Matthew McConaughey also look daring in their skimpy outfits as they strip on a stage in front of hysterical ladies.
Insisting that the stripper film's not based on his past experience, Tatum claims, '[The plot] has nothing to do with me other than that there's an 18, 19-year-old kid coming into this world.'