"Magic Mike" has finally been premiered during the closing night of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival. Taking place at the Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on Sunday night, June 24, the special screening event was supported by the film's famous hunky actors, including Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey who brought along their wives.
Tatum looked sleek in a gray suit that he paired with a matching checkered shirt. He arrived together with his dancer wife Jenna Dewan, who showed off her legs in a tight sequined dress that she paired with sandal heels. She finished off her glamorous look by arranging her long brown hair into a tidy ponytail.
On the other hand, McConaughey oozed masculinity in a three-piece black suit complete with a bowtie. His wife Camila Alves, meanwhile, looked elegant in a dark blue long-sleeved mini dress. The newlyweds were inseparable from each other as they made their red carpet debut as a married couple at the event.
Other cast members spotted on the red carpet were Alex Pettyfer and Joe Manganiello who looked dapper in a dark blue suit and a gray tux respectively. Meanwhile,Cody Horn kept it simple in a black blazer that she paired with a bustier, and Olivia Munn glammed up in a black long dress.
Among the celebrity guests attending the special screening occasion was Cheryl Burke who brought color to the red carpet with her neon pink tube dress with a golden belt detail. She completed her sexy look with long golden earrings and a pair of nude-colored pumps. Sophia Bush was also spotted on the red carpet, rocking a slit-to-the-thigh patterned skirt that she paired with a black blazer and an orange clutch bag.
"Magic Mike" follows Tatum's Mike Matingano, who takes a young dancer named the Kid as his protege. Mike teaches the newbie some fine arts of partying, picking up ladies and making easy money. Starring as the Kid is Pettyfer, while McConaughey plays the owner of a club where Mike and the Kid work as male strippers.
The Steven Soderbergh-directed adult comedy movie will open in the United States on June 29.