Channing Tatum Brings Us Joy, Announces "Magic Mike Live" In Vegas. Also, Puppies!
Get your dollar bills ready, hunties: Magic Mike is headed to Las Vegas.
That's right—Channing Tatum, star of the original movie and its sequel, will be directing a live male revue in Sin City, according to an announcement video on his Facebook page.
Strolling around his house—where hot, shirtless guys perform household chores—Tatum explains how he hatched this ingenious plan.
"What if women were given the option that men have had for centuries?" he asks the camera. "That's when my brain morphed into Kevin Costner from Field of Dreams and said, 'If you build it, they will come, spelled c-u-m.'"
So much for staying classy.
"Magic Mike Live" will debut at the Hard Rock Cafe next March, with a real-life version of the film's "Club Domina" offering three bars, an interactive stage and seating for 450 guests.
"God knows we have enough gentlemen's clubs in the world, so let's start the first gentle-ladies' club," declares Tatum. "Or maybe not so gentle, depends on what you're into," he said.
We hope gentlemen of the gay persuasion are invited, as well, Channing.
For those of you hoping to see Magic Mike himself, you might be in luck: While Tatum told Cosmopolitan he wouldn't perform in the actual show, he did say he would visit.
"I'd absolutely go out and have fun night or two."
h/t: Huffington Post