‘Magic Mike XXL’ Nearly Had Another Name

15 Jun 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Channing Tatum Brings His Magic Mike XXL Moves To LA’s Gay Pride.

If you’re anything like us, then you’re probably counting down the days until you get to see Channing Tatum and co. whipping off their clothes in the Magic Mike sequel, Magic Mike XXL. But Channing, Matt Bomer and the film’s newcomer Adam Rodriguez clearly wanted to give LA’s Pride a little glimpse as to what to expect come July 4… Cue the sexy music.

Cruising through the Pride parade on their very own (and well branded) float, Channing added some rainbow accessories to his typical ‘cargo shorts and tee’ look and wasn’t shy in showing the crowd his impressive moves. Yesterday, Los Angeles held their Pride events, and because it is L.A., and because he had a movie to promote, Channing Tatum, hunk of the nation, rode a float in the parade, dancing for the delight of all. Joined by Matt and Adam, Channing looked like he was having the time of his life, popping and locking and tensing his glorious abs to the tune of Ginuwine. He dusted off a track from 2012’s blockbuster original, and broke it down to Ginuwine’s 1996 jam “Pony.” Tatum’s costar Bomer, who came out as gay in 2012, jammed along with his pal as the float went by. And as if this wasn’t enough for everyone blessed enough to witness these dance moves up close, apparently the cast were also giving out tickets to the new film – which was probably completely unnecessary considering all the reasons they just gave them to go out and pay to see it.

Celebrated #LAPRIDE45 today with the #MagicMikeXXL crew.” The father to 2-year-old daughter Everly with wife of 5 years Jenna Dewan-Tatum, took on two new roles — producer and screenwriter — with the upcoming steamy sequel, after leading the first movie alongside Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello, and Alex Pettyfer. “It’s an odyssey, we like to call it,” he told Entertainment Tonight of the project, which famously follows the stripper with a heart of gold. “It’s like The Iliad. Directed by Steven Soderbergh, the surprise hit brought in $167.2 million worldwide on a slim $7 million budget, and quickly became a cult classic amongst viewers.

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