Uplifting news: Magic Mike Live — the stage indicate in light of the two mainstream movies following a gathering of fellows stripping their approach to Floridian notoriety — has broadened its Las Vegas run.
Better news: Channing Tatum, the star (and motivation) of the first story and co-chief of the Vegas live adjustment, is thoroughly limit about how this creation is more than hot, bare men who can get things done with their hips that resist the laws of material science. It’s tied in with valuing the fine physical make-up of these examples to a limited extent, beyond any doubt — however the ladies who come to see them are much more imperative than G-strings and body rolls.
“We just kind of did something that we thought was important, which was actually make it for women, and not for women to come and worship men,” Tatum recently told People following the extension of Magic Mike Live. “To actually worship the women that are coming to the show and do something for them instead of just being like, it’s all about the dudes up there.”
Tatum went on to say that Magic Mike Live “can be the right kind of dirty,” and that the conversation it starts about sex is important because it stresses a connection above all else. “I want to just try to be like, ‘Okay, men and women, let’s talk,” he said. “Let’s actually have a conversation about sex — about just humor, about really talking and connecting on what we are getting, or what we are getting and what we’re not getting. Let’s not make it so taboo.”1 of 1