Matthew McConaughey is ready to return to the Magic Mike series as Channing Tatum and Magic Mike’s Last Dance are ready to begin filming
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Matthew McConaughey hopes to return as the stripper in the third installment of the Magic Mike series.
The Oscar winner, 52, played a big part in the original film in 2012 before deciding to move on to a second in 2015.
However, he is now ready to go topless one more time for a third scene dubbed Magic Mike’s Last Dance.
Hollywood star admits Diversity that he has yet to hear about the movie but would love to return to the set.
Matthew is looking to follow filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, who also distanced himself from the second in the series before returning to the third.
And he is urged to star Channing Tatum to “call me brother”.
When asked if he would be involved, he confessed: “I don’t know. I have to read [the script] Firstly. It was fun doing it for the first time. “
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Channing Tatum, who was the main character in the first two editions, confirmed in November that he will be back for season three, which is expected to begin filming next month in London and Italy.
Channing, who previously worked as a stripper in her teens, admitted Everyone earlier this week, he wanted the latest movie in the series to be “Super Bowl Stripping.”
“I wanted to dance like we were never able to do in the other two movies, because we had to be honest with the reality of that world, that’s not great dancing,” he said.
The hunky star, 41, who will star in the new movie Dog, also admitted earlier this month that he can’t bring himself to watch Marvel movies anymore.
The popular actor is reportedly set to star in a 2014 film based on the X-Men Gambit, with the character reportedly getting a solo movie of his own.
But the production never worked out and Channing has now stated that the decision left him so “traumatized” that he was unable to watch any other films in the series.
Talking to Diversityhe discussed how he and his producing partner Reed Carolin had been initially developing the film for four years and asked if he would take over as director.
However, he admitted it wasn’t a popular idea and blamed Disney’s merger with Fox in 2019 for the reasons behind the film’s removal.
He sighed: “Once Gambit left, I was very hurt.
“I turned off my Marvel. I couldn’t watch any of the movies. I loved the character. It was just so sad. It was like losing a friend because I was too willing to play him.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/matthew-mcconaughey-eyes-return-magic-26253319 Matthew McConaughey eyes return as Magic Mike and urges Channing Tatum to 'call me'