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April 19, 2012
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Trailer: Magic Mike

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Okay ladies…start salivating! The new trailer for the movie Magic Mike starring Channing Tatum has finally surfaced and despite being filled with more shirtless men than an Abercrombie catalog, it actually looks like an interesting film. Unfortunately Apple Trailers does not provide embed code or a universal format so we’ve linked from an alternate source.

For those who don’t know, Channing Tatum was a male stripper/dancer before he became an actor. This role should be rather easy for him because it’s essentially his 8 Mile where he gets to play a role he’s actually lived out. I think the movie looks pretty entertaining and I’m pulling for Tatum to have a breakthrough role in his career. I love his comedic side and even though there may be some disagreement, I think there is some untapped talent in him.

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  • http://themovieblog.com TMBErik

    So lets see it’s 4/19/2012 and I now want to see a movie about a male stripper. Sweet.

  • http://www.themovieblog.com/ Elliot Hopper

    This. Actually looks…. genuinely interesting. Good metaphor with it possibly being his 8 Mile movie. I thought albeit brief he did a good job in Soderbergh’s Haywire, but I saw a more conceited effort towards his acting in that film. With it being his life on screen, it just might be what he needed to showcase something more. I was intent on completely ignoring this film’s existence, call it a really well edited trailer but I do kinda sorta maybe want to watch this movie now.

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