Author Topic: Magic Mike Trailer: Channing Tatum's Male Stripper Movie is Finally Here!  (Read 43325 times)

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going to see this in Laramie tonight!

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Ouch....letīs just say that I donīt think they picked actors based on their acting skills.

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going to see this in Laramie tonight!

 :P ;D :P :-* :laugh:

have a great one!

hope the cinema has a lot of folks.

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T minus 4 hours, 26 minutes for me.  Can't wait.

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Magic Mike stars' hair removal woes

Friday, 29 June 2012

Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum didn't enjoy being waxed for their movie

Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey and Alex Pettyfer claim removing their body hair was the worst part of playing male strippers.

The hunky actors all star in Steven Soderbergh's new film, Magic Mike, about the dark side of male stripping, and didn't find being naked on stage in front of a room full of screaming women the worst part.

Alex, 22, said: "Oh my god, I don't know how women shave," adding that his skin was irritated for weeks.

Matthew and Channing opted for a chest wax.

"I don't know what movie could make me do that again," Channing said.

"One time is enough for me," echoed Matthew.

British actor Alex also had wardrobe issues.

"I don't know how you wear a thong. It's one of the most uncomfortable things in the world," he said.

True Blood's Joe Manganiello, who also stars in the film, claimed: "Anything a man does in a thong is funny."



Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/news/magic-mike-stars-hair-removal-woes-16179056.html#ixzz1zHGlAPpu
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Ouch....letīs just say that I donīt think they picked actors based on their acting skills.



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going to see this in Laramie tonight!

Fortunately, it's playing at a theater that's within easy walking distance of my place. I may see it tomorrow afternoon, or, if not then, Wednesday--might be an interesting way to observe the Fourth of July!  ;D
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Saw it last night. Loved it. Seriously, not like it's BBM or anything, but it's been a long time since I've seen a movie for which I felt unqualified approval.

Well, maybe a tiny bit qualified. Frankly, a couple of the main characters are slightly blah for my taste. And the plot wasn't exactly full of non-stop-edge-of-your-seat thrills.

But I was pleasantly surprised by Channing Tatum. And Matthew McConaughey was fantastic. Picture Joel Grey in Cabaret, except exposing much more skin and looking and acting like a caricature of Matthew McConaughey.

I saw it with an opening-night audience of mostly women -- who, hilariously, reacted to what was happening onscreen only a notch or two below the reactions of the onscreen strip-club audiences. For example, early in the film when Channing Tatum gets out of bed and walks away to the bathroom ... Whoooooohoooooooooo!!!!!!!!!

Visually, there's not much to complain about in this movie.  ;D




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Saw it last night. Loved it. Seriously, not like it's BBM or anything, but it's been a long time since I've seen a movie for which I felt unqualified approval.

Well, maybe a tiny bit qualified. Frankly, a couple of the main characters are slightly blah for my taste. And the plot wasn't exactly full of non-stop-edge-of-your-seat thrills.

But I was pleasantly surprised by Channing Tatum. And Matthew McConaughey was fantastic. Picture Joel Grey in Cabaret, except exposing much more skin and looking and acting like a caricature of Matthew McConaughey.

I saw it with an opening-night audience of mostly women -- who, hilariously, reacted to what was happening onscreen only a notch or two below the reactions of the onscreen strip-club audiences. For example, early in the film when Channing Tatum gets out of bed and walks away to the bathroom ... Whoooooohoooooooooo!!!!!!!!!

Visually, there's not much to complain about in this movie.  ;D




wow, you had quite a different experience from me. I actually cringed in my seat the actors were so bad (Matthew being the exception) and would have left the theatre wouldnīt I have had to climb over 20 teenage girls to get out ;D


But it did made me want to watch The Full Monty again :D

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I was pleasantly surprised by Channing Tatum.

I understand he really can dance (I guess now we know how come ... ). I think one of his earliest movies had something to do with dancing?  ???

Glad to have your take on the movie, Katherine.  :)
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