Channing Tatum Bumps His Human Sharpie in Stripper Movie

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"You don't have anything sharp on you that I can stick myself with, do you?" asks Channing Tatum of an unsuspecting bachelorette in Magic Mike, the upcoming male-stripper film by Steven Soderbergh.

"No," she replies.

"Good, " says Channing, as he prepares to shed his policeman outfit. "Because I do!"

Ouch! In a good way!

Tatum plays a disrober--in the film based on his own days in that profession--and freely explains what he gets out of being a stripper:

"Women, money, and a good time."

Hey, I should try it. I love money and a good time.

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7 comments
anonTWO
anonTWO

sounds like a must see and I'm not joking.Tatum is possible the only heterosexual male stripper I know of.

latenitebump
latenitebump

only thing about this movie is the rihanna track.

Mrwhompers
Mrwhompers

Looks like there's too much boring relationship stuff between the stripping. And Channing's acting doesn't exactly light up the screen. But yes, I will be there.

Winston
Winston

OK, he can't act at all but I might go see this anyway--and besides, it looks like you get a few nice shots of Matthew McConaughey's chest.

Raposo
Raposo

"His human Sharpie," lol.

VonD
VonD

Yes, God, huntee, it's all about Miss Rih in this one.

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