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Channing Tatum Covers 'Entertainment Weekly' with 'Magic Mike' Cast

Channing Tatum Covers 'Entertainment Weekly' with 'Magic Mike' Cast

Channing Tatum, Matthew McConaughey, Matt Bomer, and Joe Manganiello do a little striptease for the latest cover of Entertainment Weekly.

The heartthrobs, who all star in the upcoming film, Magic Mike, got back together for this fun promotional shoot.

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In the issue, Matthew dishes about the movie.

On his big striptease in the film: “Oh, it leaves something to the imagination. It wasn’t in the script, but Soderbergh said in the beginning that if it felt right, I could strip at the end of the movie. I said, ‘I gotta dance, man.’ I would regret it for the rest of my life if I was in a male stripper movie and didn’t get up there and strip myself.”

On the hottest Magic Mike stripper: “Dallas, of course. [Laughs] Everybody was pretty damn ripped already, but boy, if you really want to get men in great shape, just tell them they’re going to play male strippers in a movie and have their shit onscreen for the rest of time. Vanity, baby.”

On striptease rehearsals: “I found the song I wanted, we got it cleared very early, and I started working on the choreography from the very beginning. I was working two, three nights a week to get that down. It was a ball.”

Magic Mike hits theaters nationwide on June 29!

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