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Channing Tatum Points to the Goods on 'Magic Mike XXL' Poster

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February 3, 2015

Magic Mike XXL

If the teaser poster for Magic Mike XXL is any indicator, it's going to be a hot summer this year. The sequel arrives in the prime July 1st weekend, and it's bound to be a huge box office hit, and now Channing Tatum is getting the hype machine started by pointing straight to his package on the teaser poster. And wouldn't you know it, the release date is right on Tatum's junk, along with the easy placement of the word "coming" as well. Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez and Gabriel Iglesias are all returning along with new cast members like Elizabeth Banks and Donald Glover. Look!

Here's the first poster for Gregory Jacobs' Magic Mike XXL from Warner Bros. Pictures:

Magic Mike XXL

Magic Mike XXL is directed by Gregory Jacobs (producer of Magic Mike) and written by Reid Carolin. Three years after the first film, the remaining Kings of Tampa are ready to throw in the towel. But they want to do it their way: burning down the house in one last blow-out performance in Myrtle Beach, and with legendary headliner Magic Mike (Tatum) sharing the spotlight with them. On the road to their final show, with whistle stops in Jacksonville and Savannah to renew old acquaintances and make new friends, Mike and the guys learn some new moves and shake off the past in surprising ways. Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Elizabeth Banks, Jada Pinkett Smith and more star in the Warner Bros. film coming July 1st.

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  • Bo
    Sorry, Ethan...but this is so shallow, trite and embarrassingly moronic I can't help but comment. Pointing to his package? The word Coming over his package? Like this is somehow 'cool' or even interesting? Is this how low we've become as a culture to even put forth this kind of male immature and sophomoric nonsense for entertainment? I mean, perhaps I should apologize to any and all who find this kind of low-level junk worthy of their time or that value it as fun and entertaining. I tell you, Rome is burning folks, and if you can't see that by taking a look at this I feel for you...and us, collectively as a culture. Man oh man oh man!
    • JayEmmTee
      My only problem is that he's overdressed. It's been over 50 years since the Sexual Revolution, you might want to drag yourself into the 1960s.
      • Bo
        If that is your only problem, then you make my point. And drag myself into the 1960's? Is that a typo or just you? I was there in the 60's and this kind of gross, crass, shallow, trite, immature sexuality was not what we had in mind. Grow up!
        • WesDraven
          I don't know if a movie poster for a stupid movie is that big an indication for society as a whole, and if you think it is, I feel for you.
          • Bo
            Sorry to hear you 'don't know' or can(not) realize these things, but that's on you. Read above Earth's comments as he too is able to see what's happening around him. Just about all commerce, especially music and movies, are an indication of what a society is all about. If you are unable to see that that's an indication of your awareness, or lack of it. The 'I feel for you' is so condescending it's not worth the retort, except that it too indicates your level of self awareness. If it made you feel superior grasp it for the moment that might last as it's temporary as such hollow proclamations tend to be. Wake up, Wes. A poster for a stupid movie (your words) is a clear indication of what is going on in society as a whole. Jeez, am I talking to a grade school kid or what? It's pretty simple.
    • Sky
      I dont like you
      • Bo
        Oh boo hoo...jeez...grow up, Sky. Grown men can handle others disagreeing with them and sometimes even learn from those disagreement.
    • IamSlave
      Dude, you're taking this way too seriously lol. Its just a silly movie. Get over it.
      • Bo
        Thanks for the (unasked for) advice. But you made my point. It's just a silly movie and will make a lot of money from the shallow and herd mentality audiences that will go see it, which again is my point. Sorry that's too deep for you, but to each his own. Take your own advice, it's useless to me.
        • IamSlave
          Yeah thats my problem your silly rant is too "deep" for me. Ha! Enjoy your crappy mentality. :)
    • Earth
      Totally agreed, why do we moan about our kids are so dumb, well because of these garbage coming out of the film and music industries, that make them an idol so kids can worship. What is shown is not the reality, it goes more deeper. Kids then copy there idols making our society and the human mind unwise and reckless, attaching themselves with dru*s, se*, gambling, etc etc, which is all unnecessary.
      • Bo
        Thanks, Earth. From the other pretty rude and angry replies I've been getting I welcome one from another intelligent person who sees the truth and reality of how low our collective culture has become. Truth hurts and those that bask in the behaviors that lit the fires that made Rome burn are unable to deal with reality and get pretty angry when it's pointed out to them. And again, I agree with your post...well composed and articulated. Take care.

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