Last year, Steven Soderbergh's film "Magic Mike", was a big success. The film focused on a group of male strippers lead by Channing Tatum, and the crazy lives they led and webs they weaved.
The film cost $7 million to make and racked up over $113 million domestically. With those kind of numbers, it's not hard to imagine a sequel could be on the horizon.
Matthew McConaughey, who played the male stripper ringleader Dallas in the film, was asked if he wanted a "Magic Mike" sequel. McConaughey stated, "I know it’s something that’s legitimately brewing. In the right way [I would come back]. It would be so much fun, but I would only be able to revisit Dallas if I really go, ‘OK, that’s what he would be doing’…I’d have to keep him the same tone."
We've heard reports that Steven Soderbergh's latest movie "Side Effects", will be his last film. Tatum recently stated in an interview that he felt he could convince Soderbergh to make a sequel to "Magic Mike". Now that we also have McConaughey on board, perhaps Soderbergh will put his retirement on hold, for one more film.
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