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Magic Mike

  • A&E

    Meet the Magic Mike Live Emcee Representing on Behalf of Women Everywhere

    By Camille Cannon

    Lyndsay Hailey discusses the significance, challenges and sometimes, awkward rehearsal moments that come with being the female lead in a male-dominated production. Plus, check out our exclusive video with her.

  • stage

    Channing Tatum Wants to Know What Women Want

    By Nicole Ely

    The actor on developing his Las Vegas show, taking on a superhero role and how Magic Mike would stack up in a dance contest

  • Short Reviews

    Magic Mike

    By Tribune Media Services

    (R) ★★★★☆ Director Steven Soderbergh’s film, which is loosely based on producer/star Channing Tatum’s own experience as a male stripper, is actually a nimble, enjoyable and well put-together workplace comedy. Mike (Tatum) works construction by day and strips by night at Club Xquisite, run by ex-stripper Dallas (a devilish Matthew McConaughey). When Mike befriends The Kid (Alex Pettyfer), he reveals the strip world to him, while also taking a liking to his older sister (Cody Horn). For what it is, it is great.