“Blink and you’ll miss it” Ken scenes from Magic Mike.
Channing Tatum hopes to also star in ‘Magic Mike’ on Broadway
LOS ANGELES—Will Channing Tatum star in the Broadway version he is planning of “Magic Mike?”
“I hope,” he replied to our question in a recent interview. He quickly added, “Or I hope that … at least (Matt) Bomer (will be in it). He has one of the most amazing voices I have ever heard. He sings like an R&B artist; it’s incredible. I don’t know if anyone else in the movie cast can actually sing. We want it (the stage production) to be a musical.”
“I don’t sing,” clarified the actor, head shaved for his coming film, “Foxcatcher.” “I probably could if I really tried, but I am not a singer. I can’t sing like Bomer. He is a trained singer.”
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Matt Bomer shakin’ it as Ken in Magic Mike.
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Channing Tatum and Soderbergh decided to finance that $7.5 million film themselves. It was a smart gamble. Even though the story was somewhat dark, they knew they would fill the cast with hunks and that an audience would turn out for what could be marketed as an infomercial for 8 Minute Abs. Castmates like Matt Bomer and Matthew McConaughey signed on for little upfront money and they all became investors in the film. Word is those guys will wind up with $5 million paydays, and that Tatum and Soderbergh will make a fortune for their risk. They sold international for around $14.5 million, and then sold U.S. to Warner Bros for $7.5 million. The film has so far grossed north of $150 million worldwide. This should feather Soderbergh’s nest in retirement (believe it or not, there was a retirement party for him earlier this week).
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