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    'Magic Mike 2' Set to Shoot This Fall

    "Magic Mike 2," the sequel to the baby-oiled and rippling original which grossed $167 million worldwide, will reportedly start production this fall.

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    Why 'Magic Mike’ Hunk Joe Manganiello Returned to the Male Strip Club With His Directorial Debut 'La Bare’

    Joe Manganiello can’t quit the stripper business. Two years after turning heads in Steven Soderbergh’s surprise male stripper smash "Magic Mike," the "True Blood" hunk is back with another film about men who disrobe to get by. No, not the highly anticipated sequel to "Magic Mike," but "La Bare," a d...

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    'Magic Mike' Star's Male Stripper Doc Amongst New Titles Announced for Slamdance's 20th Annual Festival

    The Slamdance Film Festival today announced its Special Screenings, Beyond and Shorts programs for the 20th Festival season including details about the premiere of the DIY documentary, which follows the historical development of the Do- It-Yourself indie film movement.

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    Skinny Matthew McConaughey Talks New Approach to Roles: 'Mud,' 'Dallas Buyer's Club,' 'Magic Mike' [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

    When we sat down with Matthew McConaughey last November, he looked scarily thin. He'd lost 38 pounds to prep for passion project "The Dallas Buyer's Club," about a straight man fighting HIV who becomes a dealer in unapproved drugs to stave off AIDS. (The film just landed a distributor.) The actor wa...

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    Interview: Steven Soderbergh Talks 'Side Effects'; 'Behind The Candelabra' & Comparing 'Dragon Tattoo' Notes With David Fincher

    Steven Soderbergh is almost out the door. Last week we rolled out part one of our interview with the filmmaker about his impending retirement from cinema, his process of filmmaking, the "tyranny of narrative," and his upcoming directorial efforts on the stage (including reviving an old film project,...

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    Interview | Steven Soderbergh, Part 2: 'Magic Mike 2,' His Move to Broadway and Why He'd Never Make a Western

    In this second installment, Soderbergh reveals which genre he genre he wish he had tackled, why he chose not to return to "Magic Mike 2," his take on the cut he saw of Paul Schrader's Hollywood satire "The Canyons," and details on his upcoming move to Broadway with his "Side Effects" star Catherine ...

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    Interview | Steven Soderbergh, Part 1: 'Side Effects,' 'Behind the Candelabra' and His Friendship With David Fincher

    Well, the time has come. This Friday sees Steven Soderbergh cap off what has been an incredibly prolific and eclectic career of making movies with the release of "Side Effects," his supposed last film to open theatrically starring Rooney Mara, Jude Law and his "Magic Mike" muse Channing Tatum.

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    'Magic Mike' Broadway Show May Include Audience Lapdances, Obviously

    When “Magic Mike” arrived in theaters last June, it was a rousing success. The Steven Soderbergh-directed male stripper film starring Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey raked in over $167 million worldwide and has subsequently spawned a franchise. Already, there is a "Magic Mike...

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    Steven Soderbergh Talks Retirement, Being a Responsible Filmmaker, His Two Films He's Satisfied With, and More

    Steven Soderbergh recently sat down with Vulture for a lengthy interview to discuss his impending retirement from filmmaking, being a responsible director, the one note of direction he gave to Matthew McConaughey for "Magic Mike," the two films he's made that he's satisfied with, and much more. High...

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    Drew Taylor's Top Ten Favorite Films of 2012

    2012 was all about escape. Not only in terms of the big-budget movies that offered us escape from the increasingly ugly real world (how many superheroes or swoony vampires can we stomach?), but by the content of the more adult movies. Characters wanted an escape – from slavery, from a futuristic Kor...

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