While critics croon over “Kimi” and anticipate his upcoming collection “Full Circle,” it’s simple to neglect that Steve Soderbergh has one other challenge popping out quickly: “Magic Mike’s Last Dance.” But when phrase bought out final month that “Last Dance” wouldn’t go straight to HBO Max however as a substitute hit theaters on Valentine’s Day Weekend 2023, a few of us couldn’t assist however weep tears of pleasure. A Soderbergh film on the massive display that caps off two of his finest movies from the ’10s? Say no extra; signal us up; the tickets are pretty much as good as bought.
And now there’s a brand new first-look picture of the upcoming movie. Granted, it isn’t a lot, however it showcases star Channing Tatum doing what the “Magic” Mike Lane character does finest: letting somebody’s erotic creativeness run wild. In this case, Salma Hayek Pinault is the one who’s all sizzling and bothered, however there’s no context to the scene past that. But given these films, count on this to be one of many extra meager dances Mike has in retailer.
Unfortunately, not loads of solid members from the sooner “Magic Mike” and “Magic Mike XXL” can be again this time round. Alongside Tatum and Hayek, the movie additionally stars Gavin Spokes, Caitlin Gerard, Christopher Bencomo, Ayub Khan-Din, Juliette Motamed, and Christie-Leigh Emby. Soderbergh directs a script by Reid Carolin, who penned the final two films.
Together, the 2 “Magic Mike” movies grossed $286 million on the world field workplace; not unhealthy for movies that price rather less than $22 million in complete to make. So, it is smart new Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav needed to maneuver “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” to the massive display from HBO Max. Does that spell additional doom for the streamer? Perhaps, however it additionally makes “Last Dance” the primary Soderbergh film launched in theaters since 2018’s “Unsane,” and that’s excellent news.
“Magic Mike’s Last Dance” hits theaters on February 10, 2023. Check out the primary look nonetheless from the film under.