Britney Spears is heating things up with her new video . She takes a play right to of the male stripper movie Magic Mike . Check out the video and see for yourself .
Alex Pettyfer Recreates ‘Magic Mike’ Dance in His Office! Star from the first movie seems to missing the action .
Alex Pettier – Male stripper in the hit movie ‘Magic Mike’ was in his office when the song “pony ” came on . He started dancing for the camera . Unfortunately there was no stripping , but it gave us fans hope for the future .
Today I can across this hilarious video about the famous actor – Kevin Hart, and his experience working with male strippers. In an actual male strip club .
You are probably wondering if he actually was a stripper ? So was I, and after watching the video and picturing this situation in my mind . WOW , is all I have to say.
take a look at the link at the interview and see for yourself .
It’s generally accepted that the McConaissance kicked off with Matthew McConaughey’s role in Dallas Buyers Club back in 2013, which earned him many accolades in 2014, including an Academy Award. But McConaughey was no slouch in 2012 either, turning in a sweaty, compelling performance as the promoter and gatekeeper to the beefy, well-oiled paradise of his Xquisite Strip Club. His drawling antics might have been missing from the sequel, but McConaughey has fond enough memories of gyrating with Channing Tatum and Joe Manganiello that he’s prepared to don the assless chaps again for the Magic Mike Live show in Las Vegas.
In an interview with E!, McConaughey reveals that, while he hasn’t officially been invited to participate in Tatum’s new show that’s dedicated to pleasing the ladies, he’d be happy to on all the fun (and ones).
Specifically, McConaughey is prepared to “show up and just Dallas it out,” because “that’d be fun,” so you’re on notice, Tatum. Otherwise, McConaughey’s out doing the promotional rounds for Free State Of Jones. If the Magic Mike Live thing doesn’t work out, he can always audition for Star Wars again.
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The Kats Report Bureau at this writing is the KUNV 91.5-FM studio at Greenspun Hall at UNLV, home of “The Kats Report” radio show I host at 8 p.m. Fridays.
The guest this week is Tommy Wind, the magician who operates Tommy Wind Theater on the Strip. The segment with Wind, a first-time guest in this time slot, was recorded this afternoon.
Tommy Wind Theater is a cozy family operation housed in the 21,000-square-foot fortress that was once Club Utopia and most recently Boulevard Theater across from Monte Carlo in the strip mall fronted by Fatburger and Walgreens.
In this business schematic, the proprietor pays the talent and keeps the ticket and bar profits. What a concept, eh?
Wind has been running the show, onstage and offstage, for a little more than three years. His show is nightly at 6, dark Sundays and Mondays, and anchors what has recently turned into a sufficiently malleable set of productions.
In quick order: Wind and insult comic Vinnie Favorito ended their partnership Sunday night. This was about two weeks before Favorito’s contact was set to expire.
Over the years, Favorito has been dogged by reports of his financial dealings with business partners and departed the Flamingo last year under a cascade of allegations that he had not repaid several personal loans from associates.
But Favorito continues to chisel out a career here in VegasVille, where he has performed since opening at O’Sheas in 2003, as his act (onstage) is bitingly funny. Favorito’s departure from Wind’s theater was abrupt, but Wind says only that he wishes the comic well in his next stop — which is Hooters starting June 16.
As Favorito announced on his Facebook page, his show is to be titled “Wingin’ It At Hooters” in the old Night Owl Showroom set for six shows a week: 8 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays and 8 and 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
Otherwise, Wind has taken control of the male revue “Steele,” which had been delivered to Las Vegas by London Steele, who was the inspiration for Matthew McConaughey’s character Dallas in “Magic Mike.”
Steele gave Channing Tatum his first job in a male revue in Florida, and he told me during the red carpet at the Human Rights Campaign gala at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas this month that he was eager to go up against Tatum’s “Magic Mike Live” set to open next spring at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Instead, Steele is off pursuing “other options” in Las Vegas, as Wind said today. The magician-slash-venue operator is now the producer of the onetime “Steele,” planning to call the production something along the lines of “The Las Vegas Male Revue” and stage it nightly at 9:30 Wednesdays through Sundays, with the venue turning into a nightclub after the performance.
In this mix is a third production, “Evil Dead: The Musical,” set for 7:30 p.m., also Wednesdays through Sundays.
The entire turn of events leaves the man for whom the theater is named a little, um, winded — and that could be the title of something moving into Tommy Wind Theater where the breeze blows stiff, but the walls remain standing.
By John Katsilometes (contact) John Katsilometes
Thursday, May 26, 2016 | 2 a.m.
It’s a stripper show without terrible thongs or extreme nudity.
The Comic Strippers are on tour and they’re coming to Prince Rupert for a one-night stand on May 28 at the Lester Centre of the Arts.
It’s a different kind of comedy, said Roman Danylo, one of the comedians in the show.
“It is a parody of a male stripper show where we play fake male strippers that have perhaps been in the business for far too long and now they’re demanding new respect in their lives by trying a different type of entertainment, with improv comedy,” he said.
For residents who have made it out to a Hook, Line and Snicker show — the improv team in the city — it’s a twist on some of the games that are played in improv. There will be a private table scene, a shower seen and something with ping pong balls that Danylo wouldn’t get into much detail on.
The stripper troupe have been performing their act steady for a couple of years. They’ve performed across the country, including Prince Rupert and they’ve gone to the U.S. and even the Adelaide Fringe Festival in Australia.
While the U.S. has Chippendales, and Australia has the Thunder From Down Under, “people seem to be enjoying the idea that we might be Canada’s ironic answer to this entire genre,” Danylo said. It’s a bit of a tongue and cheek version to stripper shows.
The comedic strippers are also improvisors at the Vancouver TheatreSports League. They encourage men to come watch their show as well.
“Our comedy bodies will make them look good. It’s a great show for anyone in the Prince Rupert area,” he said.
However, the show is for 19-years and older, and the show starts at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
by Shannon Lough – The Northern View
posted May 25, 2016 at 7:00 AM
Love the movie “Magic Mike?” You can re-create it on the water.
The River City Star riverboat will bring the magic of all-male exotic dancing to the Missouri River again this summer.
Magic Mike Ladies Night cruises will be held June 10, July 8, Aug. 19 and Sept. 9 at 9:30 p.m.
The 21-and-older cruise is advertised as “not for the faint of heart.” Tickets are $25 and are available at rivercitystar.com.
By Andrea Kszystyniak / World-Herald staff writer
Magic Mike’ star Channing Tatum made a surprise appearance at the publisher’s NewFronts event.
Hearst knew how to get people’s attention Wednesday night at the beginning of its first NewFront event.
The publisher behind Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Harper’s Bazaar kicked off its event with a performance by the cast of the newly announced Magic Mike Live show set to Ginuwine’s “Pony.” At the end of their routine, Magic Mike star Channing Tatum jumped onto the stage to announce that Cosmopolitan has an exclusive year-long content partnership with the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino live show that will include everything from video series to Facebook Live broadcasts to virtual reality. Upcoming features could include a show in which the cast helps turn two “ordinary Joes” into “Magic Mikes” and a series in which the Magic Mike crew surprises women with a day of pampering.
Tatum announced the Magic Mike Live show in a Facebook Live video posted from backstage at the Hearst NewFront event, held at Hearst Tower.
The presentation also included a taped message from Pitch Perfect 2 director Elizabeth Banks, whose new comedy site WhoHaha.com has partnered with Cosmo on a female-centric comedy series.
In all, Hearst presented new shows for its Cosmo, Elle, Esquire and Harper’s Bazaar brands. Shows include How to Be a Man With Frank Kobola for Esquire.com and Bazaar Unbridled for for HarpersBazaar.com.
“Our digital business is evolving at a staggering pace, and video is at the heart of it,” said Hearst Magazines digital media president Troy Young. “We’re creating content that cuts through the noise of the internet and drives enormous viewership across our properties and the most important social and mobile platforms.”
Cosmo has also made Snapchat a focus over the last year — the brand joined the Snapchat Discover platform and editor-in-chief Joanna Coles was named to the company’s board of directors — so it’s no surprise that the disappearing messaging platform made an appearance. Snapchat’s head of content, Nick Bell, took to the stage to discuss the popularity of the Cosmo Discover channel and tout Sweet, the first brand to launch on Snapchat Discover. The channel will feature a new show called The Sweet Guide to Living a Better Life.
7:11 PM PDT 5/4/2016 by Natalie Jarvey
It’s about time somebody told a TV news woman that showing up to work dressed like a stripper, a backup dancer or Britney Spears after a night out is wrong – unless you are a stripper, a backup dancer or Britney Spears.
Instead, a meteorologist who was told to cover up for wearing a sparkly mini cocktail dress to report the weather created a storm rather than reporting on one.
It began over the weekend, when KTLA meteorologist Liberté Chan who wore a skimpy outfit to report the weather was told that viewers were complaining about her attire.
A male colleague, as a joke, threw her an old-guy Perry Como sweater. She claims she didn’t like the outfit she brought to work, so she donned somebody’s cocktail dress. She laughed about being teased. Nobody else did.
And THIS is what created the Twit storm.
Women started yelling that a male has no right to tell a woman how to dress. Seriously? First off, it was done in fun, and Chan took it that way.
Secondly, until and unless men are made to show up to report the news, the weather and all manner of tragedy dressed like Magic Mike in thong tuxedos, newswomen need to stop capitulating to the FOX News and ESPN ideal that they need to look like escorts in order to report on war, sports and yes, the weather.
, but the women who went crazy that a male colleague joked about Chan’s attire got it all wrong. These same knee-jerk responders should be furious that on-camera female reporters are encouraged – and sometimes forced – to dress like this in the first place. (Chan wasn’t.)
On TV news, men are hired for their expertise. Women need much more. They need also to be gorgeous, have big hair, and be able to wear a rubber dress like they work out for a living. What’s the criteria? To look competent and experienced, or like you’d do a helluva job on a stripper pole?
Males get to stay on well into overweight old-fartdom. Giant massive combovers that look like live farm animals on their heads dyed in shades never intended for the living? All good.
Meantime, their female counterparts on set often look like Sports Illustrated cover models in skimpy sleeveless dresses – to report on blizzards!
Ask yourselves: Would Barbara Walters have made it nowadays? Would Diane Sawyer have ever shown up to work dressed like she was serving cocktails in Vegas?
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Monday, May 16, 2016, 11:33 AM
The actor on developing his Las Vegas show, taking on a superhero role and how Magic Mike would stack up in a dance contest
STAGEMonday, May 16 3:30pmBy Nicole Ely
You are directing Magic Mike Live Las Vegas, which is coming to the Hard Rock in spring 2017. What is your vision for the show?
The first movie is really just about Mike and these guys living this life, and him figuring out that he wants more. The second movie is about them realizing that this life is over and what do they do now. We’re not going to do a third movie, so the Las Vegas show should feel like the next iteration.
The relationships between men and women have changed. We want to create a show that is a little more modern. The shows I’ve seen, and have done movies about, are the same as when they started from 40 or 50 years ago. Now, it’s what do women want, and do they want more. We want to make it for women, by women in a way.
And the dancing is going to be top level. These guys are unreal.
The Magic Mike Live Las Vegas website features a quiz that’s providing research for the show’s development. So, what do women want?
I have no idea [laughs], and that’s exactly why I have a lot of women in my life. Everyone is so different. We sent out this questionnaire to every girl I know, and their moms. There are a lot of tropes, but a lot them don’t know what they want. They know what they want out of their lives, but not what they want out of a show.
Men and women go to these types of shows for different reasons. I’m sure some women come for a sexual thing, but it’s more for them to just let go. This is an environment where they can be free.
What else have you learned from the survey?
What they want is so simple. They want to come home and have their men cook dinner for them and tell them they’re beautiful, or write a small note and leave it in their purse. Just these tiny, tiny things, and not as much of the “I have a fantasy of having sex with a fireman.” With men, that would be fine. We’re pretty base. So I don’t think I can answer your question, but we’re doing a lot of research.
You’ll be in Las Vegas planning for the show. Any things you want to check off your Vegas bucket list?
We’ve watched Absinthe twice now. I love that show. It’s one of my favorite things. I haven’t seen a lot of the other shows. We went to Zumanity. We went to the avant-garde, sexually charged shows. I haven’t done any of the family stuff. So I’m interested in exploring Vegas that way.
You’re producing and starring in the Marvel movie Gambit. What’s it like getting into the superhero movie craze?
I wouldn’t say I’m a comic book guy, but Gambit was what I read, because I grew up in Mississippi. My dad is from New Orleans. So to me, Gambit was the coolest superhero I could be.
It’s really intense. Those movies are really tough to make. There’s so much material from all the years they’ve been writing comics, so you have make sure you’ve read them all. We’re in no hurry to make it. The studio is always going to try to beat the drum, but I want to make it right.
If there was a dance off between Magic Mike and Kevin Bacon from Footloose, who would win?
A lot of people’s favorite movie is Dirty Dancing, but my favorite dance movie is Footloose. That’s hard. Those are movies I’ve grown up with. They’re icons in my mind. I think Mike would have them if they were to battle now.
What about Magic Mike versus Tyler, your role from Step Up?
That would be a tough one because I think Tyler would have more energy. Tyler is a little younger, and I’m kind of banged up now. I think Mike would still have him.
What about if Magic Mike went up against Chris Farley from the Chippendales Saturday Night Live sketch?
Oh man, you can’t ask me anything about Farley. He’s one of my favorites of all time. He just filled up a room. He filled up 10 rooms. Hands down he would win, without any question.
STAGEMonday, May 16 3:30pmBy Nicole Ely