"Magic Mike" actor Channing Tatum recently teased on Twitter about writing the sequel to the film and his co-star Matt Bomer was quick to express his support for the upcoming movie project. The "White Collar" actor admitted in the Vulture report that he does not know the details yet on "Magic Mike 2" but he is "along for the ride."
"I trust Channing [Tatum] and [co-writer] Reid [Carolin] implicitly, and I'm along for the ride however they'll have me. And there's only one character who gets a bust in that movie, and that is Dallas! So they got it in the right place, they're starting in the right place with this movie. I think everything's pretty under wraps right now, so I'll just wait to hear from them," stated the 36-year-old actor.
On Monday, February 10, Channing Tatum shared to his followers on Twitter about starting to write the story on "Magic Mike 2." The actor wrote on his Twitter account @channingtatum: "What better way to start writing #MagicMike2 than with my old friend Dallas? #runatribe pic.twitter.com/RalS3nQfro."
— Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) February 10, 2014
As for his "Magic Mike" character Ken, Matt Bomer revealed that he spent a lot of time "brainstorming" with some Ken looks. "I've had a lot of time to ponder it. I can't drop anything now. But I've been thinking about it, for sure. Maybe there will be a themed Ken Doll. Why not?" Mr Bomer shared.
The "White Collar" star further revealed that he is also willing to do a one-night fund-raiser performance in Broadway's "Magic Mike: The Musical." However, Mr Bomer added that he will still leave the actual run of the Broadway show to the more seasoned professionals.
USA Network's TV series "White Collar" recently finished Season 5 and there is no confirmation yet if the show will return for more with Season 6. In the meantime, Matt Bomer busily promotes his latest film "Winter's Tale" where he portrays the father of actor Colin Farrell's character, Peter Lake.
The heartthrob actor was spotted looking dapper in a suit during the world premiere at Ziegfeld Theater in New York City on Tuesday night, February 11. According to the Just Jared Jr report, Matt Bomer attended the event with his co-stars Lucy Griffiths, Kevin Corrigan and Finn Wittrock. Click HERE to see photos.
The film is scheduled to hit US movie theaters on Valentine's Day, February 14.
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