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Magic Mike is the upcoming, eagerly awaited Soderbergh film based on Channing Tatum’s time spent as a male ecdysiast.
Tatum plays a mentor to the character based on himself, played by Alex Pettyfer.
Matthew McConaughey (above) is the stripper-turned-shirtless-club owner.
And here are some leaked, as it were, comments from someone who saw the film and can’t quit gushing about the important elements.
“It is very R-rated, filled with nudity, both male and female.
“Lots of ass shots of the boys. Many scenes of them dancing in tight little thongs. Channing’s ass and thighs looked fuckin amazing as he gets out of bed and walks to the bathroom in a long shot!
“The only exposed c**k comes from Joe Manganiello, who plays a character called ‘Big Dick.’ I’m assuming it was a prosthetic, a la Mark Wahlberg in Boogie Nights.
“For you Matthew McConaughey fans…he’s often shirtless on stage introducing the guys. All I can say is he looked amazing dancing in his tiny little g-string!
“By the way, based on the thongs, it looked like Adam Rodriguez was packing the most heat. Fuckin huge!”
Somehow, I don’t think the New York Times review will be quite on this genital level, but who cares what the Times says?
Our favorite Wolf gave an interview for OUT magazine so make sure you get your copie !!!
“It was brown, now it’s gray. i don’t know what the hell happened. it seems to me, people like it. Nobody’s complained.” Who would want to complain ? i mean Joe, all Truebies (especially Furbangers) have an album dedicated to beard-porn.
“it just makes sense. It’s not gratuitous; it’s realistic. If you’re a werewolf and you transform, you lose everything and there are your butt cheeks. The show is a deconstruction of supernatural creatures. It’s not like other werewolf projects, where you magically reappear with tiny jean shorts on.” Well True Blood wouldn’t be True Blood if there wasn’t any Butt-cheeks, now would it ? Though i wouldn’t mind seeing him in tiny jean shorts ;D
That’s where I really found him compelling,” Soderbergh says. OHHOHO you’re not the only one….“Part of what we required was someone who could improv and bring a lot to the table. He was funny, smart, had a good energy, and was distinctive. I needed to make sure each guy had their own identity, and he didn’t disappoint.” Nearly every Trubie will see this movie so yes go on with the compliments on our fabulous Joe.
“I was a pretty gothic, dark kid, obsessed with monsters,” Manganiello says of his Pittsburgh childhood. “I loved Halloween and skulls. I was just that kid. My first concert was Pantera, Sepultura, and Biohazard. I loved industrial like Ministry and Revolting Cocks. I was in love with the chick bassist in White Zombie with fluorescent green hair. It’s great that, for a living, I’m associated with full moons and wolves!” Oh MY!!! Well Joe it’s seems like you have great taste in music !!! And i also play bass, though im not going for the green hair.
He is chagrined to have revealed any of his private life, but admits, “I’m single. Yeah, I used to not like being alone, but I dig it, man.” <== Well, furbangers you know what to do !! ;D
Here’s the article : interview
True Blood’s Joe Manganiello attended the GQ Men of the Year Event recently and while on the red carpet he was interviewed by Eleven.com.au and TheInsider.com. He talks a bit about his new film Magic Mike, but is very tight lipped (as he must be) about True Blood’s Season 5 even though he says he knows everything that is going to happen in the show’s fifth season. We’ll just have to wait to find out what’s in store for Alcide.
Joe stars in upcoming drama Magic Mike. The feature directed by Steven Soderbergh centres on the exploits of male strippers.
Joe performed six dance routines in the film and has caught the boogie bug as a result.
“Once you start doing it, you want to keep doing it,” Joe explained to E! Online at the GQ Men of the Year party. “You find yourself in the morning going to the gas station, filling up your car with gas and the song [from the Magic Mike dance scene] is playing and you just start dancing. I’m like, ‘Someone in this gas station’s going to get it.’ It’s a lot of fun. There’s probably a Funny Or Die video in there somewhere.”
Joe plays character Big D**k Richie in the film. The actor’s younger brother Nicholas is the butt of many jokes as a result.
“The fact that they’re calling my brother Big D**k Nick at work that makes it completely worth it,” Joe laughed. “They’re like, ‘Big D**k Nick, get the phone!‘”
Magic Mike is an extremely fun filming experience for Joe so far. He begins shooting the fifth season of supernatural series True Blood in about a week and is excited about the show’s developments.
“I know everything that happens to my character [Alcide] pretty much the entire season. I’ve read the first two scripts. There are a lot more werewolves! There are going to be more werewolves for me to play with – some hot-chick werewolves and badass dudes,” he said.
Can I say HOOOTTTTT!!!!!!!!!
So this “Magic Mike” movie… I’ve said it once, and I’ll keep saying it until I get to see the film, but gracious sakes, could this male cast be any hotter? Not only that, but everything we hear about it gets me more and more anxious and hopeful that director Steven Soderbergh will really deliver the goods (pun totally intended) when it finally arrives in theaters.
Yesterday we brought you the hilarious tale of thong wearing gone wrong by cutie pie Matt Bomer, and today we’ve got an equally exciting tidbit from Matt’s co-star Joe Manganiello, who teases that there is a lot of nakedness in the movie.
“[Everyone is] pretty damn naked, and probably more naked than in ‘True Blood’ even, if you can believe it,” Joe told us. “There are some dicey, dicey scenes in there. A lot of girls get naked too.”
Joe also said that it’s not all about the gratuitous aspect of watching male strippers, there’s actual—gasp!—substance to the film (as if we needed any).
“It’s unbelievable, and it’s so funny. It feels like ‘Animal House.’ It’s hysterical, it’s like a great guy, buddy movie but it’s also got a lot of stuff for the ladies,” he said. “It’s got a little bit for everybody. It’s hysterical, like laugh-out-loud screaming funny.”
With all those pretty men in the cast, what was the atmosphere like on set?
“Well, you know, it’s all kind of the sexy guys from their respective corners of the universe, but none of them take themselves seriously at all. So, it felt like spring break. We’re just like a bunch of bros just hanging out, you know, and just happened to male strip.”
Come see your favorite werewolf, Alcide (aka: Big Dick Richie) on the big screen in Magic Mike June 26th!
We caught up with Joe Manganiello at Cirque du Soleil’s premiere of IRIS yesterday and (since True Blood is coffin-bound for a while, and his Two and a Half Men guest spot isn’t for a few weeks yet) we had to ask him about our future favorite flick. Ya know, like if those rumors that one dude is going to go full frontal are true.
So will Joe being showing off more than just his trademark washboard abs?
“You’ll have to go see the movie opening night and find out,” Joe teased. “Can’t let that out of the bag.”
Ugh, we hate it when hunky men play coy! Give us some juicy deets, Manganiello!
And tho he didn’t spill on whether any of his stud cohorts ditch their g-strings, Joe did fill us in on who shakes their booty best.
“We start shooting all the dance stuff this week, it’s amazing,” Joe revealed. “I’ve never laughed harder in my life. I’ve had the best time. We’ve been rehearsing for about a month, we just scream. We roll in and out laughing at each other.”
So who’s top dog? Duh, the ex-real life stripper still works the stage like a pro:
“Oh, Channing [Tatum],” Joe responded without hesitation when we asked who had the best moves. “Channing’s like on another level. I mean have you seen all those dance movies?”
As for second place? Well, that may be a bit more shocking—tho quite the pleasant surprise.
“Well you know Matt Bomer was my drama school classmate,” Joe continued. “He was a musical theater major so he’s pretty good. His two routines are probably my favorites.”
We don’t think this is exactly how Carnegie Mellon meant for you to use your dance training, Matty, but we totally approve. We can’t wait to see you shimmy your good-boy rep away!
Oh and we’re excited to see your moves too, Joe!
Two and a Half Men may have found a way to build upon its stellar premiere week ratings: Alcide is coming to Malibu!
EW has learned exclusively that True Blood star Joe Manganiello will make an appearance in the Oct. 24 episode of the CBS comedy. He’ll play the smoldering hot boyfriend (as if he could play anything less) of Bridget, the ex-wife of Walden (Ashton Kutcher). Bridget will be portrayed by Judy Greer, who makes her first appearance on Monday.
Manganiello just wrapped his fourth season of True Blood but he’s definitely staying ripped for other, um, important endeavors: EW already reported exclusively that he will play Big Dick Richie in Steven Soderbergh’s movie about male strippers. He’s also set to star opposite his old school chum Matt Bomer in an episode of USA’s White Collar that will air in January.
Joe Manganiello, Alex Pettyfer, Matt Bomer, Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum. The Jeopardy answer: What is the Ministry’s idea of Christmas morning?
That list of easy-on-the-eyes actors is the nearly confirmed cast of “Magic Mike,” a romp through the lives of male strippers based on Tatum’s real-life experiences as a young exotic dancer.
Manganiello, a favorite werewolf on “True Blood,” comes as the latest and apparently largest addition, according to EW. He’s reportedly been cast as Big Dick Richie, a dancer of enormous talent, alongside Pettyfer’s booty-shaking newbie, Tatum’s seasoned pro, supporting dancer Bomer and club owner McConaughey.
Stephen Soderbergh is directing the flick, set to open in September 2012. And one of the largest questions looming about the project — after why can’t it just open today — is, how much of the man-goodies will be on display?
Turns out, full-frontal might not be off the table. Soderbergh “isn’t afraid of going there,” a well-placed source tells the Awful Truth.
And to steal the Truth’s sentiment wholeheartedly: If ever there were a time for 3D filmmaking, let it be now.