Salma Hayek Talks Magic Mike’s Last Dance

Salma This Friday marks the debut of Magic Mike’s Last Dance, the concluding trilogy film in the Magic Mike franchise starring Hayek Pinault and Channing Tatum. Channing Tatum’s protagonist, Mike Lane, is assisted in putting on his London show by Hayek Pinault’s wealthy socialite, Maxandra Mendoza.

Due to Tatum and the rest of the hot cast, which included seasoned rom-com heartthrob Matthew McConaughey, the Magic Mike franchise was launched in 2012 when the small movie, with only a $7 million budget, exploded, bringing in $167 million at the box office. After Tatum and the cinema were successful, a follow-up called Magic Mike XXL was released in 2015 and received similar acclaim from viewers. Magic Mike’s Last Dance will complete the trilogy on Friday, eight years after the release of the first picture.

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Salma Hayek Pinault is providing more behind-the-scenes information, as reported by INSIDER. Salma Hayek Pinault has previously discussed the movie and her almost fatal lap dance on set. The male dancers “would start pumping weight in between takes, and members of the crew started joining in,” according to Hayek Pinault in an interview with GQ Hype. She reveals that for months, all male dancers followed rigorous diets, abstained from drinking, and worked on honing their physiques. She laughed as she said,

The actress continued praising the movie for its “deconstruction of clichéd alpha masculinity” and its depiction of female desire.

Salma Hayek Talks Magic Mike's Last Dance
Salma Hayek Talks Magic Mike’s Last Dance

In addition to her scholarly analysis of the movie’s significance, Hayek Pinault also had time to crack a few jokes throughout the interview. The actress, who lives in London, spoke about the movie’s wrap party where “cartoonishly ripped male dancers” dove into her swimming pool, and according to Hayek Pinault,

It was initially intended for Magic Mike’s Last Dance to stream directly on HBO Max. But in September, it was revealed that the movie would be released in theatres. It’s unknown when the last film in the series will appear on HBO Max, which is also home to the first two movies. Just in time for women to experience a male-stripper-filled “Galentine’s” on February 14th, the erotic film will make its theatrical debut on Friday, February 10th.

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