Channing Tatum reveals how ‘Magic Mike’ could ‘magically’ return | ENTERTAIN THIS!

Channing Tatum and Salma Hayek chat with USA TODAY’s Erin Jensen about “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” and their friendship.

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Channing Tatum is saddling up once more to play “Pony” enthusiast Mike Lane for the third and seemingly final chapter for the former stripper.

He rides again with Steven Soderbergh, who returns to direct “Magic Mike's Last Dance” (in theaters Friday), perfectly timed to turn up the heat on Valentine's Day (and just days before Super Bowl Sunday).

When we reunite with the title character eight years after sequel “Magic Mike XXL,” he’s bartending in Miami and his dancing days are behind him. But the wealthy Maxandra Mendoza (Salma Hayek), nursing a broken heart over her crumbled marriage to a media giant, coaxes a dance out of Mike. The sensual routine is teased in the trailer and is even steamier in the movie. Mike leads Maxandra to a chair, pulls her close, and begins stripping for her. He hoists her in the air and uses her living room like his own personal stage. She blindfolds him. (We told you, it's hot!)

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