When the male stripper drama, "Magic Mike," danced into theaters earlier this summer, we're not sure anyone anticipated what a success — both critically and commercially — it would be. (The flick earned a whopping $113 million domestically off a production budget of only $7 million). As to be expected, when Hollywood has a hit on its hands, it gets started on the sequel pretty much right away.
But with Steven Soderbergh insisting (at least for now) that he's taking a hiatus from filmmaking, there's an empty seat where the director should be. Queue music: enter Channing Tatum. Get More »