Salma Hayek is willing to pay Channing Tatum $6,000 for a lap dance in a new Magic Mike’s Last Dance clip.
The wait is nearly over. After a lengthy hiatus, the Magic Mike franchise returns for one more wild ride with Tatum’s “Magic” Mike Lane. This role skyrocketed the 42-year-old actor into Hollywood’s spotlight in 2012 and is based on Tatum’s own experience as a teenage exotic dancer.
Joining Tatum on screen this time around is Oscar-nominated actress Salma Hayek. The film will follow Mike (Tatum), who is now a broke bartender in Florida after a business plan fell through. But when he meets Maxandra Mendoza (Hayek), a wealthy socialite, his luck might be changing. The two set out to create a series of male stripping shows with a whole new lineup of hot dancers Tatum must train.
Tatum and Hayek Talk Lap Dances in New Clip
A new clip for the movie gives us a sneak peek at Tatum and Hayek’s chemistry and hints at what is to come. Warning: It’s going to get steamy. Maxandra asks Mike what it would cost to have him give her a dance. Mike does not dance anymore and jokes it would cost $60,000 for him to get back onto the saddle again. Surprisingly, Maxandra is not backing down. After initially calling his performances “silly dances,” she agrees to pay him $6,000. What would you pay for a dance from Tatum?
Watch the clip below.
In addition to a lap dance, Hayek hinted at another dance between her and Tatum during her interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live! She recalled a moment when her costar “almost killed her” during rehearsal.
“You know, this one part that’s not in it where I’m upside down and my legs had to be somewhere. But upside down, one loses sense of direction, and I didn’t do what I was supposed to do, so in the rehearsal, I went like, head down, almost hit my head,” she said.
While Tatum was trying to keep Hayek in the air, her head was spinning wondering if she had put on underwear that day. Why did this matter? Because he was holding onto her pants and they were slipping.
“So, instead of putting my hands to protect my head, I just held onto the pants. He’s like, ‘Put your hands up,’ and I’m like, ‘No, no, no, no.’ Everybody came in and kind of took me away from him, and he said, ‘What’s wrong with you?’ I said, ‘What’s wrong with me? You nearly killed me!'”
All About Magic Mike’s Last Dance
Joining Tatum and Hayek on screen are Caitlin Gerard, Ayub Khan Din, Christopher Bencomo, Gavin Spokes, Jemelia George, Juliette Motamed, and Vicki Pepperdine. Magic Mike’s Last Dance is directed by Steven Soderbergh, created by Warner Bros. and will premiere in theaters on Friday.