Magic Mike is making his way to Sin City.
In his first Facebook Live video, Channing Tatum revealed that his big screen stripper franchise "Magic Mike" is going to give fans the experience live and in 3-D.
Tatum announced that the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino will become the permanent home of handyman-turned-stripper Mike Lane with "Magic Mike Live," a re-imagination of the male strip show based on "Magic Mike" and the sequel, "Magic Mike XXL."
But audiences won't be seeing Tatum shirtless and doing the side-worm on stage (unless he decides to do a surprise appearance, of course).
"Magic Mike has been a special and very personal project for me, and this show is a natural extension of that," the star said. "So while I won't be on stage as Mike, `Magic Mike Live Las Vegas' is my vision and I'm looking forward to spending a lot of time in Las Vegas creating something that will give women what they really want."
According to the news release, the show is "anticipated to open for preview performances in March 2017," and "will recreate the mythic Club Domina with a sizzling 360-degree dance and acrobatic strip tease spectacular, guaranteed to bring on the heat."