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He captured TV viewers attention as Al -- the tough but tender where wolf on the hit HBO show true blood.
Now actor Joseph mend and -- -- Sarah.
I is showing a bit more skin that's -- right -- one -- the male -- in the new movie magic might.
Which hits screens tomorrow.
And we're gonna find out Joseph what's magic about you.
Well a part of the movie of our you can't tell by daddy had to keep that your -- -- -- is it that is of these my character's name.
What he's named for nothing there's a couple.
That revealed why why why -- full exposure in this movie since it's on the Magic Johnson.
Basketball don't know.
And that guy -- had actually at that that completely works that's completely lord I opted for the most important question of the interview.
Is -- full exposure in the movie.
You got you'll get it out what Magic Johnson that's.
Tiger I was and I -- their heads into its annual report I read that the isn't has to the new partake in the movies.
Only because of of how much of a big deal was made of of me being -- on -- So I think there's sometimes a statement that you know.
For athletics here.
Let's say take pressure -- clock on TV our -- -- better not intellectual outside.
So that there was there was kind of a concern of that.
-- you know the type casting thing would have.
You know when you think about it it's -- typecast.
As working with people who won Oscars you know so you know -- you think about our involvement in what's been -- -- we're gonna go I think about Stallone's would do rocky but he still -- -- -- election will elect rhinestone cowboy.
No -- where's my parents and how although it could be typecasting war.
Channing Tatum who is a big star now and it real life started out it's male stripper he did -- I mean this is based on the world that he he grew up in during that time.
Which is you would he give you tips during the filming of this particular.
I'm an auto industry -- yet yeah.
I'm a little bit a little arm yeah I mean you can go to haven't talked to him about -- kind of you know what this meant what that meant I was very fortunate going and -- is because turns up in an old.
Friend of mine.
Was a male stripper in Dallas during the ninety's who actually use was the creator of the firemen routine at this club called the bear.
Which then I want to -- Talk about -- yeah.
You have so much experience and is now I know it in an earlier interview so there's four steps to stripping would you care to reveal.
What those four steps.
What what did I do have them written down and I just want to take your -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And then the fourth when I'm not sure I think somebody else actually came up with those I'm not necessarily me I mean it's more of light.
Put on your weird costume whether your firemen cops and -- cowboy.
And then you do your little choreography in character and then you just grind out a woman in his chair senator probably -- -- -- we'll find out if a man we'll see your movie.
In your judgement re right after this ain't gonna talk about your play a clip plus what does he do with all the singles but or not.
Greater range and -- that Iraq.
Elements do bad things.
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