Transcript for Channing Tatum Begins Writing Magic Mike 2
Josh, we're beginning with Channing Tatum. One of my favorite thespians who is getting inspiration from a magical muse he posted on Facebook. He posted it on Sunday announcing what better way to start writing "Magic Mike 2" than with my old friend Dallas. Is that mcconaughey? Yes, of course, he has a bust of Matthew mcconaughey on his desk, Duh. Why wouldn't he? The sequel will be more of a road trip movie. If you cannot wait for that, there's always "Magic Mike: The musical" expect to hit Broadway before the second movie. I already purchased matinee seats for you and I. I believe you rented the entire theater. I just really need to process when I'm watching it. Also in pop -- George, I have a lot of news to get to. Also in "Pop news" this morning, the plush palace of legendary gangster Al Capone is up for sale on palm island in Miami beach, Florida. And it can be yours for $8.5 million. Yeah. Built in 1922, this seven-bedroom home with two-story guest cabana and private sandy beach this is where the Chicago mobster lived before and after he was sent to alcatraz. After? Before and after, yeah. He went back to that. He turned the baby mansion into a for tress when he got back with armored guards and reinforced doors everywhere. I just wanted you to see pictures of real estate, you know I do love -- And warmth. The palm trees. Amazing. Get back to that. Yeah. Well, he had his ways. Yes. And finally, Henry Cavill's performance in "Man of steel" had audiences raving but for this 16-month-old boy it was a truly out of this world experience. Check him out watching Superman for the very first time. This is the famous flight sequence. And that little boy. He's flying right there with him. Can't get enough. Come on, show the good part. There he is. He's flying. His arms are high. You know, in "Pop news" we always want to end it -- we like to start it with a little something for the moms. There he is. And end it with a little something for the moms. There you go. That's "Pop news," everybody.
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