Sneak Peek Week kicked off strong with Kristen Stewart and Sam Claflin bringing you an exclusive look at "Snow White and the Huntsman" on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the cast of "That's My Boy," including Andy Samberg, Will Forte and Vanilla Ice, kept everyone laughing with a sneak peek at their R-rated comedy. And the first looks continue as Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey hit Universal's CityWalk to bring us "Magic Mike" on Thursday (May 31).
The film is loosely based on Tatum's time as a stripper. He plays an exotic dancer named Mike who takes newbie performer the Kid (Alex Pettyfer) under his wing to teach him the ways of partying, women and money. Watch as Tatum and McConaughey reveal it all live on MTV at 11 p.m. ET, and log on to MTV.com immediately after to catch a Q&A with the actors. As if the film's plot isn't enough to get you to tune in, here are five reasons to check it out!
Who doesn't love exclusives? With a steamy hot trailer satiating our thirst for a glimpse at the actors taking it all off, aren't you ready to see a scene from the movie — possibly a full strip tease or maybe a closer look at the Kid? We certainly are! Grab your dollar bills, your favorite late-night snack and get ready to be entertained.
Your Burning Questions Answered
If you haven't been tweeting @MTVNews your questions with the hashtag #MTVSneak, hop to it! Immediately following the exclusive clip, our very own Josh Horowitz will be sitting down with Tatum and McConaughey to ask them your Twitter questions! Spill everything you're dying to know — in 140 characters or less — and maybe the hunky actors will be answering you live on MTV.com!
Juicy Movie Details
During that same Q&A session, we'll have some questions of our own while the actors are in the hot, hot, hot seat. We were able to get Stewart and Claflin to revisit "Fifty Shades of Grey" and garnered details from "That's My Boy" star Milo Ventimiglia regarding Taylor Lautner's role in "Grown Ups 2." You never know what our persuasive power will get Tatum and McConaughey to spill — you'll have to watch to find out!
A Hilariously Good Time
If you haven't noticed, we like to have fun with celebrities who visit MTV headquarters. Last night we took the liberty of mashing up the faces of the actors in "That's My Boy" to see what their children would look like. (Horowitz and Ventimiglia made a surprisingly attractive child.) With Tatum revealing his knack for comedy in "21 Jump Street" — his talent proven by the film's ability to nab six Movie Award nominations — our time with the actor will be nothing short of entertaining.
Channing Tatum + Stripper Movie = Impromptu Dance Party?
Hey, it's MTV Movie Awards week. We're known for having some seriously outrageous moments and Tatum just so happens to be known for — aside from being an incredibly successful actor — his impressive dancing skill. So who knows, maybe Horowitz will get a lap dance. Anything can happen. Don't miss it!