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Channing Tatum Fooled Theater Full of Women Into Thinking He Was an Old, Sad Man

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Channing Tatum and the Magic Mike XXL squad held a very special screening of the imminent male stripper sequel. Scott of Harley Marketing Solutions, a.k.a. Channing Tatum in disguise, held research-fueled interviews with the participants, and informed them that the screening will be 3-D. This batch of Magic Mike fans were unaware that shirtless men would wind up climbing them to the beat of strobe lightsas told by the self-fanning and high-pitched screams.

The actor went undercover to promote his charity-driven sweepstakes, which includes meeting him at the movie's premiere.