In September, Warner Bros. Discovery announced that “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” would get a theatrical release instead of one on HBO Max.
And Steven Soderbergh fans couldn’t be happier about the news. It’s Soderbergh’s first movie in a theater since 2018’s “Unsane,” and it caps off a trilogy that boasts pretty wild in-person screening experiences.
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