Lenny Kravitz might have been joking on Instagram when he mentioned he was “prepared” to audition for a task for a 3rd installment of the “Magic Mike” movie franchise, however some followers assume it’s no laughing matter.
The rock star impressed the “Magic Mike” concept after he posted images on Instagram on Wednesday that featured him holding an influence software whereas sporting an open shirt.
“Wednesday. 2:55pm. Constructing a deck,” he wrote within the put up’s caption.
Kravitz’s picture garnered a whole lot of consideration, together with a response from Channing Tatum, who mentioned, partially: “Can be calling you shortly to get into your schedule my pal.”
The “Fly Away” singer’s daughter, Zoë Kravitz, chimed in and jokingly inspired Tatum to think about her dad for a task in a 3rd “Magic Mike” film. Tatum starred within the first 2012 “Magic Mike” movie and its sequel, “Magic Mike XXL,” in 2015.
“You auditioning for MM3?” she quipped to Tatum within the feedback part of the put up.
“I’ve been prepared!” the rock star responded.
Followers of Lenny Kravitz have apparently been prepared too.
“You positive have,” one commenter wrote.
“Simply take all my cash lol,” one other wrote.
“We’re all prepared!” wrote one other.
Kravitz usually talks about his robust bond along with his daughter, whom he shares with actor Lisa Bonet.
Final 12 months, he advised Trevor Noah throughout a digital look on “The Each day Present” that his relationship with Zoë Kravitz is a “true blessing.”
Whereas the longer term stays unclear on whether or not Tatum and Lenny Kravitz will ever work collectively on a “Magic Mike” movie, Zoë Kravitz and Tatum have a mission within the works.
Zoë Kravitz will make her movie directing debut with a thriller titled “Pussy Island,” starring Tatum, Deadline reported final month. The movie is about to start manufacturing early subsequent 12 months on an undisclosed tropical island, the publication reported.
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