Playing a stripper in "Magic Mike XXL" wasn't that much of a stretch for star Channing Tatum. After all, he worked as a stripper for a short time before striking gold in the film industry ("Magic Mike" is actually based loosely on his life). Despite his big-screen success, Tatum, 35, said that he would consider one more chance to return to his exotic-dancing ways.

"Well, we're going to start a ['Magic Mike'] show in Vegas, and I'll never say never," Tatum told Vanity Fair. "I wouldn't mind going out there and doing it one more time. Or maybe twice."

Tatum then took a moment to reconsider and admitted it can be uncomfortable being onstage in next to nothing in front of hundreds of people.

Round 1 for 'Creed'

The Twitterverse was all abuzz over Tuesday's release of the trailer for "Creed," the next entry in the "Rocky" franchise. Michael B. Jordan stars as Adonis Johnson Creed, the son of boxer Rocky Balboa's late friend and onetime rival Apollo Creed. Sylvester Stallone returns as Rocky, who is now Adonis Creed's mentor and trainer.

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The gritty trailer shows the intensity of Jordan's character as he trains to become the ultimate fighter and live up to his father's reputation.

The movie is scheduled to open Nov. 25.

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