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Thandiwe Newton Fired From ‘Magic Mike’ Sequel After Feuding With Channing Tatum

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English actress, Melanie Thandiwe Newton, who has won Emmy Award and British Academy Award, was part of the upcoming ‘Magic Mike’ Sequel. ‘Magic Mike’ is a comedy-drama film that was made in 2012 and was directed by Steven Soderbergh, Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Joe Manganiello, and more. Rumor has it that Newton has been replaced for the movie ‘Magic Mike’ sequel. It is assumed that the reason for Thandiwe Newton being ‘fired’ is because of a little conflict between Channing Tatum and Newton. Apparently, the conflict resulted in getting Thandiwe fired from the very set of the upcoming movie. However, her sources have come ahead and denied the rumors.

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Thandiwe Newton Denied Rumors About Being Fired

A report published by The Sun claimed that Thandiwe Newton and Channing Tatum got into a bit of heat. The feud between the two actors has been about Will Smith and Chris Rock’s drama at the Oscars, claims the Sun. Since then sources near Thandiwe have confirmed that the rumors are untrue and inaccurate. They have said that the actress left the film’s set after 11 days of shooting done in London because of some ‘personal family matters’.

Salma Hayek Is Taking Over Thandiwe’s Role

According to Newton’s sources:

Thandiwe Newton has made the difficult decision to step away from the production of Warner Bro. Pictures’ Magic Mike’s Last Dance to deal with family matters.

Furthermore, Channing Tatum, just like before, is a producer of the film. That is why it was not hard for fans to believe in the rumors. According to a previous source near Tatum, he had said:

I am not working with her anymore.

However, all of this has been debunked. Salma Hayek has replaced Thandiwe Newton in Magic Mike’s Last Dance. Channing Tatum is playing the male stripper in the movie. He described the film as ‘very, very female forward’. He stated:

I want to have equal if not even more centralized female character for Mike to really play off of and almost to…I don’t want to say (to have her) take the baton. But really let the movie be about a female’s experience and not Mike’s experience.

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