The comedy-drama films "Magic Mike "and "Magic Mike XXL" about male strippers both proved to be big box office successes. On Monday, actor Channing Tatum said he is back with his famous dance moves for another sequel, “Magic Mike’s Last Dance."

Tatum tweeted a picture of the script and said, “Well world, looks like Mike Lane’s tapping back in,” and tagged HBO Max.

The new film will premiere exclusively on HBO Max and will bring back the original director Steven Soderbergh, along with writer Reid Carolin. Gregory Jacobs, Carolin, Nick Wechsler and Peter Kiernan are set to be producing as well.

“There are no words for how excited I am to blow the doors off of the world of Magic Mike with Steven, Greg, Reid, and the amazing people at HBO Max,” said Tatum in the press release. “The stripperverse will never be the same.”

"Magic Mike’s Last Dance" will be a Warner Bros. production. Toby Emmerich, Chairman of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, announced the production company’s excitement to bring one last round of "Magic Mike."

“Is there anybody on screen more charismatic and appealing than Magic Mike?” Emmerich said in the press release. “We’re thrilled to be back in business with Channing, Steven and their creative team to bring back Magic Mike’s wonderful combination of dance, drama, romance and humor.”

The films inspired “Magic Mike Live” which has been a successful stage show since. The stage show originally started in Las Vegas, and eventually became international in London, Berlin and Australia.

"Magic Mike" was released in 2012 with a budget of just $7 million. It grossed over $113 million in the U.S. and its total gross was over $167 million."Magic Mike XXL" was released in 2015 and had a budget of $14.8 million and grossed $66 million in North America a worldwide box office total of $122.5 million.

"Magic Mike XXL" was released in 2015 and had a budget of $14.8 million and grossed $66 million in North America a worldwide box office total of $122.5 million.

Magic Mike Live will be going on a North American tour, starting on April 6, 2022. It will showcase in Nashville and Miami, along with other cities still to be announced.