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Magic Mike XXL and Beyond

Magic Mike XXL and Beyond

Magic Mike XXL, directed by Gregory Jacobs and featuring roles from Channing Tatum, Matt Boomer, Jada Pinket, Crystal Hunt, Kevin Nash and so many more, is an eye pleasing sequel to “Magic Mike”. The movie begins by focusing on Channing Tatum(Magic Mike) taking advantage of his beefy physique and running a construction company after hanging up the stripper uniform. Mike’s former dance crew passes through his hometown on their way to a strippers convention in Myrtle Beach. Hanging with his former crew for a night ignites Mike’s deep down passion for dancing, and he volunteers to ride with his crew to Myrtle Beach for their big show.

Magic Mike XXL is about the subject of male bonding, as well as focusing much attention on the ladies this time around. Divorcees, women of color and even some “gay” fans receive much attention from the dancers in this film, much unlike the first Magic Mike film. This time around, the dancing crew have something to prove, not to themselves, but for the attention seeking audience.

IMDb listed actress Crystal Hunt plays a role in Magic Mike XXL. She plays Lauren, a friend of Amber Heard, a woman that has a love interest for Magic Mike in the film. Lauren is part of a trio of sexy women in the movie, who of course, all have a specific love interest for a certain character. Crystal Hunt’s character has an attraction for “Ken”, a character portrayed by Matt Boomer.

Her website says Crystal Hunt was born in Clearwater, Florida, on February 5, 1985. Crystal started her career at just two years old, starring in pageants. Her most prominent pageant talent was acting. That is not surprising, as Crystal Hunt would later go on and become a successful actor and producer and even appear in many commercials.  She’s even got a pretty great aggregate Metacritic rating for the work that she’s taken part. She is perhaps, best known for her roles in daytime soap operas. She played Lizzie Spaulding, from 2003 to 2006 on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light, which she earned a Daytime Emmy Award nomination and a Soap Opera Digest Award nomination for. Crystal also starred on the soap One Life to Live, from 2009 to 2010, playing a character named Stacy Morasco. She has also appeared in the film The Derby Stallion. At the ripe young age of 30, Crystal Hunt has already made her claim to fame, but most certainty will continue to rise and shine in films and in life!