Olivia Munn Talks Naked Magic Mike Men: I’d Go To Set On My Days Off!
First Published: June 21, 2012 2:12 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- She’s adorable, she’s funny and now, Olivia Munn has given us yet another reason to be jealous — the actress got to witness the oiled-up abs and hip thrusts of Hollywood’s hottest hunks on the “Magic Mike” set.
“Naked guys flopping around, flopping around,” Olivia told Access Hollywood with a coy smile, when asked about her “Magic Mike” experience at the premiere of her new HBO show, “The Newsroom,” in Los Angeles on Wednesday. “I took advantage of each and every one of them. Let’s not forget that there are many men in ‘Magic Mike,’ not just Channing [Tatum]! So, I took advantage of every single one of them.”
Like any hard-working woman would (wink!), Olivia did her due diligence when it came to putting in long hours on the set of the Steven Soderbergh-helmed stripper flick.
“I came to set when I wasn’t even on the sheet that day to come in,” Olivia said. “I’d come in specifically — I’d go out of my way and cancel all other stuff just to go in and watch them dance and then I would rate them.
“But I’m going to tell you that you can go see the movie and then you can [rate them] yourself,” she added. “I just got to see it up close, which, after a while, you just become dizzy and then you’re — it’s not healthy to do it as much as I did it.”
While all of the film’s men were indeed “magic,” Olivia said Matthew McConaughey – who plays strip club owner Dallas – exudes a mind-blowing sexiness.
“Matthew McConaughey is one of those specimens that — he comes from the earth,” she told Access. “His shirt is [always] off, he’s ripped, he’s in perfect shape and he’s just, yeah, it’s more strange when he’s wearing clothes!”
Watch Olivia conquer the big screen with the boys of “Magic Mike” when the film hits theaters on June 29.
“The Newsroom” premieres on Sunday at 10 PM on HBO.
-- Erin O’Sullivan
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