After a fight with Channing Tatum over the Oscars, Thandiwe Newton has been cut from the ‘Magic Mike’ sequel.

After a furious dispute on set with Channing Tatum about Will Smith’s infamous Oscars smackdown of Chris Rock, Thandiwe Newton was reportedly removed from the next “Magic Mike” film.

According to the Sun, the fight between Newton, 49, and Tatum, 41, began in early April and quickly escalated to such “astonishing” and “unimaginably violent” proportions that Tatum stormed off the set of “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” in West London and sped away in a car.

According to the article, the crew had been filming for 11 days before the sudden change of events.

According to Variety, the sequel’s producers ultimately decided to replace Newton’s major female character, which will now be performed by Salma Hayek.

According to the Sun’s article, it’s unknown when the epic dispute took place or what stances Newton and Tatum adopted in their passionate debate.

The altercation escalated to a very high level that caused Channing Tatum to drive off in a car and leave the set of “Magic Mike’s Last Dance.” The altercation escalated to a very high level that caused Channing Tatum to drive off in a car and leave the set of “Magic Mike’s Last Dance.”

“The producer and number one on set is Channing Tatum. The number two star is Thandwie Newton. But it’s all finished after 11 days of shooting,” a team member told a British tabloid.

“They had a falling out over the Oscars fiasco. I was working on the set. I kept an eye on both her and him. They were coming and going from the residence where we were filming this altercation.

“It started off as a tense exchange of words, but it quickly escalated.” “Channing got into this car and he vanished,” the insider claimed, adding that Newton had been acting like a “diva” on set before the argument.

Following the squabble, Tatum, who plays Magic Mike, refused to work on the HBO Max project with Newton.

Producers decided to re-cast Thandie Newton’s lead female role to be played by Salma Hayek, according to Variety.Producers decided to recast Thandiwe Newton’s lead female role to be played by Salma Hayek, according to Variety.

“After the fight, he simply said, ‘I’m not working with her any more.’ “She’s off the movie because he’s a producer and it’s his movie,” the source told the Sun.

According to the source, director Steven Soderbergh tried unsuccessfully to defuse the situation.

“He was attempting to de-escalate the situation, but he’s a very quiet man.”

A spokesman for the film studio told Variety that the rumor was false and that Newton left the project for personal reasons.

The director, Steven Soderbergh, tried to diffuse the situation, but it wouldn't resolve the feud between Thandie Newton and Channing Tatum, the source reportedly said.The director, Steven Soderbergh, tried to defuse the situation, but it didn’t resolve the feud between Thandiwe Newton and Channing Tatum, the source reportedly said.

The statement reportedly read, “Thandiwe Newton has made the painful decision to step away from the production of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Magic Mike’s Last Dance to deal with family problems.”

The production delay, according to freelance crew members, has already cost them thousands of dollars in missing income.

After a “legion of lustful, middle-aged women” stormed the set in an attempt to catch a sight of Tatum dressed as an oiled-up male dancer, the cast was shaken up.

The film “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” is the third in the series. The first two films were hugely successful, making about $300 million globally.

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