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Joe Manganiello's stripper documentary 'La Bare' has new, slightly depressing red-band trailer -- VIDEO


A new red-band trailer for La Bare, Joe Manganiello’s feature directorial debut following the men of the titular Dallas strip club that’s been in business since 1978, has hit. It starts with plenty of cowboy-hat-topped skin and choice quotes: “Even though every time I get a hug I  give ‘em a dollar, I still feel like they’re my friends,” says one happy customer. And then it gets real, addressing the murder of a dancer dubbed “the real Magic Mike.”

But before the buzz you imagine having when you go see this film is totally ruined, it’s back to more skin and cheeky language: “This summer get exposed… To a new kind of super hero… A different type of action… With romance… Adventure…And special effects.”

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Sundance 2014: Joe Manganiello bares all about his male stripper doc 'La Bare' -- VIDEO

When Joe Manganiello filmed 2012’s Magic Mike with Stephen Soderbergh, he couldn’t help but think that the real world of male strippers would make a fascinating documentary. Fast-forward to 2014, and the True Blood actor’s directorial debut, La Bare, is premiering at Sundance.

Watch Joe and his brother, Nick Manganiello, talk to EW’s Sara Vilkomerson about the stripped-down doc (sorry) below:

Slamdance 2014: Joe Manganiello's male stripper doc bares all -- EXCLUSIVE TRAILER


True Blood star Joe Manganiello never thought he’d be making a documentary about male strippers. But after his turn as the firefighter-suit-clad dancer Big Dick Richie in Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike, he found himself wanting to know more about the club scene.

“I had zero interest in male stripping prior to Magic Mike. As a straight male, I had a lot of misperceptions about the industry,” Manganiello tells EW.  “I had a really good friend who once mumbled under his breath that he’d been a male dancer in the 90s. I just let that one go, I didn’t pry at all, I didn’t want to know anything. But when I got the offer from Steven to do Magic Mike, he was my first phone call. When I sat down with him, the stories that he told were nothing of what I expected, and really just mind-blowing. It was sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll. It was the rock star lifestyle.”

Following Magic Mike, Manganiello and his brother Nick, who’s also his producing partner, decided to shoot some footage at Dallas male strip club La Bare and created a sizzle reel for what they thought was going to be a reality TV show. But urged by Soderbergh to tell a deeper story about the iconic Dallas dance club, they turned it into a documentary, La Bare, which premieres at the Slamdance Festival in Park City, Utah this week.

“People would walk out of Magic Mike saying  ‘I loved it but I wish there was more of the guys. I wish I knew more about them, where they live, who they go out with, what their lives are like.’ So I knew there was a lot left on the table,” Manganiello says of his inspiration for the documentary, which he funded with his own money.

For a taste of the film and the dancers Manganiello met in Dallas, check out the exclusive trailer premiere for La Bare, below.

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