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Topic - Alex Pettyfer
The waxing, the thongs, the perils of topless typecasting: Playing strippers taught the men of "Magic Mike" something about women.
Steven Soderbergh makes movies about sexy subjects, then strips away the sexiness about them. He is fascinated by process, often to a clinical extent.
"If men have a fantasy, they spend more time thinking about how to make it happen than women do," he said. "Women come to the (strip) club, they do their two-hour thing and then they drop it. Men are not like that. There's something behind it for them that they have to keep thinking about."
"Oh my god, I don't know how women shave," he said, adding that his skin was irritated for weeks.