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chocolate city film pics Twitter Model Tyson Beckford, far left, and singer Ginuwine, far right, with other 'Chocolate City' cast members.

London - Move over Magic Mike, the ladies want their slab of Chocolate City.

After the success of Channing Tatum’s stripper movie, it’s time for the brothers to get in on the action and a number of ebony hunks have signed up for the project. They include Michael Jai White, the martial artist and super muscular star of the Why Did I Get Married rom-com series. He will be joined by young rapper Romeo Miller, former male supermodel Tyson Beckford and former RnB favourite Ginuwine.

In the film, Miller plays a college student desperate to make ends meet. White, who owns a strip club, enlists his talents. He becomes a star, stepping on the toes of the club’s former main attraction, played by Beckford.

The film is currently in production in California, although there is no word yet on when it will be released. Beckford shared one of his highlights from the movie so far.

"We do have a good fight scene, we have a good fight scene," he said. "I won't tell you who wins or loses, but at some point, yeah. I always love those parts in the movies. You get to work with a fight coordinator, and it's fun. But me personally, I like to really be hit in the movie because it gives the audience more of a... You can see how real it is when you do that."

Beckford’s many female admirers will rejoice at the fact that the sexy model bares his butt in one scene. Meanwhile, it has been reported that a few of the female extras on set have been treated to private lap dances by some of the male cast.

For the men who might have to tag along with super-excited girlfriends and wives to this movie, don’t fear – there’s some eye-candy for you too. Carmen Electra and Vivica A Fox have also signed up for this film. - BANG Showbiz

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