Los Angeles: Channing Tatum says he is ready to pay his "part of money" to actor George Clooney to see him play a role in the upcoming third instalment of stripper film 'Magic Mike'.

Channing Tatum and George Clooney
Channing Tatum and George Clooney. Pics/Santa Banta

"If he would do 'Magic Mike 3', I will give him all of my part of the money. It's all yours," Tatum said in a joint interview with Clooney to eonline.com.

Clooney joked: "I can use the money".

Tatum has even come up with a possible name for Clooney's stripper character.

"I think he'd go with his actual name. You can't really beat that," he said.

Clooney suggested: "Big George?"

The duo will next be seen in "Hail Caesar", which is slated to release on February 5.

Directed and written by the Coen brothers, the comedy-drama movie also stars Josh Brolin, Scarlett Johansson, Jonah Hill, Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes.