Starring: Rick Malambri as Luke, Adam G. Sevani as Moose, Sharni Vinson as Natalie, Alyson Stoner as Camille
New York's intense street dancing underground comes alive in eye-popping Digital 3D in the third instalment of the STEP UP franchise as the raw, passion-fuelled culture goes global. A tight-knit group of street dancers, including Luke (RICK MALAMBRI) and Natalie (SHARNI VINSON), team up with NYU freshman Moose (ADAM SEVANI), and find themselves pitted against the world's best breakdancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.
Director: Jon Chu Cast: Rick Malambri, Adam G. Sevani, Sharni Vinson Official site: www.stepupmovie.com
A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.
Director Jon Chu Interview for Step Up 3D
Step Up 3D Director Jon Chu talks about filming in 3D and the cast involved in the film
Step Up 3-D - Characrers TV Spot
Introduction to the Step Up 3-D characters
Step Up 3-D - Featurette: 'Step It Up'
The effect of filming Step Up 3-D in 3D
Step Up 3-D - 'Are You #BFABB'
Why Do You Dance? Are You #BFABB? Create your own video showing your dance moves.
Step Up 3-D - 'Meet The Characters'
Meet the characters in Step Up 3-D
Step Up 3-D - 'Look inside the dance'
A behind the scenes look at all the different types of dance styles in Step Up 3-D
Step Up 3-D - 'Behind the Moves'
A behind the scenes look at all the different battles and what went in to making Step Up 3-D
Step Up (2006) - “ Borrowing heavily from predecessors like Fame and Save the Last Dance, choreographer- turned-director Anne "Mama" Fletcher has made a dance romance that might provoke the old Brooklyn disco king Tony Manero to grab a big hammer and go Italian-crazy on the plagiarists. Buff Channing Tatum, late of She's the Man, is a second-rate Eminem type from the seedy reaches of Baltimore, and his only outlet is busting a few moves. ”
Step Up 2: The Streets (2008) - “ With Step Up 2 the Streets, the supposed-but-not-really sequel to 2006's sleeper Step Up, you get what you pay for. That is to say, there are lots of energetic dance moves, throbbing music that uses every channel of the theater's digital sound system, and a good looking girl who looks even sexier slicked down by water. In fact, all this is almost enough to make one forget about the cardboard characters, trite storyline, feeble romance, and embarrassing sermonizing about everyone getting along together. But those who venture into theaters for Step Up 2 probably won't care about those things. ”
Step Up 3D (2010) - “ For those addicted to film about street dancing, filled with jaw-gaping routines, pulsating hip-hop music and a flimsy plot to hang it all together, here's another one in the mould. Ironically, it isn't the quality of the dancing that differentiates one film from the other, as a rule it is a given that the dancing will be top notch. The yardstick lies in the storyline, the appeal of the characters and how that fabulous dancing is used. ”
The cast of "Step Up 3D" Rick Malambri, Adam G. Sevani, Sharni Vinson, Alyson Stoner and Jonathan "Legacy" Perez bonded through the training and intensity of shooting the new film, and their connection is evident as they, along with director Jon M. Chu, gather to talk about the flick on a temperate summer day at the Mondrian hotel in West Hollywood. They giggle and poke fun at each other like kids at summer camp like when Sevani, who plays torn-between-school-and-dance Moose, blurts out that he just discovered who Fred Astaire was, hes met with gasps of honest shock from the others before they burst into laughter.
'Step Up 3D' Cast Reveals Their Signature Dance Moves
The cast of "Step Up 3D" hit the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on Monday night to premiere the latest flick in the dance movie franchise. When the movie opens on Friday, fans will get the chance to see some smooth moves on the big screen in 3-D. So when the actors and dancers featured in the film aren't dancing for the flick, what are their real-life go-to dance moves? They revealed all on the red carpet.