Watch: Summit Unleashes a Ridiculous 'Step Up Revolution' Trailer
"It's time for protest art!" Another one? Indeed. This time Summit has taken over and instead of calling it Step Up 4 3D x10, it's just called Step Up Revolution, directed by Scott Speer, of "The LXD" previously. The trailer has just premiered online via ClevverTV and it's two-and-a-half minutes packed full of dancing ridiculousness, from floating cars to painted museum art come-to-life to office building dance offs to giant trash robots to dancing policemen. Yea, it's exciting. The obviously beautiful-looking cast this time includes Kathryn McCormick, Ryan Guzman, Stephen Boss, Chadd Smith and Megan Boone. Have fun!
Watch the first official trailer for Scott Speer's Step Up Revolution, in high def on YouTube:
"It's more than a step, it's a revolution!" Emily (Kathryn McCormick) arrives in Miami with aspirations to become a professional dancer. She soon sparks with Sean, the leader of a dance crew whose neighborhood is threatened by Emily's father's new development plans. For more updates, visit their Facebook or Twitter.
Step Up Revolution is the feature directorial debut of filmmaker Scott Speer, who worked on Jon M. Chu's "The LXD" and directed The LXD 2: Secrets of the Ra, and produced The Beat as well. The screenplay was written by newcomer Jenny Mayer. Produced by Offspring and Summit Entertainment, Step Up 4, or Step Up Revolution, is being released in 3D in theaters on July 27th this summer. Looks pretty crazy, eh?