'Step Up: All In' Theatrical Trailer Busts Some Moves in Las Vegas
by Ethan Anderton
June 5, 2014
"There's a magic that happens when you dance." If you've been craving a return of big dance moves on the big screen, then this theatrical trailer for the sequel Step Up: All In is for you. Tons of the stars of the previous films come together for a big dance battle in Las Vegas. But first, a dance crew must come together in Los Angeles. One of the characters laments, "I though LA was was supposed to be the place where dreams actually happened." Apparently that guy didn't do his research before headed to the City of Angels. Anyway, this movie is all about the dancing, and those sequences sure do look impressive, even if the movie doesn't.
Here's the theatrical trailer for Step Up: All In from YouTube:
Step Up: All In is directed by Trish Sie (who directed the infamous treadmill music video from the band OK Go) and written by John Swetnam. In the next latest entry in the Step Up franchise, all-stars from previous installments come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers. Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Adam Sevani, Misha Gabriel, Alyson Stoner, Stephen 'tWitch' Boss, Mari Koda, Chris Scott, Luis Rosado, Chadd Smith and Martin and Facundo Lombard all star in the film produced by Hairspray director Adam Shankman, and Summit Entertainment releases it on July 25th.
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
I remember speaking to a member of the Rocksteady Crew about their time in Vegas, he said it was one of the reasons he got into crack as it was so terrible. From this type of dancing it always was better to watch in a circle at a jam, the stuff that happened on stage was never as good. Saying that the visuals in this will be good for the tele-eye balls
Carpola on Jun 5, 2014
I hope they have a crack side plot in the film.
Nielsen700 on Jun 6, 2014
'I can't take this dancing no more man, ahm on the pipes yo!'
Carpola on Jun 6, 2014
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