Briana evigan and robert hoffman still dating

10-Dec-2016 07:41

Chase is convinced they can win an underground dance battle called the Streets. Director Jon Chu guides his actors smoothly through the formulaic script, but his greatest asset is knowing how to shoot dance scenes to full effect.

From the explosive opening to the fierce finale, he throws his actors on subway tracks, hidden trampolines and rain-soaked streets to make the most of the dynamic choreography.

After her dance crew vandalizes a subway station, her frustrated guardian sends her to the prestigious, and demanding, Maryland School of the Arts. She hates the entitled attitude of arrogant students like Chase Collins (Hoffman), and she no longer has time for her crew, the 410.

When they finally kick her out, Chase suggests he and Andie join forces with a bunch of MSA outcasts (including one-to-watch Adam Sevani).

Andie, who doesn't care about school, is trying to figure out where she fits in in life.

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Yep, Step Up definitely considered itself a gritty drama, but it still established the now-mandatory final dance competition/audition scene and, spoiler alert, Nora and Tyler absolutely kill it. The leading lady this time is Andie (Briana Evigan), who we learn via a cameo appearance by Channing Tatum, was once Tyler's foster sister.We can now add to this list 'hunks doing body-rolls' because with Step Up All In, everybody's favorite dance-movie franchise has finally unlocked this rarified achievement: a FIFTH theatrically released film! Like the Friday the 13th franchise before it, the first movie in the Step Up franchise is the outlier of the series in that both films' signature features weren't actually present yet (which, in the case of Friday, was Jason Voorhees, and in the case of Step Up was ACTUAL FUN).But for those who weren't already familiar with this very important series it can be hard to keep straight how all five seemingly stand-alone movies actually relate to one another (they do! That's because Anne Fletcher's 2006 dance drama was more concerned with a wrong-side-of-the-tracks romance than exciting set-pieces.In a star-making turn for Channing Tatum (well, star-making to those who hadn't already seen his star-making turn in Amanda Bynes' finest hour She's the Man), the model turned actor used his legit dancing skills previously only seen in Florida strip clubs to dazzling effect.Tatum played Tyler, a kid who'd grown up in the system and fell in with the wrong crew, leading him to vandalize a local arts high school.

Yep, Step Up definitely considered itself a gritty drama, but it still established the now-mandatory final dance competition/audition scene and, spoiler alert, Nora and Tyler absolutely kill it. The leading lady this time is Andie (Briana Evigan), who we learn via a cameo appearance by Channing Tatum, was once Tyler's foster sister.

We can now add to this list 'hunks doing body-rolls' because with Step Up All In, everybody's favorite dance-movie franchise has finally unlocked this rarified achievement: a FIFTH theatrically released film! Like the Friday the 13th franchise before it, the first movie in the Step Up franchise is the outlier of the series in that both films' signature features weren't actually present yet (which, in the case of Friday, was Jason Voorhees, and in the case of Step Up was ACTUAL FUN).

But for those who weren't already familiar with this very important series it can be hard to keep straight how all five seemingly stand-alone movies actually relate to one another (they do! That's because Anne Fletcher's 2006 dance drama was more concerned with a wrong-side-of-the-tracks romance than exciting set-pieces.

In a star-making turn for Channing Tatum (well, star-making to those who hadn't already seen his star-making turn in Amanda Bynes' finest hour She's the Man), the model turned actor used his legit dancing skills previously only seen in Florida strip clubs to dazzling effect.

Tatum played Tyler, a kid who'd grown up in the system and fell in with the wrong crew, leading him to vandalize a local arts high school.

At the time, it was somewhat therapeutic to write on the back of these napkins, and then when I left, when we finally got to L. GC: Robert Hoffman is me, right, and Ali Cobrin is Junie Hoang, and it’s funny because Junie has a little bit of celebrity in herself because she’s the girl who was taking on IMDB for posting her real age.