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It’s just me and Briana, and we’re doing a throwback groove. In the choreography, there are a lot of dances that are late ‘80s/early ‘90s that everyone will recognize from doing them at a wedding or a celebration, of some sort. It wasn’t hard or anything, but it was just about having fun.
Moose has become one of the fan favorite characters from the films.
It was amazing to have that dynamic and play off of each other, throughout the whole movie.
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” It’s funny to see that his character, Moose, has such a huge affect on people. Jem and the Holograms has no dancing for me, but I’m showing you a new side of me by singing. She was like, “That used to be one of my favorite cartoons, and my sister loves that.” With her reaction, I was like, “Wow, this must be big! Everybody is finding their way, and finding out who they want to become and how they want to become that. Her character is a relatable mom who is trying to find herself after all of these adversities that she’s gone through in life.
I know who Jem is and I had the Jem dolls, when I was a kid, but did you have any idea who the characters were, before doing the film? If they do a sequel, maybe I’ll throw on a purple wig, or have to grow my hair out and die it purple. Just think, if Jem gets a sequel, you’ll be a part of both a dancing franchise and a singing franchise, when you were neither a dancer nor a singer. My character is just a lusting, love-filled, obsessed kid who sees this person that he lives next door to, and just becomes infatuated.
Is the dancing easier, once you’ve already done a Step Up movie, or is it as big of a challenge each time?
GUZMAN: Each one shows a different style, but it was a little easier this time. I was just seeing it, right in front of my eyes, and trying to learn from that.
Step Up All In takes one of the most popular dance franchises in film history to all new heights, following Miami street dancer Sean Asa (Ryan Guzman) as he tries to make it in Hollywood, only to discover the almost insurmountable odds of making it in the professional dance world.