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Jon Chu Step Up 3d
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Summit is dancing its way back to "Step Up," tapping choreographer Wade Robson to direct the fourth, Miami-set installment in the film franchise.
The dance battling couldn't be contained on screen at Monday night's preem for Touchstone's "Step Up 3D." Some thesps even brought their moves to the W Hotel rooftop after-party dance floor.
This vapid street-dance soap opera boasts the series' flashiest moves and klutziest script yet.
Director Jon Chu is stepping up to produce his next project for the Internet. The helmer has paired up with Agility Studios to create "The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers" as a scripted Web series…
Disney will proceed with a third installment of its hit dance franchise "Step Up," tentatively titled "Step Up 3-D."