"StreetDance 3D" proved a surprise smash at U.K. cinemas and did healthy biz abroad, beating "Step Up 3" to the punch as the first stereoscopic dance movie. Now "StreetDance 2" aims to repeat the…
Complaints about dim 3D projection and worries about how to "save 3D" are finally prompting action -- from one studio, anyway.
Defiantly unoriginal pic follows the popular dance-crew-battles-adversaries-for-fame-and-glory recipe familiar from the recent "Step Up" movies and Blighty's "StreetDance 3D."
Multidimensional entertainment that will send culture vultures swooning.
Summit is dancing its way back to "Step Up," tapping choreographer Wade Robson to direct the fourth, Miami-set installment in the film franchise.