Learn Some New Moves with the Step Up 3D Cast
Monday, October 17 by Natalie Kuchik

You might be surprised at how little acting experience the majority of the "Step Up 3D" cast members have. What they lack in acting experience, they make up for in…

Justin Bieber’s Movie Lands ‘Step Up 3D’ Director
Thursday, August 12 by

The Justin Bieber biopic has found its director, and a more fitting choice could not have been made. His name: Jon Chu.

"Who's Jon Chu," you ask? Oh, I don't know. He's only the director behind a little film called Step Up 3D, 2010's hottest dance based 3D movie! That's who Jon Chu is, b*tch! Who the hell are you?

Cinema Blend is reporting that over 20 directors applied for the job, but Chu ultimately won out because of his previous experience with 3D films. That, and he was the only one of the bunch who wasn't a convicted sex offender.

Rest easy, Justin. Jon Chu won't try to touch you in your bikini area.

Review: ‘Step Up 3D’
Wednesday, August 4 by

Step Up 3D
PG-13, 107m., 2010
Cast: Adam G. Santi, Alyson Stoner, Rick Marabi, Sharni Vinson with a whole bunch of  break and back up dancers
Directed by Jon Chu

Step Up 3D is pure soda pop entertainment, where between the carbonation bubbles of flashy dance sequences you get that sugar crash of acting and story.
More after the jump…

Step Up 3D
Wednesday, August 4 by

 
 
Director: Jon Chu
Cast: Adam G. Saventi, Alyson Stoner, Sharni Vinson, Rick Malambri
Synopsis: A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.
Release Date: August 6, 2010
 
 
 
 

‘Step Up 3D’ Actress Sharni Vinson
Tuesday, August 3 by

While my boss rightfully makes fun of me for going to see Step Up 3D, Sharni Vinson, another hot chick from down under, definitely deserves the girl gallery treament. Sharni may not yet possess the acting talent to support an entire movie, but she does have the moves to keep us wanting for more. The 3D doesn't hurt matters either.
A word from Sharni: "Though I have no experience dancing in 3D, I did the best I could."
I've heard dancing in 3D is much like regular dancing, considering life is lived in 3D. 
More pics of fly Sharni after the jump…