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BTS Step Up 3D Underground Dance Scene

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Uploaded on Jul 22, 2009

The intense underground street dancing scene of New York City is back in an all-new installment of 'Step Up,' and ET is behind the scenes for the first-ever 3D dance drama!

In theaters summer 2010, 'Step Up 3' goes global: The story follows a passionate, tight-knit group of street dancers (featuring Rick Malambri, Sharni Vinson, with the returning Adam Sevani and Alyson Stoner) who find themselves pitted against the world's best breakdancers in a high-stakes showdown. Can they beat the odds and step up to the top?

"This is the big, big final battle," says Sharni. "My trainer says that when you're working for the Olympics you don't work this hard."

"There's 10 times more dancing than the last movie," says Adam.

"It adds another layer, another energy," agrees Alyson.

Jon M. Chu, who made his feature directorial debut on the box-office hit 'Step Up 2: The Streets,' returns to direct, with authentic locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

"There's an epic amount of dancers on stage right now, just to fit them all in is craziness," says Jon about the day's big dance scene.

The influence of Michael Jackson's moves and music is definitely not lost on this cast and crew, and 'Step Up 3' co-choreographer Jamal Sims says his first paid dance gig was for Michael's video "Remember the Time."

"I was 17, went in there nervous off the streets," says Jamal. "I went in front of him and did the dance, and went over in the corner and he looked over and gave me the thumbs up. So I got the thumbs up from Michael.

"Even today, before we started, everybody decided we're gonna do this for Michael," he continues. "I think he'd be proud to see this going on in his honor."

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