Love heats up between two dance students from different backgrounds.
The follow-up to the smash hit Step Up, which ignited theaters in August 2006. When rebellious street dancer Andie (BRIANA EVIGAN) lands at the elite Maryland School of the Arts, she finds herself fighting to fit in while also trying to hold onto her old life. When she joins forces with the school s hottest dancer Chase (ROBERT HOFFMAN) to form a crew of classmate outcasts to compete in Baltimore s underground dance battle The Streets, she ultimately finds a way to live her dream while building a bridge between her two separate worlds. Featuring the directorial debut of award-winning up-and-comer Jon M. Chu, STEP UP 2 THE STREETS reunites much of the production team behind the original film including Step Up s cutting-edge hip-hop choreographer Jamal Sims, who is joined this time by choreographers Hi-Hat ( hip-hop s high diva of dance ) and Dave Scott ( Stomp the Yard ). Patrick Wachsberger and Erik Feig of Summit Entertainment produce with Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot of Offspring Entertainment.
Step Up 2 the Streets is more than great dance moves. There has to also be great music and here is a look at them shooting some of the music videos for the film.
Music video, 'Ching a Ling,' by Miss Elliott for Step Up 2 The Streets.
We get to see some of the great dance moves from the film along with Flo Rida's (Featuring T-Pain) song 'Low'.
Behind the scenes featurette for Step Up 2 The Streets offers video interviews with cast and crew along with clips from the film.
The follow-up to the 2006 smash hit, 'Step Up,' 'Step Up 2 the Streets' follows a rebellious street dancer Andie (Briana Evigan) as she embarks on a journey to fit in at the elite Maryland School of the Arts, where she meets Chase (Robert Hoffman), the school's hottest dancer. Featuring the directorial debut of Jon M. Chu, 'Step Up 2 the Streets' reunites much of the production team behind the original film, including the cutting-edge hip-hop choreographer Jamal Sims, who is joined this time by choreographers Hi-Hat ('hip-hop s high diva of dance') and Dave Scott ('Stomp the Yard').