Just in time for the gift giving season, the Step Up: Revolution 3-D Blu-ray Disc and DVD contains more than two hours of special features including deleted scenes, music videos from J. Lo and Timbaland, multiple featurettes and commentary with the director, choreographer and several cast members. The Step Up: Revolution 3-D Blu-ray Disc and DVD will be available November 27, 2012.
Love and dance take center stage in Step Up: Revolution, the latest film in the wildly popular Step Up franchise, arriving on 3-D Blu-ray (includes 3-D and standard version of the), DVD & VCD this November from Summit Entertainment, a Lionsgate company. Featuring the hottest hip-hop soundtrack and jaw-dropping dance moves, Step Up: Revolution stars up-and-coming performers, dancer Kathryn McCormick (TV’s So You Think You Can Dance) and MMA fighter and model Ryan Guzman making his feature film debut.
Touching upon themes of love, injustice and hope, the film, set in Miami, follows two dancers leading a crew in cutting-edge dance performances that ultimately rally the locals to protest against planned commercial development that would wipe out their homes and businesses. The fourth installment in the fan-favorite film franchise Step Up, Step Up: Revolution is directed by Scott Speer, written by Amanda Brody and based on characters created by Duane Adler, and produced by Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot, Patrick Wachsberger and Erik Feig.
Blu-ray/DVD Special Features:
Audio commentary with director Scott Speer, choreographer Jamal Sims and cast members Kathryn McCormick and Ryan Guzman
“Becoming A Star” featurette
“Dancing On Their Own” featurette
“Making The Mob” featurette
“Goin’ In” – Jennifer Lopez featuring Flo Rida & Lil’ Jon music video
“Hands In The Air” – Timbaland featuring Ne-Yo music video
Flash Mob Index – check out all of The Mob’s dance sequences
Step Up: Revolution was released July 27th, 2012 and stars Cleopatra Coleman, Misha Gabriel Hamilton, Ryan Guzman, Michael ‘Xeno’ Langebeck, Stephen Boss, Claudio Pinto, Nicole Dabeau, Chris Charles. The film is directed by Scott Speer.
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