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Ryan Guzman and Briana Evigan Return to Star in Step Up 5

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Ryan Guzman and Briana Evigan Return to Star in Step Up 5
Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment announced today that Ryan Guzman and Briana Evigan will star in Step Up 5. The film is being directed by Trish Sie from a script written by John Swetnam. Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot are producing via their Offspring Entertainment banner. Offspring's Matt Smith is executive producing. Principal photography begins September 19th in Vancouver and Las Vegas.

In addition to Guzman and Evigan , more actors and dancers from the previous installments of Step Up are returning to reprise their roles in the fifth film in Summit's franchise. The full list of returning cast is as follows:

Sean: Ryan Guzman (Step Up: Revolution)

Andie: Briana Evigan (Step Up 2 the Streets)

Moose: Adam G. Sevani (Step Up 2 the Streets, Step Up 3D, Step Up: Revolution)

Eddy: Misha Gabriel Hamilton (Step Up: Revolution)

Camille: Alyson Stoner (Step Up, Step Up 3D)

Jason: Stephen 'tWitch' Boss (Step Up 3D,
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Alyson Stoner and Adam Sevani Returning for 'Step Up 5' (Exclusive)

Alyson Stoner and Adam Sevani Returning for 'Step Up 5' (Exclusive)
More of the Step Up family will return for the fifth installment. Alyson Stoner and Adam Sevani will return to play Camille Cage and Robert "Moose" Alexander III, respectively, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. The fifth film in Summit's dance franchise will be helmed by music video director and choreographer Trish Sie from a script by John Swetnam. Photos: The Best (and Worst) Dance Movies: From 'Step Up' to 'Black Swan' Jennifer Gibgot and Adam Shankman of Offspring Entertainment are producing with Offspring’s Matt Smith executive producing. Erik Feig, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group’s president of production, Meredith Milton, Summit’s

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Doctor Who Gallifrey One La Convention Preview

This is a big weekend for Whovians in the U.S with the Gallifrey One convention (#gally) taking place in La.

In it’s 23rd year this convention is pretty much as official as it gets ‘across the pond’ (no Pond intended) and has seen a huge swell of interest thanks to the intense promotional work and focus on American Who fandom since we first saw The Impossible Astronaut in 2011.

While not an “official” convention like the one to be held in Cardiff in late March, this one is crammed with guests that will interest both classic and current series fans (thought not Matt Smith and Karen Gillan as they are the primary focus of the official convention). Firstly, the day is being billed as a 1996 TV movie reunion with 8th Doctor Paul McGann reunited with Daphne Ashbrook, Yee Jee Tso, Eric Roberts and producer Philip Segal.

I wear a Fez now.
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Doctor Who complete reviews: Rose

Sorry folks, but this review begins with one of those “I was there when...” anecdotes.

Oddly enough though, it's probably the most terrified I've been when watching Doctor Who, even more than when I was three years old and running out of the room screaming at the title music. No – this time, I was fearful of the much-touted revamp being a complete dog's dinner.

So there I was with my wife Ally, along with our friends Jacqui and Richard. It was, I think, the Saturday of the Easter weekend. We'd heard all about the big, exciting launch of Doctor Who, now bang-up-to-date for a 21st century take on a show that had once been scorned at for being cheap old hat. My expectations were not particularly high, to say the least.

And out of all of us, I was the only Who fan in the building – Ally, Jacqui and Richard
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DGA announces doc, TV, commercial noms

Although Ari Folman's "Waltz With Bashir" did not make the shortlist of 15 films under consideration for the best documentary Oscar, it is among the nominees for the DGA's doc award, announced Friday.

"Waltz" will compete with Gonzalo Arijon's "Stranded: I've Come From a Plane that Crashed on the Mountains," in which survivors of a 1972 Andes plane crash tell their story; Elizabeth Farnsworth and Patricio Lanfranco's "The Judge and the General," a look back at the investigation into the regime of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet; Peter Gilbert & Stevie James' "At the Death House Door," an examination of the wrongful conviction of a Texas man executed for murder; and James Marsh's "Man on Wire," a study of tight-rope walker Philippe Petit.

All the nominees are first-time DGA nominees, with the exception of Gilbert (who won the DGA's doc award in 1998 for "Vietnam: Long Time Coming" and was
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