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13 Dances That Jon M. Chu’s New Nineties-Set Dance Movie Needs To Include

18 November 2014 9:00 AM, PST | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Director Jon M. Chu has already helped successfully usher the Step Up films into the realm of true franchise greatness — the filmmaker directed both Step Up 2: The Streets and Step Up 3D, ensuring a long life for the world’s most beloved dance franchise and don’t you dare argue that point with me — and now he looks to be turning his attention to a generation desperate for still more popping and locking. Deadline reports that Chu is now producing Can’t Touch This, a new dance feature that is billed as “a high school dance comedy set in the golden era of the 1990s.” Although the film’s specific storyline has not yet be revealed, it seems safe to assume that the dulcet tones of M.C. Hammer will prove to be a large part of the feature’s plot and/or soundtrack. If nothing else, we can surely expect to see a bevy of parachute »

- Kate Erbland

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90s dance movie Can’t Touch This in development with Jon M. Chu

18 November 2014 1:39 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Having departed the Masters of the Universe reboot, Jon M. Chu seems to be looking to get back to his dance movie roots with Can’t Touch This, a dance movie based in the 1990s.

Chu has had much success from the teen-dance movie genre having directed fan favourites Step Up 2: The Streets and Step Up 3D and Can’t Touch This (named after the classic Mc Hammer song) will seem him depart from action movies like G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Chu has also just wrapped on a big screen adaptation of Jem and the Hollograms and recently opened up Chu Studios, which saw him produce dance webseries The Lxd.

Storyline for Can’t Touch This is being kept under wraps at the moment, but the script is being penned by Annie Mebane and Steve Basilone (Community) who have also worked on retro comedy The Goldbergs for ABC. It is »

- Luke Owen

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Director News: Chu, Anderson, Jenkins, Baird

17 November 2014 9:45 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Can't Touch This

"Step Up 3D" and "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" director Jon M. Chu and his producing partner Hieu Ho have sold the 1990s-set high school dance comedy "Can't Touch This" to Focus Features.

Annie Mebane and Steve Basilone ("Community," "Happy Endings") are penning the script, but plot details are under wraps. It's uncertain if Chu will direct the film himself. [Source: Deadline]

Shadow Run

Brad Anderson ("The Machinist," "The Call") is set to direct the action feature "Shadow Run" for Sony Pictures. Neal H. Moritz and Hernany Perla are producing.

Plot specifics are under wraps, but it has been described as "'Safe House' on a plane". Joe Gazzam penned the script. [Source: Variety]


Filmmaker Patty Jenkins ("Monster," "The Killing") has closed a deal to direct a remake of the 2011 Norwegian action comedy "Jackpot" at Focus Features. David Callaham ("Godzilla") is penning the script based on a story by "Headhunters" novelist Jo Nesbo. »

- Garth Franklin

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Jon M. Chu and Focus team for 90s high school dance movie

17 November 2014 2:54 PM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent - Inside Movies news »

Get your Hammer pants out. Focus Features and Jon M. Chu, the director of Step Up 2: The Streets and Step Up 3D, are teaming for a dance movie titled Can't Touch This.  Chu and producing partner Hieu Ho have sold the 90s-set "high school dance comedy" to Focus Features, EW has confirmed. While Chu will not be directing Can't Touch This, he is on board to helm the sequel to Now You See Me. According to Deadline, who first reported the news, The Goldbergs producer Annie Mebane and Steve Basilone will write the script. Focus Features did not immediately return a request for comment. »

- Esther Zuckerman

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Director Jon M. Chu Heading Back to the 90s for 'Can't Touch This'

17 November 2014 1:46 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Right now, G.I. Joe Retaliation director Jon M. Chu is busy with Jem and the Holograms, a big screen adaptation of the musical animated series of the same name. And after that, he'll continue a run of nostalgia with Can't Touch This, a high school dance comedy set during the increasingly old decade that is the 90s. Deadline reports Chu and his producing partner Hieu Ho have set up the project at Focus Features, returning Chu to the world of dance that launched his career in the form of films like Step Up 2: The Streets and Step Up 3D. And this one has great talent with plenty of nostalgia experience working on the script. The script will come from Annie Mebane and Steve Basilone, who have written on "Community" and ""Happy Endings." But what makes them perfect for this project is their work as producers on "The Goldbergs," the »

- Ethan Anderton

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'Jem' Director Plans 90s Dance Comedy 'Can't Touch This'

17 November 2014 12:10 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Director Jon M. Chu and his Chu Studios producing partner Hieu Ho have sold a 1990s high school dance comedy project entitled Can't Touch This to Focus Features.

No story details have been released, although the title is likely inspired by M.C. Hammer's 1990 hit song "U Can't Touch This." Jon M. Chu and Hieu Ho came up with the original idea for Can't Touch This, hiring The Goldbergs writers Annie Mebane and Stephen Basilone to pen the screenplay.

It isn't known yet if Jon M. Chu will direct the project himself, or when production will begin. The filmmaker recently wrapped production on Jem and the Holograms, which will be released next October, and he will next start shooting the upcoming sequel Now You See Me 2.

Jon M. Chu is no stranger to the dance genre, launching his directorial career with Step Up 2 the Streets and Step Up 3D. »

- MovieWeb

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Jon M. Chu, Focus Features Step Up To ’90s-Set ‘Can’t Touch This’

17 November 2014 10:31 AM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Jem and the Holograms and G.I. Joe: Retaliation helmer Jon M. Chu is going old school. He and producing partner Hieu Ho have sold to Focus Features new project Can’t Touch This, a high school dance comedy set in the golden era of the 1990s.

The teen dance milieu has been a fruitful one for Chu, who launched his career with fan favorite sequels Step Up 2: The Streets and Step Up 3D and has quickly become one of Hollywood’s in-demand studio directors. Storyline is being kept under wraps, although the title alone evokes a part of the decade that was too legit to quit. Chu and Ho originated the idea then tapped Happy Endings and Community writers Annie Mebane and Steve Basilone to script. Mebane and Basilone know their way around retro comedies; they’re producers on ABC’s ’80s-set The Goldbergs.

Chu and Ho will »

- Jen Yamato

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'Step Up All In' Blu-ray Preview: The Return of Moose | Exclusive

23 October 2014 3:26 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The Step Up franchise is taken to a whole other level in the ensemble Step Up All In, which features characters from the previous movies coming together for a massive dance battle. Fans can see how it was all choreographed in our exclusive featurette for the dance drama, which is currently available on Digital HD ahead of the Blu-ray and DVD release on November 4.

In the next exciting chapter of the international phenomenon, Step Up all-stars from previous installments, such as Alyson Stoner (Step Up and Step Up 3D), Briana Evigan (Step Up 2 the Streets) and Ryan Guzman (Step Up: Revolution), arrive in glittering Las Vegas to battle for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers. These characters all meet thanks to Adam G. Sevani's Moose, who has appeared in Step Up 2 the Streets, Step Up 3D, Step Up: Revolution and Step Up All In. »

- MovieWeb

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‘Step Up All In’ Review: No, Seriously — Shut Up and Dance (Video)

8 August 2014 8:32 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The “Step Up” franchise can be one of the most frustrating series in movies today — each film offers up transcendent moments featuring some truly electrifying dancing, but to get to those golden nuggets you have to sift through mounds of terrible writing and laughable acting. Even if you've resigned yourself to that trade-off, “Step Up All In,” the fifth chapter of this ongoing saga, doesn't rank among the best of these. The choreography falls short of the heights of “Step Up 2: The Streets” and “Step Up 3D,” and the plot isn't as goofily engaging as that of “Step »

- Alonso Duralde

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All of the Dances in the Step Up Franchise, Ranked

8 August 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

With Step Up: All In — a.k.a. the fifth Step Up movie in the popping-and-locking franchise — in theaters this weekend, we felt that it was time to relive the past four Step Ups. From Channing Tatum's Tyler to Adam Sevani's Moose (and all the various crew members in between), we've seen so many lifts, so many spins, and so many snakes. But bigger doesn't always mean better, and neither does seniority when it comes to these movies. That's why we're ranking all of the dance sequences in the Step Up movies, from worst to best. (If you're wondering why there are so few dances from the first Step Up, you should watch it again. They don't dance as much! Or, at least, they don't do as many longer sequences as the movies that follow.)22. Dance battle in Washington Square Park, Step Up 3D Moose's prompt "return »

- Lindsey Weber

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You Should Be Dancing! All your favourite dance movies in one supercut

7 August 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Andie (Step Up 2: The Streets’ Briana Evigan) is back as the leader of yet another dance crew in this weekend’sStep Up All In. Sadly, Channing Tatum is not reprising his Step Up role for the fifth installment in the series, butStep Up regulars Ryan Guzman (Step Up Revolution) and Adam G. Sevani (Step Up 3D) are joining up with Andie and her crew and heading to Las Vegas.

To celebrate the return of the Step Up franchise, we threw together a supercut of all our favourite dance movies. Billy Elliot, Baby, and Tracy Turnblad pop, lock and jeté alongside Gene Kelly and The Full Monty in it, and we couldn’t be happier.

How many movies can you name? We'll start you out: West Side Story, Footloose, Hairspray… »

- Sasha James

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Comic-Con 2014 Schedule for Saturday, July 26th

12 July 2014 11:52 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

San Diego Comic-Con has released the full schedule of events for Saturday, July 26, following the Thursday and Friday schedules that were released the past two days. You can clickHere to view the lineup in its entirety, which includes numerous comic book panels and events, but we have pulled out all of the movie, DVD and TV-related panels for your convenience.

San Diego Comic-Con has released the full schedule of events for Saturday, July 26, following the Thursday and Friday schedules that were released the past two days. You can clickHere to view the lineup in its entirety, which includes numerous comic book panels and events, but we have pulled out all of the movie, DVD and TV-related panels for your convenience.

Saturday, July 26

The Simpsons

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons-no gifts please-with creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising director MikeAnderson, and director for life David Silverman. »

- MovieWeb

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G.I. Joe 2 Director Jon M. Chu May Direct Now You See Me 2

12 June 2014 12:34 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

One of the more surprising box office hits of last year was the magician adventure pic Now You See Me.  The film had a solid opening weekend, but it continued to do swell business in the ensuing weeks, going on to gross $351.7 million worldwide against a budget of $75 million.  As with most successful studio films where everyone doesn’t die at the end, Summit Entertainment began to move forward on a prospective sequel.  Following the official Now You See Me 2 announcement, Summit expressed its desire to begin filming in 2014, and while director Louis Leterrier was expected to return, he’s currently busy gearing up to helm the action-comedy Grimsby.  As such, Summit is on the hunt for a new director for the magician sequel, and G.I. Joe: Retaliation helmer Jon M. Chu is reportedly at the top of their list.  More after the jump. Per The Wrap, Jon M. Chu »

- Adam Chitwood

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TMZ Under Fire for Asian Driver Comments

30 May 2014 10:42 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

TMZ is being slammed by an Asian American organization that's demanding an apology from the show for comments made about Asian drivers. The Media Action Network for Asian Americans (Manaa) is taking aim at the celebrity gossip show for a segment featuring “Step Up 3D” actor Joe Slaughter. During the segment, a TMZ reporter asked Slaughter about Korea creating larger parking stalls to make it easier for Korean women to park. Also read: Pat Sajak Calls Global Warming Advocates ‘Unpatriotic Racists,’ Sparks Twitter Backlash Quoth Slaughter, “I think America should do that for Asian people in general. Stereotypes aren't stereotypes because they're. »

- Tim Kenneally

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Demons and Gloom Haunt this Trailer for Fire City: The Interpreter of Signs

3 May 2014 11:50 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Okay By Me Productions has completed shooting on Fire City: The Interpreter of Signs. This film, from director Tom Woodruff Jr. (Aliens), is set in an alternate world, where demons hide in human form. The film stars Harry Shum Jr. (Step Up 3D), Mary-Margaret Humes, Danielle Chuchran and Kristin Minter. Fans of exceptional make-up effects and dark settings can take a look at the first trailer for Fire City here. For more on the story, Atum is an ancient demon. Atum gathers her power from the misery of humanity. But, when the humans begin to find happiness, Atum and her cohort lose their strength. These demons will have to try harder to upset the locals, or be run out of Fire City forever. The trailer for Fire City shows some of Woodruff's background in special effects. Woodruff has participated in over fourty films, in a specials effects capacity. Some of »

- (Michael Allen)

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Outrageous! The Cast of "Jem and the Holograms"

24 April 2014 3:24 PM, PDT | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

If you were a child of the '80s, this news is for you! The "Jem and the Holograms" movie has been cast! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Aubrey Peeples ("Nashville") will play Jem while Stefanie Scott ("A.N.T. Farm") will star as Jem's sister, Kimber. Aurora Perrineau of "Pretty Little Liars" will jam as Shana and Hayley Kiyoko of "The Fosters" will play Aja.

Jon M. Chu ("Step Up 2," "Step Up 3D," "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," the two Justin Bieber documentaries) will direct the film which is based on a popular cartoon (with an equally popular theme song, see below) and toy collection.

Blumhouse Productions and Scooter Braun Productions are teaming up for this project which is supposed to be an updated look at the show complete with social media shenanigans.

Peeples went on her own social medium via Instagram and posted the "Jem" cast picture below where she wrote »

- Manny

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Indie Spotlight

6 April 2014 10:48 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a clip from Alice D, a call for submissions from the London Horror Festival, trailers for Fractured, Too Young to Die, and Ghostline, first details for Imaginapped and Grimmerson Manor, and a Q&A with Jacqui Holland:

First Clip from Alice D: “In the late 1890s the Davenport House was a famous and successful brothel, until a young prostitute named Alice killed herself there. After her death, the brothel became haunted by Alice’s ghost, and was eventually abandoned.

More than a century later, the old structure is renovated into a beautiful mansion. It is still rumored to inhabit the ghost of Alice. Despite this, the new owner; the rich and arrogant heir to the Davenport fortune, decides to throw a wild party for his first night in the house. »

- Tamika Jones

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It's Truly Outrageous That 'Jem' Creator Christy Marx Isn't Involved in the Movie

21 March 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Yesterday's announcement about a "Jem and the Holograms" movie is giving us a lot of feelings, not all of them good. Yesterday, in a cute viral video, "G.I. Joe" director Jon M. Chu, horror movie producer Jason Blum (of Blumhouse Productions), and Bieber believer Scooter Braun took to YouTube to announce their new project and call for video auditions.

Chu described it as "a modern-day, live action, reinvention of the 1980's Hasbro classic cartoon," with Blum helpfully adding, "If you have a cool mom, she'll definitely know what it is!"

Braun discovered Justin Bieber on YouTube, inadvertently creating the TMZ monster running amok today; incidentally, that's also how they're looking for "Jem" cast members. You do the math. Blumhouse has been behind some good quick-and-cheap horror franchises, like "Paranormal Activity," "Insidious," "Sinister," and "The Purge," and some really bad ones, like, well, the endless parade of "Paranormal Activity" sequels.

Ok, »

- Jenni Miller

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'Step Up All In' Trailer Is Here!

20 March 2014 10:53 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Summit Entertainment has released the first trailer for Step Up All In, the next installment in the popular dance franchise that brings in a number of characters from previous installments. The story follows an immense battle in Las Vegas that brings together Andie (Briana Evigan) from Step Up 2 the Streets, Camille (Alyson Stoner) from Step Up 3D and Sean (Ryan Guzman) from Step Up: Revolution, along with franchise regulars Moose (Adam G. Sevani) and Jason (Stephen Boss) and a host of other returning characters. Check out the first footage from director Trish Sie's sequel, arriving in theaters July 25.

In the next exciting chapter of the international phenomenon Step Up, all-stars from previous installments come together in glittering Las Vegas, battling for a victory that could define their dreams and their careers.

Step Up All In comes to theaters July 25th, 2014 and stars Alyson Stoner, Briana Evigan, Ryan Guzman, »

- MovieWeb

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Jon M. Chu & Jason Blum Making Live Action 'Jem And The Holograms' Movie, Open Up Casting To Everyone

20 March 2014 9:54 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It seems director Jon M. Chu has two operating modes: dance/music ("Step Up 2: The Streets," "Step Up 3D," "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," "Justin Bieber: Believe") or action ("G.I. Joe: Retaliation"). And after making thing explodes for Hasbro, he's turning his attention to another one of their properties and bringing it to the big screen. Today, the director announced he's teaming up with Jason Blum ("Paranormal Activity") to bring a live action, modern take of "Jem And The Holograms" to the big screen. Yes, the very shortlived '80s cartoon is now being geared up to sell more toys and ride the nostalgia train. But perhaps more curious is that the team behind the film have hit social media already and are encouraging fans to share with them their passion for the movie, as well opening up casting to anybody and everyone. If you can sing, dance and act, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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