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People laugh at me because I'm like a Whole Foods fanatic, but I love anything organic and healthy. Right now I'm in love with this quinoa mac and cheese made with cashew cheese from Sun Cafe — that and their gluten free, wheat free, nut free chocolate cupcake. My least favorite food is probably a Twinkie. Who is your celebrity crush? I don't really have one. Growing up it was Paul Walker, I think just because you saw his bum in "Joyride.
He started out as a musician and artist and he made his way into the acting world, and now he's one of the greatest of his time.
And he's such a character. What's your idea of a dream date? My dream date would be something where we could do something outside. I like to be active. I love for a date to be with someone I can have a deep conversation with but also laugh a lot.
So maybe drive up the coast somewhere, and go to the beach and just run around all day long, and then maybe have a dinner after that, and just have good conversation. View photos What's one thing on your bucket list that you haven't done yet? That you have done? One thing I wanted to do when I was younger was fight in an octagon, and I accomplished that. I won my very first fight. Which member of "The Breakfast Club" were you most like in high school? I can't even remember their names! I haven't seen that movie in forever.
I was more the shy, quiet guy, but at the same time, the girls took a liking to me. Speaking of high school, did you go to your prom? I ended up going to three or four proms, because when I was a freshman or sophomore I got asked to go by a couple of girls. What are your three favorite songs on your iPod right now? Chris Brown "She Ain't You" always brings back memories. What's your horoscope sign? Do you think your sign describes you? And of course, they have an attraction toward each other.
That was my first acting gig. So, it was awesome to work with previous Step Up characters. Sean is really about the competition and winning, and Andie is really about the importance of family, which creates an interesting dynamic. Did you enjoy getting to play with that dynamic? That was the whole concept. His family has left and his girlfriend is no longer there, and he thought he was going to have the best life with her.
I can definitely relate to the work aspect of that. And then, for Andie, she lost being able to dance with the people she loves because of an injury.
They realize that neither of them are completely right, and they need both sides, in this industry. The dancing in these movies is really awe-inspiring, gravity-defying and almost otherworldly, in a lot of ways, and because of that, people think there must be trickery and special effects involved.
Can you attest to the fact that the dancing is all real? There are no special effects in the movie. All of the stunts are done by us. Everything you see is completely real, aside from one trick. There was no rehearsal time, and there was not enough time to actually go over that move. So, we hired people from Europe to come in and do that certain move, and they made it look amazing. But aside from that, everything was us. I actually tore my left tendon in my knee, doing my own stunts.
I had to fight through it and keep on dancing on it, just because I wanted to do as much as I could for the movie.
Each one shows a different style, but it was a little easier this time. Last time, I had no dance history. I was just seeing it, right in front of my eyes, and trying to learn from that. Luckily for me, I had a lot of great choreographers and a lot of dancers that I could learn from. It was so hard to film all of these dance numbers in three weeks. We only had three weeks. Last time, we had more than that and less dance numbers.
We had two dance numbers that not only dealt with hard choreography, but also a new environment and playing off of that environment. Do you have a favorite dance sequence in the film? Yeah, it was the dance number I did with Briana. It was just a fun number. Moose has become one of the fan favorite characters from the films.
What have you enjoyed about working with Adam Sevani? He comes with his fandom. I remember the very first scene we acted with each other, we were right next door to a middle school.