Step Up 3(D) Arrives on Blu-ray Dec. 21st!

The third movie in the Step Up Trilogy, and the first dance movie ever to film in 3D, Step Up 3 (D) will arrive on Blu-ray On December 21, 2010.  Adam Sevani and Alyson Stoner, who portrayed Moose from Step Up 2 the Streets and Camille Gage from Step Up return for the third movie and take on the main roles.  If you’d like to read what Gregg Senko of Why So Blu thought of the movie, you can find out by clicking here.  If you have a 3D set up make sure you pick up the 3D edition that is coming out alongside the traditional Blu-ray and DVD!  Here is more info:

Bring the Hottest Movie of the Year into Your Living Room

Step Up 3

Available December 21, 2010 on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray™, DVD and Movie Download Formats

Burbank, Calif., October 26, 2010 – Bringing the best in 3D entertainment to consumers at home on December 21 is Touchstone Home Entertainment’s dance film sensation Step Up 3 – releasing for the first time ever on Blu-ray 3D™ on the same day-and-date as the Blu-ray™ and DVD. Pulsating with dazzling choreography and chart-topping music by some of today’s hottest artists, Step Up 3 is the first dance film shot entirely in 3D making it an innovative third installment in the popular Step Up franchise.

Made even more incredible when viewed on Blu-ray 3D, Step Up 3 will make everyone in your house want to get up and groove, and is the perfect holiday gift for the whole family to enjoy. Step Up 3 will be available for purchase in several physical and digital download product configurations including: (1) A special 3-Disc Combo Pack featuring the film on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, and DVD with Digital Copy; (2) A 2-Disc Combo Pack featuring the film on Blu-ray and DVD; (3) A single disc DVD; and (4) Two distinct Movie Download configurations including a high definition and/or standard definition version of the movie by itself and/or of the movie with bonus features.

“Step Up 3 on Blu-ray is a dazzling, high-energy, high-definition experience and when I saw these talented performers on the TV screen it took me right back to the energy of the production process,” noted director Jon M. Chu. “And even more thrilling is that with its availability on Blu-ray 3D, all the vibrance and spectacle of this film will give the audience an incredible in-home 3D experience.”

Chu, who made his directorial debut with Step Up 2: The Streets, again captures the liveliness and athletic feats of street dancing in eye-popping action with a talented cast of actors who defy gravity with their hip-hop moves in Step Up 3. Featuring multiple dance styles in addition to hip hop, including ballet, tap and tango, is a wild, animalistic joy to dancing that is irresistible and the talented cast makes it look easy.  The story itself centers on a pair of gritty street dance squads facing off in the World Jam, a high-stakes showdown that is the hip-hop Olympics and revolves around two couples – Moose and Camille (Adam G. Sevani and Alyson Stoner, from Step Up 2 and Step Up respectively), and new characters Luke and Natalie (Rick Malambri and Sharni Vinson).

New York’s intense underground street dancing comes alive in Blu-ray 3D when this tight knit group of street dancers (Malambri, Vinson) team up with Moose (Sevani) and find themselves pitted against the world’s best hip hop dancers in a gravity defying dance exhibition battle that will change their lives forever.  The soundtrack for Step Up 3 features chart-topping music by today’s hottest artists including Flo Rida featuring David Guetta, Trey Songz, Roscoe Dash & T-Pain, Laza Morgan and Wisin y Yandel.


DVD Bonus Features:

  • Extra Moves – a music montage featuring the dancers with alternate angles and extra footage
  • Making of the Music Videos
  • Music Videos:
    • “Club Can’t Handle Me” – Flo Rida Featuring David Guetta
    • “My Own Step (Theme from Step Up 3)” – Roscoe Dash and T-Pain Featuring Fabo
    • “Already Taken” – Trey Songz
    • “This Girl” – Laza Morgan
    • “This Instant” – Sophia Fresh Featuring T-Pain
    • “No Te Quiero (Remix)” – Sophia Del Carmen Featuring Pitbull
    • “Irresistible” – Wisin y Yandel
    • “Spirit of the Radio” – Jrandall

Movie Download Bonus Features:

Include all of the DVD bonus features plus a Digital Premiere:
• Luke’s Movie

Blu-ray Bonus Features:

Includes all DVD bonus features plus:

  • Born From A Boom Box: A Luke Katcher Film – Never-before seen documentary that Luke made to get into film school.
  • Deleted Scenes with intros by Director Jon M. Chu:
    • Club Battle
    • Sneaker Montage
    • Carlos Explains Redhook
    • Jacob Tribal Story
    • Capoeira
    • Moose Gets “Sick”
    • Sad Montage
    • Opening World Jam

STREET DATE: December 21, 2010
Pricing: 3-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack SRP: $49.99 (US); $56.99 (Canada)
2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack SRP: $39.99 (US); $44.99 (Canada)
Single Disc DVD SRP: $29.99 (US); $35.99 (Canada)

Blu-ray 3D & Blu-ray Discs:
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (1.78:1)
Sound: 7.1 DTS-HD; 5.1 Dolby digital
Languages: Primary Language: English with French tracks
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, and French
Single Disc DVD with Digital Copy & Single Disc DVDs:
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (1.78:1)
Sound: 5.1 Dolby digital ; stereo
Languages: Primary Language: English
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, and French
Movie Download
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (1.78:1)
Sound: 5.1 Dolby digital; stereo
Languages: English, plus Spanish version

Pre-order your copy today!


7 Responses to “Step Up 3(D) Arrives on Blu-ray Dec. 21st!”

  1. Gregg Senko

    What a great movie this was. Simple in story, but it worked. The level of dance was nothing short of jaw-dropping. Last but not least, I felt this film made some of the best use of 3D to date.

  2. Aaron Neuwirth

    Besides Inception, it seems that Gregg and I share a lot of likes. I too found this to be a very good movie for the same reasons. The 3D was fantastic and the dancing was very well handled. The way some of the dance scenes were shot were better than how many action scenes are shot in modern action flicks. My friends and I went in expecting to bag on this movie, but it became very tough to do so.

  3. Gerard Iribe

    Yeah, no.

  4. Sean Ferguson

    I usually avoid these movies like the plague but I’m going to give this one a chance and try to keep an open mind. A lot of people said it’s really good including Brian and Gregg.

  5. Brian White

    I loved it! 3D was done well too…in the theater!

  6. Aaron Neuwirth

    Gotta use that 3D TV for something, right Sean?

  7. Sean Ferguson

    Hey Disney is supplying a lot of 3D now!