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Step Up 3: Exclusive

Dec 20, 2010

Step Up 3 is now available on Blu-ray and DVD!!

Watch an exclusive clip from the bonus feature Making of the Music Videos featuring film stars Sharni Vinson and Rick Malambi on-set for the music video for "My Own Step" by Roscoe Dash & T-Pain featuring Fabo.

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Step it up to the stratosphere with Step Up 3, the eye-popping dance movie that gets your juices flowing like nothing before it. Gravity-defying routines, pulse-pounding music, and heated drama take you to a dimension that’s nothing less than amazing. When a tight-knit group of New York City street dancers are pitted against the best hip hop dancers in the world, it’s a high stakes dance battle that’ll change their lives forever. And with hot new charttopping tracks from Flo Rida (featuring David Guetta), Trey Songz, Wisiny Yandel, and Sofia Fresh (featuring TPain) — plus exclusive, dance-filled bonus features — experiencing Step Up 3 is one of the most exhilarating moves you can make.


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ZakAV

ZakAV wrote:

I love this movie..........its awesome.......now another part of this movie is going to...
commented: Fri May 18, 2012

mz.roc.r

mz.roc.r wrote:

dis is mii fav vid
commented: Sat Apr 23, 2011

GooberBurts

GooberBurts wrote:

I wish i could c the movie lol:(
commented: Mon Mar 28, 2011

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