*WORK IT makes you want to have a dance party in your house!
Starring Sabrina Carpenter, Liza Koshy and Jordan Fisher, WORK IT is the 2020 dance comedy you never knew you needed!
With millions already anxiously awaiting the premiere, August 7, 2020, exclusively on Netflix; the trailer has already amassed three million views.
EURweb had the opportunity to sit down with the stars of WORK IT to get some dance advice, find out what makes this “coming of age” story different than others and to learn what makes it a feel good movie! It’s a blend of Center Stage and Step Up with a dash of Pitch Perfect and you know those movies are cult classics. That’s what WORK IT will be for Gen Z and for anyone that loves an underdog story.
We learned in the interview that Sabrina Carpenter not only plays lead, but also wrote and sang her single, LET ME MOVE YOU, which appears in the credits. But, her talents don’t stop there, she also is an executive producer of the movie. When we asked Liza Koshy what it was like to be directed by Canadian filmmaker, Laura Terruso and filming in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Koshy was ecstatic! She said it was like they were all at “summer camp,” just getting filmed.
WORK IT is a story about Quinn Ackerman. She’s a straight A student, never gets into any trouble, is very studious and knows exactly what she wants to be, where she wants to go to college and how she is going to get there. Something derails her plans and she now must learn to dance…admission to the college of her dreams depends on it!
Get ready to Netflix and chill, actually, get ready to Netflix, video call your bestie and put on your dancing shoes. This movie will have you on your feet and you’ll want to document your moves!
WORK IT is produced by Alloy Entertainment’s Leslie Morgenstein and Elysa Koplovitz Duttont; and Alicia Keys’ A.K. Worldwide Productions, Inc; STXfilms Production.
Make sure to check it out August 7th, 2020 on a Netflix near you!
When Quinn Ackerman’s (Sabrina Carpenter) admission to the college of her dreams depends on her performance at a dance competition, she forms a ragtag group of dancers to take on the best squad in school…now she just needs to learn how to dance.