She has really worked hours in the gym to get that dream body of hers.
She got her start in acting at only eight years old in My Two Dads with her father, Greg Evigan.
Do the Step Up films have a certain level of respect in the dance community? Dad caught me.” Was it really hard to choreograph the escalator scene? The musicality in it is unbelievable, mashing every move to every tiny beat. Mc Cormick: I loved the restaurant scene; Emily’s initiation. We were sweating during this whole thing, but we’re not supposed to be sweating. We do it three or four times in a row, and I’d be out of breath.
Mc Cormick: I know the first Step Up was one of my favorite dance movies growing up. Did you get to play with the parkour ropes seen in the finale? I got to play with a lot of stuff that I shouldn’t have, and I got in trouble. I ran over to those trampolines, and do a front flip and land on the pad. Guzman: I had to pass by Twitch, and Twitch is a big man. It’s hard because in the film you don’t get to see the full scene, and what we did. The contemporary that Emily does, she’s intimidated and nervous until the finale. Were you more comfortable with the finale when you shot it?
When I saw myself in the finished product, you’re always critiquing yourself, and wanting to do better. You’re never truly satisfied with your true product. We were falling everywhere, and just laughing and throwing water at each other. The not fun part was when Scott made us do this routine full-out, and it’s fun for her, because she’s getting lifted everywhere.
Guzman: What’s awesome though, like what we heard from Kathryn, is that when she saw the first Step Up, she was inspired to continue to dance. I have a feeling we'll be reviewing this one in the near future.The Step Up franchise has helped audiences discover the acting and dancing talent of young stars, including Channing Tatum, his future wife Jenna Dewan, Briana Evigan (from Step Up 2 The Streets), and even Adam G.What do you think makes cat videos so popular on the internet? Mc Cormick: Have you ever seen the video “Kittens Inspired by Kittens”? When I do contemporary, I have to warm up really deeply, and take time by myself and meditate for a second, and make sure my mind is in the right place to tell whatever story, and then I go back and warm up. Guzman: I’m still learning right now, and there’s a lot of stuff I don’t know about. I think when there would be a lot of time when we would first learn a duet, we were good. Guzman: I’m not one to be very emotional and personal like, but acting gives you an excuse to be emotional.But when people came to watch, his mind would go elsewhere. But when you’re doing a contemporary duet, it’s you and that person, and you have to create that moment where no one else exists. You get to go into depth you never really thought you could invest, and get to know yourself better. Mc Cormick: It was just not really in our bodies first.