Ryan guzman and kathryn mccormick dating
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.
So when we were first doing it, I’d tell him, “I got you. We had an amazing acting coach with us on set, who told us how to know our characters better, and to try certain things. But the closer we got with each other, we’d just be on it.
Guzman comes from a background of modeling and MMA fighting, and this is his first professional dance project. He’s doing nunchuks, and he tries to do a blackflip. I’ll be trying to meditate while they’re doing push-ups and jumping jacks.
No stranger to the TV cameras, Mc Cormick can be seen on “So You Think You Can Dance? Step Up Revolution marks their feature acting debuts. When he does a backflip he hits his head on the ground, and when he comes back up he’s still trying to do the nunchuks. Ryan, you hadn’t danced professionally before this movie. And being so familiar with everyone, with the dancers becoming part of my family, you just become easy. Kathryn Mc Cormick: It depends on what style I’m doing.
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A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.
I sat down with Guzman & Mc Cormick to discuss their first-time acting gigs, sweating in a Hollywood film, their favorite scenes, and more. Aside from Peter Gallagher’s corporate villain, your biggest adversary in the movie are cats. But did your experience with MMA fighting prepare for the type of performance pressure you’d experience making this movie? Dancers get ready for their performances a lot different than I get ready for my fighting. If I’m doing hip-hop, I don’t have to think so much about getting my legs up, or stretching so deeply, but I have to get my body warmed up. When Ryan first started to dance, was it like a scene from a Step Up movie? Mc Cormick: He has more of a natural groove to him. He was already really aware of his body, and if anything I taught him to listen to his body and my body when we were dancing. Did it help to be in the first-time acting together?
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.