From 8 to 13, four or five days a week that’s all I did.
JJ: Your mom is a choreographer–has she choreographed for anyone famous?
JJ: Did you and Selena have chemistry right off the bat? As soon as I walked in, she’s this really down-to-earth person.
She doesn’t take herself too seriously and neither do I.
They made a real concert stage, set up the whole venue in this old iron foundry.
They got like 300 extras to come out and be the audience, and qw got to put on a real show.
So I had to keep it somewhat the same for continuity’s sake but I could try out different things, but yeah, it was a blast. JJ: What was the hardest scene to film for the movie?
DS: Yeah, we’re doing some re-shoots at the end of this month and we shot all of July and August in Saskatchewan. JJ: Can you tell me something about that music video you already filmed? DS: A little bit of everything but, I have my own stuff to be honest, going over mixes and just making sure things don’t suck before they go out. I’m just piecing some together now so when the time comes, I’ll be ready.star Drew Seeley sat down with Just Jared to talk about his new musical comedy, his upcoming project with three singing brothers (you’ll never guess who! I hadn’t seen some of the cast since we shot, so it was nice to catch up with everybody. It’s got great pacing and has high energy, and its something that’s just made for kids, but older people can enjoy it also.) and having instant chemistry with sweetie pie costar Selena Gomez. I didn’t think it would be that big of a deal but a lot of people found out about it and came out. JJ: What genres of dance are performed in the film?They had people blowing heaters on us from underneath. We had to suck on ice cubes right before they yelled action so our breath wouldn’t show up in the air as much. JJ: Sounds like some pretty good Hollywood magic for that scene!
DS: (laughs) Yeah, those little tricks of the trade we learn. JJ: What do you personally have coming up the next few months? I recorded a Dean Martin Christmas song, and I actually did a duet with Alvin and Chipmunks, which will be coming out next month. And then I shot another movie in Saskatchewan called the “Shortcut,” probably comes out first thing in the New Year.
JJ: What was your favorite part of filming or your favorite scene to film?