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‘Step Up’ In 3-D Begins Filming In NYC: How Will The City Look In Multiple Dimensions?

Filming has officially begun in New York City on the third “Step Up” movie, which follows a tight-knit group of street dancers trying to beat some of the world’s best breakdancers in a showdown. Alyson Stoner and Adam Sevani reprise their roles from the first two dance dramas, but along with a few familiar faces expect to see something else new (no, not any street dancers busting out to “Macarena”): 3-D cinematography.

The third “Step Up” is the first 3-D movie to film entirely in New York City, and also the first-ever 3-D dance flick. Expect a summer 2010 release, but in the meantime, check out our list of the familiar Big Apple sites we’re thrilled to see on the big screen in 3-D … and which ones we’re not so sure about.

Thrilled to see pop out of the screen:

New York is home to some of the most famous and fabulous structures in the world (the Chrysler Building is a personal fave), so I wouldn’t mind getting an up-close view of all those flying buttresses and groin vaults.

I may not read Gourmet magazine, but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy a little food porn now and again. In 3-D I imagine every speckle of grease and every strand of mozzarella would be magnified to a I-just-can’t-resist degree. I’m hungry already.

No word yet on whether the original “Step Up” dance master will be making a three-peat by making a cameo in the third flick, but just considering it makes me a little giddy.

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