Work It is Netflix’s upcoming movie. It is a teen drama, dance and comedy film. Director is Laura Terruso. Producers are Alicia Keys and Leslie Morgenstein. If you are dance enthusiastic or dance fan, then you should watch this movie.
It’s been a long time that any dance movie is released. Work It movie is in queue for Netflix. It will be a masterstroke by Netflix to secure a teen audience to their platform. It is also in hyp because it is from makers of To All The Boys Who Loved Me and The Kissing Booth.
Trailer Of Work It
The trailer of this of release on 16 July. Everyone quite likes it. After seeing the trailer, we can say that It will be a good movie with quality stuff.
Plot Of Work It
It is premiering On 7 August only on Netflix. The story follows a messy young girl Quinn Ackerman who has a dream of dancing on stage in competitions. Admission to the college of her dreams requires more extracurricular activities, her performance in a dance competition to be included on her resume.
So she tries in school’s top-notch dance team. But they doesn’t accept her because she severely lacks in moves and rhythm. She decides to form her dance group, With the help of his friend. She has made a group of misfit people. This group compete against their high school’s national champions.
How Quinn made a group? What are problems for making group? How to manage the dance group? What are internal issues? From whom and how is become, master in dance? And So many things to watch.
Cast Of Movies
Cast of movies is star-studded. You have seen the cast before the film.
- Sabrina Carpenter as Quinn Ackerman (In a Girl Meets World, Tall Girl, Adventures in Babysitting )
- Jordan Fisher
- Keiynan Lonsdale
- Michelle Buteau
- Drew Ray Tanner
- Liza Koshy
- Naomi Snieckus
This movie will premier on 7 August. From the trailer, we find that movie has a stunning cast, frantic costumes, some situations that would never happen in real life, and genuine comedy and full of dance. Now, You decide should you watch it or leave it.
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