The R 'n' B star singer is more likely to show off his acting skills and his dancing moves in a movie project choreographed by "America's Best Dance Crew" judge Shane Sparks.
Chris Brown is probably the hottest young R 'n' B singer nowadays. His killer-dancing moves that he has showcased in many events have wooed women of all ages and his performance in Christopher B. Stokes' "You Got Served" has impressed many dance choreographers. Now, the 19-year-old singer is said to be in talks to appear in another feature film to expose his dancing moves.
In an interview with Shane Sparks, MTV unraveled that the "With You" hitmaker is the frontrunner for the lead role in the "Served" choreographer's next feature film project entitled "The Jump-Off". "Chris Brown is up for the lead guy on it," claimed the "America's Best Dance Crew" judge. The judge/choreographer of television dance competition "So You Think You Can Dance" further explained that Brown was the one who firstly expresses his interest in the project. Of it, Sparks said, "He called us. Now, we just need to make sure everything is right for him. He was very interested in the movie, and if he comes aboard, it's going to be the hottest movie ever made. Trust me."
On the movie that may be known also as "Traded", Sparks revealed that the movie is scheduled to be filmed in July for an early 2009 release. The tidbit is described by him as the collaboration of every dancing style with a musical sense. "We've got singing, we've got dancing, we've got ballet, we've got lyrical, we've got salsa. It's going to be the first movie to introduce every style, and have a musical sense to it, where you can hear people actually singing and doing spoken word and rap," explained the notable choreographer. "The journey of this crew...has them learning stuff as their teacher takes them through the process of...broadening their horizons. So at the end of the movie, when they dance in the contest, they will have [more experience than] just being a hip-hop crew, which is what they started out to be."