Ariel angers her father when she stays out late, but she coolly brushes off his complaints and talks back to him when he voices his outrage.
A brand new clip from Julianne Hough's upcoming movie "Footloose" has arrived to give moviegoers more sneak peeks to the film. It sees Ariel (Hough) sneaking in to her own house after staying out late. Unfortunately, her plan to return home quietly doesn't work well when her angry father (Dennis Quaid) confronts her on the stairs.
"How can I impose a curfew on the young people in my congregation if I can't enforce it in my own home," Mr. Moore says. When asked whether she has been drinking, Ariel taunts him, "I've been smoking, drinking, dancing, reading any books that I'm not supposed to read." The argument ends with her slamming her bedroom door.
"Footloose" follows Ren, a city youngman, as he moves from Chicago to an old fashioned and conservative Beaumont town. He rebels against the town's law that bans public dancing and rock music after a post-dance car accident that claimed the lives of five local youngsters. Kenny Wormald tackles the lead role, while Hough stars as his girlfriend. The movie will come out in the U.S. theaters on October 14.