In the interview below, Harry discusses making his most recent project, “Three Minutes.” Most notably, he adds that the cast and crew are “ramping up production for Season 3 of the LXD.”
Source: Inquirer Life Style Beta
HOW LONG does it take to make the leap from dancer to action star? If you’re Harry Shum Jr. and Stephen “tWitch” Boss, all you need is three minutes.
Harry (“Glee,” “The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers,” “Step Up 3D”) and tWitch (“The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers,” “Step Up 3D,” “So You Think You Can Dance”) star in “3 Minutes,” an action-packed indie film that runs exactly 180 seconds long.
You’ll be surprised at how much action those 180 seconds can bring. There are guns, fight scenes and—here’s the best part—light sabers.
Ross Ching, who has shot music videos for Death Cab For Cutie, Kina Grannis and Clara C, created and directed this short film.
After releasing two 13-second trailers, “3 Minutes” premiered online last Jan. 10 and is available for viewing on the “3 Minutes” website (http://3minutes-film.com/), YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook. In just a couple of days, the film has been viewed over 200,000 times on YouTube and Vimeo alone, with fans asking for more. It has also gotten a lot of love from blogs and news sites, and has made the rounds on Twitter and Tumblr.
In this exclusive interview, Super talks to Harry Shum Jr. about this project, training for fight scenes, and playing with light sabers. Luckily, he gave us more than three minutes.
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