Adam Sevani finds dancing 'as easy as a jump shot'
'Step Up' actor Adam Sevani doesn't get anxious about dancing having done it for so many years
Adam Sevani doesn't get anxious about dancing because it's as easy as a "jump shot for a basketballer".
The 22-year-old actor, who plays the part of Robert 'Moose' Alexander in the 'Step Up' dance film series, claims he's been dancing so long that it's become second nature to him.
Asked whether he gets nervous about performing, Adam explained: "No, never. I've done it for so long that I don't even think about it. Kind of like a jump shot for a basketballer."
Adam - who made his first on-screen appearance in the 'Step Up' films in the 2008 flick 'Step Up 2: The Streets' - claimed the latest movie, 'Step Up: All In', is discernibly different to the 2010 film 'Step Up 3D'.
Quizzed on the similarities between the two films, Adam told BANG Showbiz: "Oh it's completely different, completely different. Different directors, it was a different vision. It was just like a completely different movie. I wouldn't even compare."
Adam also revealed he enjoyed filming the new movie in Canada and reuniting with members of the original 'Step Up' cast.
He said: "I love being in Canada. That's where we shot the majority of it, that was my favourite. I'm not too sure why I liked it so much. It was such a good place.
"It was a fun experience because I get to reunite with most of the original cast members. So, I think that's what made it really fun for me."
'Step Up: All In' is available on 3D, Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray and DVD now.