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Step Up 2 the Streets (2008)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $58,017,783Details
International Box Office $90,569,127
Worldwide Box Office $148,586,910
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,384,130 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $26,384,130
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

This sequel follows the journey of rebellious street dancer Andie who struggles to fit in at a prestigious school. She hooks up with top dancer Chase and several of her outcast classmates to join the underground dance contest The Streets.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
27% - Rotten
Audience
76% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$17,500,000
Domestic Releases: February 14th, 2008 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: July 15th, 2008 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment, released as Step Up 2: The Streets
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language, some suggestive material and brief violence.
Running Time: 98 minutes
Franchise: Step Up
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Keywords: Dancing
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Summit Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,341 $68,482 May 16, 2008 95
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,200 $20,037 May 9, 2008 88
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,163 $37,947 May 2, 2008 81
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,057 $67,919 Apr 25, 2008 74
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,974 $106,928 Apr 18, 2008 67
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,902 $160,266 Apr 11, 2008 60
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,758 $98,884 Apr 4, 2008 53
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,487 $206,034 Mar 28, 2008 46
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,144 $541,008 Mar 21, 2008 39
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,759 $1,531,231 Mar 14, 2008 32
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,527 $3,062,501 Mar 7, 2008 25
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 996 $50,962,461 Mar 7, 2008 23
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,227 $5,742,479 Feb 29, 2008 18
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,105 $9,605,703 Feb 22, 2008 11
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 1,359 $5,217,959 Feb 17, 2008 4
Biggest February Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 100 $18,908,826 Feb 15, 2008 4
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 909 $18,908,826 Feb 15, 2008 4
Widest Opening Weekend 1,621 2,470 Feb 15, 2008 4
Biggest February Day at the Domestic Box Office 211 $7,307,852 Feb 16, 2008 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,510 $7,307,852 Feb 16, 2008 3
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,329 $6,383,015 Feb 15, 2008 2
Biggest Thursday at the Domestic Box Office 181 $6,600,460 Feb 14, 2008 1

Cast

   Andy
   Chase
Will Kemp    Blake Collins
Cassie Ventura    Sophie
Sonja Sohn    Sarah
Adam G. Sevani    Moose
Telisha Shaw    Felicia
Danielle Polanco    Missy
Christopher Scott    Hair
Mari Koda    Jenny Kido
Janelle Cambridge    Fly
Luis Rosado    Monster
Harry Shum, Jr.    Cable
LaJon Dantzler    Smiles
Black Thomas    Tuck
Kejamel Howell    K-Mel
Jeff Ogle    Rapid
Donnie Counts    Crumbs
Ebone Johnson    EBZ
Rynan Paguio    Kid Rainen
James Colter    Cricket
Alison Faulk    Alstar
Shorty Welch    Shorty
Troy Kirby    Troy
Jeffrey McCann    Machine
Channing Tatum    Tyler
J-Boog    DJ Sand
Amarr Merritt    Charlie
Daisha Graf    Blake's Class Dancer
Jimmie Manner    Blake's Class Dancer
Shane Rutkowski    Blake's Class Dancer
Laura Edwards    Blake's Class Dancer
Samantha Zweben    Blake's Class Dancer
Patrick Brennan    Blake's Class Dancer
Marian Licha    Mrs. Serrano
Sarah Rivera-Scott    Aunt Maria
Luis Salgado    Alejandro
Katie Corrado    Assistant
E. Dawn Samuel    Admissions Panel
Ava Lenet    Admissions Panel
Nick Cordileone    Admissions Panel
Amanda Cierie    MSA Auditionee
Hi Hat    Businesswoman on Subway
Herbert Matz    Older Man on Subway
Ruth Chu    Subway Family
Lawrence Chu    Subway Family
Jess Braden Cruz    Subway Family
Gavin Danger Russell    Subway Baby
Delia Goncalves    News Reporter
Jamal Sims    Bartender
Katie Berenson    Goth Crew
Olivia Cipolla    Goth Crew
Megan Kain    Goth Crew
Kelly Lafarga    Goth Crew
Carly Lang    Goth Crew
Michaela Sprague    Goth Crew
Flo Master    West Coast Riders
Chuck Maldonado    West Coast Riders
Dondraico Johnson    West Coast Riders
Rhapsody James    West Coast Riders
Sharaya Howell    West Coast Riders
Brandy Lamkin    West Coast Riders
Binkie    West Coast Riders
Gary Kendell    Jabbawockeez Crew
Chris Gatdulla    Jabbawockeez Crew
Jeff Nguyen    Jabbawockeez Crew
Philippe Tayag    Jabbawockeez Crew

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Toni Ann Johnson
Screenwriter    Karen Barna
Character Creator    Duane Adler
Producer    Patrick Wachsberger
Producer    Erik Feig
Producer    Adam Shankman
Producer    Jennifer Gibgot
Executive Producer    Bob Hayward
Executive Producer    David Nicksay
Executive Producer    Anne Fletcher
Executive Producer    Meredith Milton
Production Designer    Devorah Herbert
Editor    Andrew Marcus
Editor    Nicholas Erasmus
Composer    Aaron Zigman
Director of Photography    Max Malkin
Co-Producer    Matthew Mizel
Associate Producer    Daniel Silverberg
Assistant Director    Daniel Silverberg
Unit Production Manager    David Nicksay
Production Supervisor    Yvonne Yaconelli
Art Director    Paul D. Kelly
Set Decorator    Jennifer Gentile
Costume Designer    Luca Mosca
Costume Supervisor    Johnetta Boone
Production Sound Mixer    Jim Stuebe
Production Sound Mixer    Richard Van Dyke
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Maslow
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Additional Re-recording Mixer    Terry Porter
Additional Re-recording Mixer    Dean A. Zupancic
Supervising Sound Editor    Todd Toon
Sound Editor    Donald J. Malouf
Sound Editor    Charles W. Ritter
Sound Editor    Nancy Macleod
Sound Editor    Victoria Sampson
Sound Editor    Julie Feiner
Sound Editor    John Kwiatkowski
Supervising Dialogue Editor    G. W. Brown
Music Editor    Melissa Muik
Key Makeup    Sandra Linn Koeper
Key Hairstylist    Ardis F. Cohen
Music Supervisor    Buck Damon
Casting Director    Joanna Colbert
Casting Director    Richard Mento
Casting Director    Terri Taylor
Stunt Coordinator    Cort Hessler

DVD Sales - 21 Hits the Jackpot

August 5th, 2008

Almost no new releases were able to reach the top 30 on the sales chart this week, but we did have a new number one as 21 led the way with $11.20 million in sales from 585,000 units. More...

DVD Rentals - 21 Doubles Down

August 5th, 2008

Like it was on the sales chart, there were few new releases to reach the top 30 on the rental chart this week. And again, things were led by 21. However, The Bank Job was relatively close behind during its second week of release. More...

DVD Sales - Step Up 2 The Top

July 31st, 2008

Five of the top six films on this week's sales chart were new releases, including the overall number on film, Step Up 2 The Streets. That film sold 604,000 units for opening week sales of $10.50 million. More...

DVD Rentals - And You Can Take That to the Bank (Job)

July 31st, 2008

There were a boatload of were new releases on the rental charts this week, including the new number one renter, The Bank Job, which generated nearly 50% more revenue than its nearest competitor. More...

DVD Releases for July 15, 2008 - Part II

July 14th, 2008

Another week without a first run release that is in contention for the DVD Pick of the Week. Granted, The Bank Job is worth picking up, but neither the two DVDs nor the Blu-ray have enough extras to be the DVD Pick of the Week. To find the best of this week's selection you have to look at the TV on DVD list and grab Eureka Season Two. Paradoxically, while the quality is low, the quantity is high, so much so that I had to split the list into two parts. Part one can be found here. More...

DVD Releases for July 15, 2008 - Part I

July 14th, 2008

Another week without a first run release that is in contention for the DVD Pick of the Week. Granted, The Bank Job is worth picking up, but neither the two DVDs nor the Blu-ray have enough extras to be the DVD Pick of the Week. To find the best of this week's selection you have to look at the TV on DVD list and grab Eureka Season Two. Paradoxically, while the quality is low, the quantity is high, so much so that I had to split the list into two parts. Part two can be found here. More...

International Details - Forbidden Falls from the Top

May 11th, 2008

The release of Iron Man hit The Forbidden Kingdom knocking it into second place with $9.63 million on 2062 screens in 11 markets for a total of $40.51 million. The film had no major openings, but it did make $1.10 million on 398 screens over the weekend in South Korea for a total of $5.63 million. More...

International Details - No Foolin'

May 4th, 2008

Fool's Gold opened in a trio of major markets and that helped the film climb into sixth place with $4.93 million on 1809 screens in 39 markets for a total of $26.30 million. The film did relatively well in Spain with $1.03 million on 272 screens and in Germany with $934,000 on 254 screens while earning second place in both markets. On the other hand, it bombed in Italy with just $516,000 on 232 screens landing in sixth place. Overall, it was better than the film's average so far, but not nearly enough to recover from its previous troubles. It should hit $100 million worldwide this weekend, but that's not much compared to its domestic run, nor compared to its production budget. More...

International Top Five - 21 is Number One

April 23rd, 2008

During its second weekend of release, 21 climbed into first place with $10.02 million on 1,731 screens in 21 markets for a total of $21.17 million after two. This includes a first place, $2.22 million opening on 277 screens in Russia, and a third place, $1.14 million opening on 247 screens in Italy. Meanwhile, it was able to remain in first place in the U.K. with $2.01 million on 356 screens over the weekend and $6.77 million in total and it also earned a second first place placing in Spain with $1.44 million on 255 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.77 million. This might be the last time 21 will top the charts, as the rest of its release dates are more spread out, while the summer blockbusters are just around the corner. More...

International Top Five - Who's First Milestone

April 16th, 2008

No film reached $10 million over the weekend, but Horton Hears A Who did reach a major milestone. The film made $9.02 million on 4,823 screens in 41 markets for a total of $103.36 million. It did open in a number of smaller markets including Poland where it landed in second place with $507,000 on 105 screens over the weekend and $656,000 in total. However, the lion's share of the movie's weekend haul came from France where it was down just 6% to $3.02 million on 708 screens for a total of $7.01 million after two. While it did shed screens and markets this weekend, the movie isn't done yet. With openings in Italy this coming weekend, South Korea in May, and Japan in July it will be earning money well into the Summer. More...

International Details - 10,000 Scores a Solid Sixth Place

April 13th, 2008

No new openings left 10,000 B.C. tumbling from second to sixth, but it still pulled in $5.83 million on 4302 screens in 61 markets for a total of $155.16 million. This is substantially more than it made stateside while it is about a week away from $250 million worldwide. More...

International Details - Step Up Falls Down and Out of the Top Five

April 6th, 2008

Step Up 2 The Streets fell more than 40% last weekend while dropping out of the top five. This was mainly due to the lack of major openings, while its holdover results were merely average. In the U.K. it was down 42% to $2.74 million on 351 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.32 million and in Australia it was down 44% to $1.31 million on 188 screens lifting its total to $5.10 million after two. Overall it added $7.38 million on 1615 screens in 27 markets for a total of $53.21 million, which was enough to lift its worldwide total to more than $100 million. More...

International Top Five - B.C. Breaks the Century Mark

March 26th, 2008

Not only did 10,000 B.C. remain in first place on the international charts, it also climbed above $100 million during its run. The film added $26.81 million over the weekend on 7337 screens in 57 markets for a total of $117.82 million. This includes openings in China where the movie earned second place with $3.58 million on 1,000 screens, including 537 digital ones. This broke records for widest release in China and the widest digital release on the international scene. However, a glut of new releases pushed the film from first to fifth in the U.K. with $2.06 million on 430 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.55 million. Given the film's hefty production budget and its likely P&A budget, it would need to make $300 million worldwide to have a shot at showing a profit before the home market. This is likely out of the question. On the other hand, to show a profit after the home market, it would only need to make $200 million worldwide. This has likely already happened. More...

International Top Five - B.C. Stands for Big Cash

March 19th, 2008

10,000 B.C. climbed into first place on the international charts with $38.65 million on 6,569 screens in 48 markets for a total of $74.43 million in just two weeks. The film opened in first place in Russia with $3.99 million on 536 screens and in the U.K. with $3.92 million on 431 screens while it also scored first place in South Korea with $3.13 million on 401 screens over the weekend and $3.56 million in total. It wasn't able to top the charts in either France nor Italy, but had to settle for second place with $3.39 million on 562 screens and $2.91 million on 454 screens respectively. As for holdovers, it held on very well in Mexico, down 28% to $2.98 million on 467 screens over the weekend for a total of $9.16 million. It wasn't as strong in Australia where it fell by more than 50% to $1.01 million on 221 screens over the weekend and $3.83 million in total. 10,000 B.C. will hit $100 million very shortly, but it cost $105 million to make, which will make profitability troublesome. More...

International Details - Dozens of Countries for Old Men

March 16th, 2008

No Country For Old Men slipped out of the top five but still added $7.07 million on 1881 screens in 47 markets for a total of $60.56 million. It is on track to top its domestic box office shortly, which would give it $150 million worldwide. More...

International Details - International Auds Meet the Spartans

March 9th, 2008

Meet the Spartans made its first major push into the international market this past weekend earning sixth place with $7.94 million on 1653 screens in 14 markets for an early total of $12.90 million. Its biggest opening came in Germany where it scored second place with $3.01 million on 304 screens, however, it earned first place in both Mexico with $1.35 million on 543 screens and in Australia with $1.29 million on 211 screens. On the other hand, it fell by 59% during its second weekend in Russia pulling in $526,000 on 275 screens over the weekend for a total of $2.27 million after two. More...

The Pros of Cons of the Movie Business

February 28th, 2008

Wide releases are rather limited this week with only one film debuting in more than 3,000 theaters while the other two are opening in barely more than 1,000 each. Overall, the new releases do have a lot more strength than last weekend, but not compared to last year. In fact, all three wide releases combined might not earn as much this weekend as Wild Hogs opened with last year, which is bad news for a market that is starting to slip in the year-to-year race. More...

Point has the (Ad)Vantage

February 25th, 2008

It was a rather predictable weekend with none of the films missing or beating expectations by huge margins. This led to $110 million in overall box office takings, which was down 21% from last weekend and 6% from the same weekend last year. It is not time to panic as 2008 is still leading 2007, but after a couple weeks of declines, the margin has been cut to 9%. More...

Point has a Clear View of First Place

February 21st, 2008

There's only one truly wide release this week, but there are three other films aiming for a spot in the top ten. This means there's not much of a battle for top spot, and there will likely be a sizable drop-off at the box office. And even with last year showing some weakness during the weekend, it is not likely that 2008 will get back to its winning ways. More...

Jumping to the Top

February 20th, 2008

The streak is over. For the first time in a while we saw decline on the year-to-year comparison. In fact, it wasn't even close as the overall box office earned $136 million over three days and $165 million over four. In both cases this represents double-digit declines, but 2008 is still leading 2007 by 11%, $1.29 billion to $1.16 billion. More...

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February 14th, 2008

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February 1st, 2008

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/02/15 3 $18,908,826   2,470 $7,655   $25,509,286 4
2008/02/22 4 $9,605,703 -49% 2,480 $3,873   $41,238,093 11
2008/02/29 6 $5,742,479 -40% 2,528 $2,272   $48,621,711 18
2008/03/07 9 $3,062,501 -47% 2,251 $1,361   $53,016,888 25
2008/03/14 14 $1,531,231 -50% 1,546 $990   $55,458,225 32
2008/03/21 20 $541,008 -65% 640 $845   $56,715,909 39
2008/03/28 35 $206,034 -62% 285 $723   $57,207,787 46
2008/04/04 38 $98,884 -52% 157 $630   $57,389,556 53
2008/04/11 34 $160,266 +62% 246 $651   $57,581,892 60
2008/04/18 41 $106,928 -33% 191 $560   $57,743,881 67
2008/04/25 47 $67,919 -36% 130 $522   $57,842,203 74
2008/05/02 52 $37,947 -44% 85 $446   $57,899,456 81
2008/05/09 60 $20,037 -47% 47 $426   $57,931,554 88
2008/05/16 38 $68,482 +242% 34 $2,014   $58,006,147 95

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/02/14 2 $6,600,460   2,470 $2,672   $6,600,460 1
2008/02/15 2 $6,383,015 -3% 2,470 $2,584   $12,983,475 2
2008/02/16 3 $7,307,852 +14% 2,470 $2,959   $20,291,327 3
2008/02/17 3 $5,217,959 -29% 2,470 $2,113   $25,509,286 4
2008/02/18 3 $3,216,603 -38% 2,470 $1,302   $28,725,889 5
2008/02/19 3 $1,067,099 -67% 2,470 $432   $29,792,988 6
2008/02/20 3 $876,949 -18% 2,470 $355   $30,669,937 7
2008/02/21 3 $962,453 +10% 2,470 $390   $31,632,390 8
2008/02/22 3 $3,060,770 +218% 2,480 $1,234   $34,693,160 9
2008/02/23 4 $4,328,042 +41% 2,480 $1,745   $39,021,202 10
2008/02/24 4 $2,216,891 -49% 2,480 $894   $41,238,093 11
2008/02/25 4 $431,546 -81% 2,480 $174   $41,669,639 12
2008/02/26 5 $414,404 -4% 2,480 $167   $42,084,043 13
2008/02/27 5 $387,823 -6% 2,480 $156   $42,471,866 14
2008/02/28 5 $407,366 +5% 2,480 $164   $42,879,232 15
2008/02/29 6 $1,745,202 +328% 2,528 $690   $44,624,434 16
2008/03/01 6 $2,643,408 +51% 2,528 $1,046   $47,267,842 17
2008/03/02 6 $1,353,869 -49% 2,528 $536   $48,621,711 18
2008/03/03 6 $340,195 -75% 2,528 $135   $48,961,906 19
2008/03/04 7 $359,357 +6% 2,528 $142   $49,321,263 20
2008/03/05 7 $302,751 -16% 2,528 $120   $49,624,014 21
2008/03/06 6 $330,373 +9% 2,528 $131   $49,954,387 22
2008/03/07 9 $1,008,074 +205% 2,251 $448   $50,962,461 23
2008/03/08 9 $1,354,282 +34% 2,251 $602   $52,316,743 24
2008/03/09 9 $700,145 -48% 2,251 $311   $53,016,888 25
2008/03/10 9 $220,000 -69% 2,251 $98   $53,237,000 26
2008/03/11 10 $225,000 +2% 2,251 $100   $53,462,000 27
2008/03/12 11 $205,000 -9% 2,251 $91   $53,667,000 28
2008/03/13 9 $228,455 +11% 2,251 $101   $53,926,994 29
2008/03/14 14 $504,394 +121% 1,546 $326   $54,431,388 30
2008/03/15 13 $653,929 +30% 1,546 $423   $55,085,317 31
2008/03/16 13 $372,908 -43% 1,546 $241   $55,458,225 32
2008/03/17 14 $147,567 -60% 1,546 $95   $55,605,792 33
2008/03/18 14 $163,734 +11% 1,546 $106   $55,769,526 34

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/02/08 9 $6,600,460   2,470 $2,672   $6,600,460 1
2008/02/15 3 $25,031,930 +279% 2,470 $10,134   $31,632,390 8
2008/02/22 4 $11,246,842 -55% 2,480 $4,535   $42,879,232 15
2008/02/29 6 $7,075,155 -37% 2,528 $2,799   $49,954,387 22
2008/03/07 9 $3,972,607 -44% 2,251 $1,765   $53,926,994 29
2008/03/14 14 $2,247,907 -43% 1,546 $1,454   $56,174,901 36
2008/03/21 20 $826,852 -63% 640 $1,292   $57,001,753 43
2008/03/28 35 $288,919 -65% 285 $1,014   $57,290,672 50
2008/04/04 38 $130,954 -55% 157 $834   $57,421,626 57
2008/04/11 35 $215,327 +64% 246 $875   $57,636,953 64
2008/04/18 42 $137,331 -36% 191 $719   $57,774,284 71
2008/04/25 46 $87,225 -36% 130 $671   $57,861,509 78
2008/05/02 54 $50,008 -43% 85 $588   $57,911,517 85
2008/05/09 66 $26,148 -48% 47 $556   $57,937,665 92
2008/05/16 45 $80,118 +206% 34 $2,356   $58,017,783 99

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/20/20081580,528 580,528$9,863,171$9,863,1711
7/27/20082187,280-68% 767,808$3,181,887$13,045,0582
8/3/20087111,146-41% 878,954$1,888,371$14,933,4283
8/10/2008966,078-41% 945,032$1,122,665$16,056,0944
8/17/20081050,955-23% 995,987$865,725$16,921,8195
8/24/20081837,824-26% 1,033,811$642,630$17,564,4496
8/31/20082528,280-25% 1,062,091$480,477$18,044,9267

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