CONTEST! Win an Autographed “Make Your Move” Poster or a T-Shirt!!!

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How would you like to win a beautiful Make Your Move poster autographed by leading man Derek Hough and by director Duane Adler? Or your very own Make Your Move T-shirt? Well, here’s how you can try to win!

Our team of 5 will decide on the 1st and 2nd place winners and notify the winner by email. (Sorry, all contest participants must live in the United States.) We will post the winning entries.

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1st Place prize: An autographed Make Your Move poster AND a Make Your Move t-shirt (size small) See the photo above of the tee. Not many people have one of these posters. If you win it, you’ll have an item to treasure for a very long time.

2nd Place prize: A Make Your Move t-shirt (size small). See the photo above of the tee. Size too small for you? Hang it on your bedroom wall or better yet frame it. 🙂

Good luck!

Introducing the Feuding Families of “Make Your Move” 3D

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She lives with desire!

He lives with passion!

They just need a chance… to be together.

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They are Donny and Aya, two ill-fated lovers who have to decide if their romance is worth fighting for when the world is against them. What move will they make? — That is the question!

In the film, Make Your Move, Derek Hough and BoA Kwon play Romeo and Juliet type lovers in this classic, but updated Shakespearean tale. Their story, however, is not the reenactment of the account of bitter feuding between the Capulet and the Montague families of Verona, Italy. Rather, in Duane Adler’s version of the story, the ‘families’ are an ethnically diverse mix of friends who frequent Club Static or Club Oto, two popular nightclubs in the major metropolitan city of New York.

Although Make Your Move has a highly ethnically and racially mixed cast of characters and the storyline maintains the Romeo and Juliet theme of feuding, the feuding is not based on this mixture of ethnicity among the cast, as one might suspect. Unlike West Side Story, in which race was an issue, neither race nor ethnicity come into play in this film. They are not mentioned or even eluded to at all. Instead, Duane Adler, the screenwriter, has chosen to center the feuding on the ongoing rivalries between the underground nightclubs that have two very different, and alternative, styles of dance.

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Aya and Donny’s Make Your Move 3D ‘Families’
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“Make Your Move” Fansite – Welcome!

COBU is a combination of Japanese Taiko drumming and Broadway tap dancing.
Described as “Dance like Drumming, Drum like Dancing”.

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Make Your Move, (formerly Cobu 3D) is a movie that debuts Derek Hough (Dancing with the Stars) and BoA Kwon (Queen of Pop in Asia) in their first film in leading roles. The film debuted in July 2013 in some European countries, and on April 17-18, 2014 in Korea and the United States. This film was a limited release.

The movie follows Aya (played by Kwon), a young Korean dancer, who lives in New York City and is the leader of her all female dance crew, COBU. Aya falls in love with Donny (played by Hough), a gritty and edgy hoofer, who moves from New Orleans to New York to help his foster brother Nick (played by Wesley Jonathan) run one of the hottest underground dance clubs in the city.

Aya and Donny’s love story soon parallels the classic “Romeo & Juliet” love story as they find themselves at the center of a bitter rivalry between their brothers’ underground dance clubs.

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