follows a young dancer with a distinctly troubled past as she joins a prestigious ballet company in New York.
We quoted it constantly, we memorized the dances, we wanted those bright red pointe shoes. News caught up with Sascha Radetsky, aka "boyfriend material" Charlie, at the 2015 Summer TCA press tour while he was promoting his gritty new Starz series "Maybe, maybe.
While Radetsky couldn't reveal any details about a potential sequel, he did tell us he was down for one."It was such a blast making that movie, but those six weeks were all a blur," Radetsky says.
Before you start to worry, take a breath: Yes, Peter Gallagher is back as American Ballet Academy boss Jonathan Reeves, Sascha Radetsky is back as dancer (and now choreographer) Charlie, and Ethan Stiefel is back as cocky dancer-turned-choreographer Cooper Nielson (you know—great choreographer, sucky boyfriend).
We checked in with the now 32-year-old to find out what she's been up to for the past decade and if she and the erstwhile Eva Rodriguez (Saldana's "Center Stage" character, for the uninitiated) are still pals. I don’t know if they think it was a documentary, or what.
Do people often recognize you or call you Jody Sawyer? The other day I was at the grocery store here in L. and I was reaching into the dairy area for a smoothie or something, and the girl beside me goes, "Oh, you're Jody," and I turned to her and I go, "No I'm Amanda, I did play Jody a while ago.
'I don’t think I’m ever going to sacrifice my figure for anyone else to accept me.'The series, which features numerous professional dancers, including 38-year-old Sascha Radetsky, who starred in the 2000 film Center Stage, explores the dysfunctional aspect of the ballet industry.