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In August 2008, Summit Entertainment announced Evigan has signed on to portray the central character Cassidy Tappan in the remake of the low-budget horror film Sorority Row.
The screenplay was written by Good Luck Chuck writer Josh Stolberg and directed by Stewart Hendler. Evigan stars alongside Audrina Patridge, Rumer Willis and Jamie Chung.
Evigan has been noted for starring in many horror and thriller films, such as Sorority Row, Burning Bright, Mother's Day, The Devil's Carnival, its sequel, Alleluia!
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Briana Evigan is a hot and sizzling American actor, dancer, singer, songwriter, and a choreographer who is immensely popular for her role as Andie West in the hit dance-based film sequel ‘Step Up series’ along with her role as a Cassidy Tappan in the film ‘Sorority Row’.
Bousman previously directed Evigan in an episode of Fear Itself in 2008. In January 2009, Evigan was confirmed by Lionsgate to star in Burning Bright. In the film, "A young woman and her autistic brother find themselves trapped in their house with a ravenous tiger during a hurricane". Despite this, the film was announced to be released Straight-to-DVD on August 17, 2010.
Evigan later confirmed that she had reprised her role in its sequel, The Devil's Carnival: Alleluia! On 2011, during a UStream, Evigan announced that she was working in a TV series with her family, though nothing has been confirmed yet.
A professional dancer, Evigan has appeared in music videos for Linkin Park, Flo Rida, T-Pain and Enrique Iglesias.
She has also had small roles in television series and films such as Bottom's Up, Something Sweet and Fear Itself.The film, which met with negative reviews with Rotten Tomatoes (receiving 24%), achieved box office success earning a worldwide gross of 8,424,320. A theatrical release was scrapped and was released Straight-to-DVD on May 12, 2009.Both Evigan and co-star Robert Hoffman earned the Best Kiss Award at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards. Darko, a sequel to the 2001 cult-hit horror Donnie Darko, was released. Unlike Donnie Darko, the film received negative reviews.In 2008, she won the breakout role of Andie West in the sequel to the 2006 dance drama Step Up, Step Up 2: The Streets.Filming took place in late 2007 in Baltimore and was released February 14, 2008.Just after her appearances in the music videos ‘Numb’ and ‘Push’ and some roles in ‘Bottom’s Up’, ‘Something Sweet’, and ‘Fear Itself’, she got her breakthrough in 2008 as a lead role portraying Andie West in the dance drama Step Up sequel, ‘Step Up 2: The Streets’.