The film opens with several teens dancing to Loggins' original version of the song.
Like the original film, the 2011 version also features "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" by the heavy metal band Quiet Riot and "Let's Hear It for the Boy" by Deniece Williams.
Ren then flings confetti into a shredding machine and yells, "Let's dance!
" The movie ends with everyone dancing to the opening song "Footloose".
Fifth: Dawg, thanks for being my navigator and travel companion. (note to self: jeans tucked into boots is NOT a good look for someone as short as me!
)Hey Sandee..i was glad to go down there with you.need to do it againi'm glad you atleast got some sleep on the ride home.. MAN, i didn't think that car of your's could go THAT fast....
A scene taken from the original film, in which Mc Cormack plays a game of "chicken" with his love interest's boyfriend, was filmed on the Chattahoochee River bridge on Franklin Parkway in downtown Franklin also in October.Footloose was promoted on the October 11, 2011, episode of Dancing with the Stars.The episode featured film stars Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough—a former champion on the show—dancing to the songs "Holding Out for a Hero" and "Footloose" from the film's soundtrack with Blake Shelton performing the song live.Soon after arriving, Ren befriends Willard Hewitt, a fellow senior at Bomont High, and from him learns about the ban on dancing.He soon begins to be attracted to Moore's rebellious daughter - Bobby's sister Ariel - who is dating dirt-track driver Chuck Cranston.