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CHICAGO – In our latest edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: DVD, we have 1 DVD and 1 soundtrack up for grabs to the new film “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming”!

“Stomp the Yard: Homecoming” features Collins Pennie, Terrence Jenkins, Pooch Hall, Keith David, Columbus Short, Stephen Boss, David Banner, Kiely Williams and Tika Sumpter from director Rob Hardy (“The Gospel”). The film’s screenplay is by Albert Leon and Meena Payne. Columbus Short served as executive producer with William Packer producing.

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The DVD for Stomp the Yard: Homecoming
The DVD for “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming”.
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Here is the synopsis to “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming”:

In the countdown to a national step-off, rivalries at Truth University run red hot. The Theta Nus are counting on new pledge Chance Harris (Collins Pennie) to lead the team to victory. But he’s too caught up in his own problems to focus.

At odds with his father, caught up in romantic troubles and targeted by a street gang for an unpaid debt, Chance must decide what is truly important and make the choices that will shape his life. “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming” unites a powerful cast featuring Terrence J and Pooch Hall with a soundtrack packed with pulse-pounding tracks.

Directed by Rob Hardy (“The Gospel”), “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming” is from a story by Albert Leon and a screenplay by Albert Leon and Meena Payne. Columbus Short served as executive producer with William Packer producing.

Here is the trailer for “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming”:

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Star Whether it was dancing or singing, what’s your story of most letting loose?

This HollywoodChicago.com Hookup is simple: one lucky reader will be selected as the winner of our free “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming” DVD and soundtrack! The winner will be mailed their DVD and CD at our expense. Good luck!

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goodscot's picture

Letting Loose

Definitely dancing. Once night in Paris with my grad school friends I got pulled up onstage by one of the female dancers who decided to take my clothes off so I ended up in my boxers with my pants around my ankles!!!

Rica14's picture

Letting loose

Dancing is the best way to forget all of your troubles!!

claudiagarcia76's picture

Singing and Dancing

I say both singing and dancing helps! I like to blast my music and start singing and dancing to my favorite song, which is usually something from the 90’s. That usually makes me feel better…

livellee21's picture


I can remember in college when it was our annual football game with a nearby rival school and I was known to be one of the best dancers at all the house parties. I love “house” music and anytime I would hear it I was ready to give myself over to the music and dance all night long. One year I remember dancing even after the party stopped and it was about 6am, I was about the only female still on the dance floor. I never wanted the good time to stop!.

Lisa Lee, livellee21@yahoo.com 9344 S. Paxton Chgo, IL 60617

Anonymous's picture


When my friends and i get together we love to throw on the music and cut loose. It does not matter what time of day or when, we love dancing and singing.

Treasures's picture

Cutting Loose

It wasn’t dancing or singing. The last day I spent in Europe, we were given the afternoon off to have some free time. One of guys in our group had an international drivers license as he was from a military family in the US. He rented a car and drove us around. That was one wild ride.

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