They’ve always given every project their all, and “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” is no different for the Jonas Brothers.
According to Joe Jonas, “I think overall the production and the music were definitely on the next level. The staging was phenomenal for the film. We were always filming somewhere different. Every other day was a new location.”
“For us, that was really exciting because for the first one we stuck to about three different sets, and this time probably having 15, 16 different sets, for us, that was really exciting.”
Joe continued, “The story line is really great. They built a camp for the movie and they blocked off a whole mile radius so that people couldn’t really find out what the movie was about. It was a really fun experience, and everyone really kept it under wraps. The director was the one who kind of leaked pictures on his Facebook … of all the people!”
Closing out a day of tennis fun, the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato took the stage at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City on Saturday (August 28).
The “Camp Rock 2” stars gave the energetic performance as part of the annual 2010 Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day coming ahead of the US Open tennis tournament.
Of the family friendly event, Michael Fiur, the executive producer of Arthur Ashe Day, said, “We think it’s one of the great ways to learn, not only sports skills but life skills. For kids to become leaders, for kids to improve their education, there are all kinds of scholarship programs. So it’s really about combining sports and education through the USTA’s community tennis programs.”
Also partaking in the event were the biggest names in the world of tennis including Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Pictures of the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato, as well as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, at Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day: PHOTO GALLERY
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