People are going ga ga for the "La La Land" moves at a dance studio near you.
TV shows like "Dancing with The Stars" and "So You Think You Can Dance" already spawned a revived interest in ballroom dancing.
But the steps from "La La Land" are taking it to a new level.
"I've just heard that everyone wants to get into more classes," says Julz Tocker, co-owner of Just Dance. "All of these things have given us dancers businesses and careers."
He adds, "I think [the film's] opened everyone’s eyes to hopefully bringing back the old Hollywood dance like by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers."
The film's choreography will be taught over a six-week intensive course.
"You can absolutely leave this feeling like a pro," says Tyree. "I know I was floating by the time I was done with my lesson."