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FutureStarrThe Cast of Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies Has Released a Music Video
The cast of Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies has released a music video for their upcoming show, which premieres April 6 on Paramount+. In it, we get to see Marisa Davila as Jane and Buddy dancing through an old drive-in movie theater to the iconic song "Grease is the Word."
The show, set four years before the events of the film, will feature original songs written by executive music producer Justin Tranter (who has collaborated with Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga and The Chicks). Jamal Sims will choreograph all of the series' musical numbers.
The cast of 'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies' have released a music video featuring them singing "Grease Is the Word," and it has now amassed hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube.
A prequel to the 1978 cult classic, this new show takes place in 1954 and follows four outcasts as they rebel against authority to have fun on their own terms, sparking a moral panic that alters Rydell High forever. It will feature characters of color as well as storylines not featured in the original film.
Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso and Tricia Fukuhara will star as the four Pink Ladies; a girl gang that's fierce, funny and fiercely protective of one another. Other cast members include Shaneel Bailey, Madison Thompson, Johnathan Nieves, Jason Schmidt and Maxwell Whittington-Cooper as Rydell High students; while Jackie Hoffman portrays assistant principal Miss McGee.
The Paramount+ series 'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies' takes place four years before Grease, yet it still features that iconic girl gang. In their most recent teaser video, we see them dancing through a drive-in theater while listening to Frankie Valli's classic hit song in an earworm version.
The video introduces the new cast members of the show - Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso, Tricia Fukuhara and Shanel Bailey - who star as the Pink Ladies.
Throughout the music video, we see each girl dance to "Grease is the Word," while also showcasing their personalities. This look differs from that of the original movie musical but nonetheless welcomes an inclusive representation of race and sexual orientation in modern-day America.
The cast of 'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies' recently released a music video which has gone viral. In it, Marisa Davila and Jason Schmidt share an intimate moment at a drive-in movie theater as they perform an acoustic rendition of "Grease Is the Word."
The music video stars Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso and Tricia Fukuhara and is set in 1954 California - four years before Grease's events.
In 1954, Jane (Davila), Nancy (Fukuhara), Olivia (Wells) and Cynthia (Notartomaso) decide to transform their bad girl reputations into positive powers. Their actions spark a moral panic that forever alters Rydell High.
In addition to the Pink Ladies, the series stars Shanel Bailey as Hazel, Madison Thompson as Susan, Johnathan Nieves as Richie, Jason Schmidt as Buddy, Maxwell Whittington-Cooper as Wally and Jackie Hoffman as school staffer Miss McGee. Premiering on Paramount+ on April 6th!
The cast of 'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies' have released a music video dedicated to #4. Starring Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso, Tricia Fukuhara and newcomer Cheyenne Isabel Wells, this clip highlights their experiences working on set together.
The series takes place four years before Grease and follows a group of students at Rydell High who form an all-girl clique known as The Pink Ladies. According to its creator Annabel Oakes, the story will not only focus on characters' relationships with one another but also examine issues like sexism and racism and how it can shape one's choices.
On April 6th, Paramount+ will debut 'Grease: Rise of The Pink Ladies' and air each Thursday following. Based off the 1978 movie musical, this show includes 30 new songs.
The premiere season will consist of 10 episodes and feature Broadway alum Shanel Bailey (The Book of Mormon), Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Wells, Ari Notartomaso, Madison Thompson, Johnathan Nieves and Jason Schmidt as school staffer Miss McGee. Jackie Hoffman will portray Miss McGee on-screen.
A new music video featuring the cast of 'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies' sings "Grease is the Word," a reworking of Frankie Valli's iconic tune from the original movie musical.
The show, premiering April 6 on Paramount+, follows four dissatisfied outcasts in 1954 as they attempt to have fun without consequences. Their actions trigger a moral panic that will forever alter Rydell High for good.
Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso, Tricia Fukuhara and Shanel Bailey star as The Pink Ladies alongside Jackie Hoffman playing Assistant Principal McGee in this series that chronicles their journey towards acceptance - while exploring themes present in the original film.
Executive producer and creator Annabel Oakes (Atypical, Transparent) penned the script and serves as showrunner. Additionally, she directed three episodes and will executive produce alongside Temple Hill's Marty Bowen, Adam Fishbach, Picturestart's Erik Feig and Samie Kim Falvey. Jamal Sims will oversee choreography while Grammy nominee Justin Tranter handles music.
Unleashing a teaser trailer for Paramount+'s upcoming musical comedy 'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies', full of all the coolness you'd expect from Grease, has arrived. Starring Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso, Tricia Fukuhara, Shanel Bailey and Madison Thompson, this show takes place four years prior to the original Grease movie and explores how the Pink Ladies were formed.
The opening scene of the video features Jane (Marisa Davila) sharing a kiss with Buddy (Jason Schmidt), before everyone else in the car breaks into song and dance. This catchy tune will surely be enjoyed by fans of both Grease's original movie and series alike!
The new show Grease takes place four years before the original, and follows four troubled outcasts who form the Pink Ladies girl gang at Rydell High. Jane (Davila), Nancy (Tricia Fukuhara), Olivia (Cheyenne Wells) and Cynthia (Ari Notartomaso) spark a moral panic that transforms Rydell High forever. Annabel Oakes wrote and executive produced each 10-episode series while serving as showrunner as well.
Four years before Sandy arrives at Rydell High, four disenchanted outcasts band together and cause a moral panic that will forever alter their perspective of themselves. Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, prequel to 1978 musical film which spawned sequel in 1982, takes place in 1954 California and stars Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso, Tricia Fukuhara, Shanel Bailey Madison Thompson Johnathan Nieves Jason Schmidt and Maxwell Whittington-Cooper as students at Rydell High.
Rise of the Pink Ladies is not only a musical, but it also confronts gender identity issues. Olivia (Cheyenne Isabel Wells) and Nancy (Tricia Fukuhara) are not Caucasian by descent, while their friends Richie (Johnathan Nieves), Wally (Maxwell Whittington-Cooper), Hazel (Shanel Bailey) and Cynthia (Ari Notartomaso) all show some level of preference for boys.
WarnerMedia ordered the series straight-to-series in October 2019, and it is set for premiere on Paramount+ this Spring. Justin Tranter will provide music for the 10-episode season along with Alison Levering, Annabel Oakes and Laura Pollak in a writing team led by them.
Paramount+ recently released a music video for their upcoming original series 'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies', taking viewers back to 1954 and Rydell High School. It's an entertaining teaser as well as providing viewers with their first look at the cast in this prequel.
A group of girls break out into song as the iconic ear-worm hits, adding a modern spin on the classic tune. Rather than simply playing clips from the original film, these remixes feature more contemporary instruments and have a faster tempo.
The music video begins with Jane (Marisa Davila) and Buddy (Jason Schmidt). Soon afterwards, everyone begins dancing along to the beat in their colorful long skirts. It's an upbeat romp that documents their transformation into stylish ladies.
Jason David Schmidt was a former Major League Baseball pitcher who spent most of his career with four teams: the Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates and Atlanta Braves. He was selected in the eighth round (206th overall) of the 1991 draft by Pittsburgh Pirates and played most of his games in the National League.