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France IFOP . West Germany Official German Charts . Ireland IRMA . Initially shocked, Johnny gives him a T-Birds jacket, officially welcoming him into the gang, and Stephanie is delighted that she can now be with him. Michael and Stephanie share a very passionate kiss and he whispers that he loves her. All the couples pair off happily at the seniors' graduation as the graduating class sings "We'll Be Together". The credits start rolling in yearbook -style, as in the original film "Back To School Again".
Having seen his performances, Allan Carr offered Caulfield the role of Michael over thousands of applicants. However, when Grease 2 flopped, nobody would touch me. It felt like a bucket of cold water had been thrown in my face. It took me 10 years to get over Grease 2. With only a few television roles and small film appearances, the year-old Pfeiffer was an unknown actress when she attended the casting call audition for the role of Stephanie.
Carr decided to hire Patricia Birch as director for the sequel, as she had previously served as the choreographer for the stage and film versions of Grease. Birch was initially hesitant to accept after learning that neither composers Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey nor John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John would be involved in film. Grease 2 was intended to be the second film and first sequel in a proposed Grease franchise of four films and a television series.
The third and fourth films were to take place in the s and during the counterculture era. However, the projects were scrapped due to the underwhelming box office performance of Grease 2. Birch proposed an idea to feature Travolta and Newton-John reprising their characters as a now married couple running a gas station near the end of the film, which did not come to fruition. Timothy Hutton was announced as a male star,  but Maxwell Caulfield was signed after impressing producers on Broadway in Entertaining Mister Sloane.
That was really weird for me. I'd been taking singing lessons and I had taken dance, because I loved to dance, but I had never considered myself a professional at all.
I went on this audition as a fluke, and somehow, through the process of going back and dancing, and then going back and singing, I ended up getting the part. I went crazy with that movie. I came to New York and the paparazzi were waiting at the hotel. I know the producers put them up to it. I am basically very private, and I'm really nervous about doing publicity.
Every time I set up an interview, I say, "That's it, this is my last one. I'll do this because I committed to doing it, but I'm never doing another one. Lorna Luft was the last star cast. Adrian Zmed had previously played the role of Danny Zuko in the stage version of Grease , a role he would later reprise in the s. In the film, after Stephanie wins the contest, it goes on to show the stakeout in the final scene.
Originally, there were a few minutes dedicated to a scene in which Michael believed to be dead in his alter ego, by Stephanie comes out on stage as Stephanie is exiting the stage, unbeknownst to her that he is the cool rider and he is alive. He attempts to ask her what's wrong and she storms past him and runs off crying, then it cuts to the stakeout.
There was a scene within the "Who's that Guy? None of these scenes have been shown since the film's release. The site's consensus reads: " Grease 2 is undeniably stocked with solid songs and well-choreographed dance sequences, but there's no getting around the fact that it's a blatant retread of its far more entertaining predecessor. This time the story can't even masquerade as an excuse for stringing the songs together.
What songs? Sha Na Na. Those Magic Changes. Hound Dog. Born to Hand Jive. Tears On My Pillow. Freddy My Love. Rock 'N' Roll Party Queen. Louis St.2LP – Pink Vinyl Indie Only: alleen verkrijgbaar bij deze winkels “Grease” – The Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture was originally released on May 6, This release is mastered from the original tapes and cut at Half-Speed–tracks such as the Academy Award Nominated “Hopelessly Devoted To You” and All Time Top 20 Best [ ].