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"Actually, I kind of remember they did ask [John Travolta and I].They approached John and I to do it and then it didn’t happen.But while Pfeiffer struggled to return to Hollywood's fold after the flop - Scarface director Brian De Palma initially refused to let her audition for her next film - Caulfield bore the brunt of Grease II's reputation: "I learnt a pretty harsh lesson early on. That showed that she had range, that she was versatile. After Grease 2, the films I’d been promised never materialised. Despite being a straight-A student who wears spectacles and pastel sweaters, he immediately falls for Stephanie (Pfeiffer) but is informed, via the medium of song and dance, that she's "looking for a dream on a mean machine/ With hell in his eyes".Michael promptly buys a motorcycle and pair of identity-hiding goggles and morphs into mystery hero Cool Rider, repeatedly racing to the rescue of his Rydell High cohorts when they're threatened by rival bike gang Cycle Lords. ) to finally reveal he's none other than geeky, courteous Michael, an unveiling that sparks, naturally, dancing and smooching all round.
This is a movie that was decried as being so bad it effectively stalled rising Broadway star Caulfield's career for 10 years, the actor bemoaning, "Before came out, I was being hailed as the next Richard Gere or John Travolta." He likened the critical and public reaction to "a bucket of cold water...Main stars Maxwell Caulfield and Michelle Pfeiffer were also distinctly underwhelmed - to put it lightly.While Pfeiffer triumphed in Catwoman, a role Halle Berry despised, she was no Olivia Newton-John: "I hated that film with a vengeance and could not believe how bad it was," she said in 2007.But tunes like 'Back to School Again', 'Cool Rider' and the cheerfully daffy 'Reproduction' are perfectly credible - they're certainly not the duds reported at the time.
Also of interest in , when scheduled, were going to take the franchise into the late '60s and then the Watergate era, with the rockers of the first two movies superseded by the disillusioned kids of the counterculture." host Andy Cohen asked, reading a question sent in by a viewer."Not a lot," the English Aussie actress, 68, said on the Bravo show.Dancing With the Stars' Julianne Hough took over Newton-John's iconic role, while Aaron Tveit played the T-Birds ringleader.