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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.(The plot is a rerun of the original, albeit with a gender reversal.Set in 1961, two years after Danny and Sandy headed skywards in their red convertible, we open on a new school year at Rydell High School as Sandy's cousin Michael (Caulfield) arrives from England.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going to take the franchise into the late '60s and then the Watergate era, with the rockers of the first two movies superseded by the disillusioned kids of the counterculture.It turned away a young Tom Cruise for the role of T-Birds leader Johnny Nogerelli, instead plumping for the strikingly uncharismatic Adrian Zmed.And its m take at the box office ( took 5m from a m budget) put paid to plans of a third and fourth movie, followed by a TV series.
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.
It entered its 58-day shoot working from an unfinished script, with Didi Conn (reappearing as Frenchy, though she vanishes halfway through the movie) calling the production "rushed, frantic and unorganised".