Julianne Hough

‘Grease: Live’ Lands ‘Brady Bunch’ Star Eve Plumb

‘Grease: Live’ Lands ‘Brady Bunch’ Star Eve Plumb

As if Grease: Live wasn't already shaping up to be something truly special in the history of live TV events, it just got a whole lot cooler. The Fox production has just announced that they've found their Mrs. Mrudock. Yes, The Brady Bunch's Jane Brady is getting ready to do the hand jive!

Eve Plumb is taking on the fan-favorite role of the T-Birds shop teacher. Fox will air the production of the popular musical live on January 31. The role was originally played by Alice Ghostley in the 1978 classic Grease opposite John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

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‘Grease: Live’ Trailer Has Julianne Hough Doing the Hand Jive

‘Grease: Live’ Trailer Has Julianne Hough Doing the Hand Jive

Featuring a young ensemble cast, Grease: Live will reintroduce and reimagine some of the show's most memorable moments, great music and timeless love story to an entirely new generation. In this live television adaptation of the musical classic, the beginning of senior year means the end of Danny and Sandy's summer romance - until Sandy unexpectedly transfers to Danny's high school. Can Danny maintain his bad-boy image as the coolest member of the T-Birds, once he and Sandy start going together, and can Sandy remain a good girl after she joins the Pink Ladies? With their friends Rizzo and Kenickie pulling them in different directions, it's up to Danny and Sandy to stay hopelessly devoted as they make their way from Rydell High to a new frontier.

Grease: Live stars Julianne Hough as the angelic Sandy - Rydell High's most talked-about newcomer - and Aaron Tveit as bad boy Danny Zuko. Also tapped to star are Vanessa Hudgens as iconic bad girl Rizzo, Keke Palmer as the sassy Pink Lady Marty Maraschino and Carlos PenaVega as Kenickie, Danny's tough-guy sidekick. Pop powerhouse and Grammy Award-nominated singer Jessie J will open the live event with a performance of a brand-new version of "Grease (Is the Word)," written by Barry Gibb.

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‘Grease: Live’ First Look at Julianne Hough & Vanessa Hudgens

‘Grease: Live’ First Look at Julianne Hough & Vanessa Hudgens

Back in April 2014, Fox announced Grease: Live, a live three-hour musical special. Today, Fox, via TV Line, has released the first three photos from this highly-anticipated event, giving us our first look at Julianne Hough as Sandy, Vanessa Hudgens as Rizzo and Aaron Tveit as Danny. Fox will air this three-hour event on Sunday, January 31 from 7 PM to 10 PM.

Grease Live will reintroduce and reimagine some of the show's most memorable moments, great music and timeless love story to an entirely new generation. In this live television adaptation of the musical classic, the beginning of senior year means the end of Danny and Sandy's summer romance - until Sandy unexpectedly transfers to Danny's high school. With their friends pulling them in different directions, it's up to Danny and Sandy to stay hopelessly devoted as they make their way from Rydell High to a new frontier.

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EXCLUSIVE: Julianne Hough Talks ‘Safe Haven’

EXCLUSIVE: Julianne Hough Talks ‘Safe Haven’

Actress Julianne Hough discusses her role in the Nicholas Sparks adaptation Safe Haven, opening in theaters February 14

Julianne Hough's wide-ranging talents were first put on display as a dancer in shows like Show Me the Money and the ABC reality juggernaut Dancing with the Stars. It wasn't long before the silver screen came calling, as she landed roles in music-themed projects Burlesque, Footloose, and Rock of Ages. Julianne Hough's new drama Safe Haven gives fans both a glimpse at her dramatic acting chops, and a Nicholas Sparks adaptation that isn't just a straight-up romance.

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Six ‘Safe Haven’ Clips

Six ‘Safe Haven’ Clips

This Valentine's Day, get swept away by the romantic thriller Safe Haven, based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks and starring sexy on-screen couple Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel. We have six new clips from this stirring drama about a troubled young woman seeking to reclaim her life and find new love. Watch as these two lovebirds become acquainted and learn to live again. We're also throwing in a bonus featurette focusing on actress Julianne Hough. Consider it our Valentine to you.

Safe Haven was released February 14th, 2013.

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‘Safe Haven’ Hi-Res Photo Gallery

‘Safe Haven’ Hi-Res Photo Gallery

Relativity Media has provided us with a high-resolution photo gallery for Safe Haven, director Lasse Hallström's adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel, arriving in theaters this Valentine's Day. Julianne Hough stars as Katie, a young woman who runs away from her troubled Boston life and starts fresh in the sleepy North Carolina town of Southport. She forms a bond with shopkeeper Alex (Josh Duhamel), but before she can start a new life, she must confront her past demons. Take a look at these photos featuring Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel, David Lyons as the tenacious Boston cop Kevin Tierney, Cobie Smulders as Katie's new neighbor Jo, and Mimi Kirkland and Noah Lomax as Alex's children Kristen and Josh.

Safe Haven was released February 14th, 2013.

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‘Safe Haven’ 'Can't Let You Go' Featurette

‘Safe Haven’ 'Can't Let You Go' Featurette

If you want to spend Valentine's Day a weeping mess, then make sure to reserve your tickets for the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation Safe Haven, which arrives on the lovers' holiday Thursday, February 14th. We have a new featurette from this romantic drama starring Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough, and Cobie Smulders. Hear from the cast and crew as they take viewers behind-the-scenes of this thrilling and suspenseful story about one woman's attempts to love again. We also have new photos with the cast.

Safe Haven was released February 14th, 2013.

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Julianne Hough Takes on ‘Time and a Half’

Julianne Hough Takes on ‘Time and a Half’

Julianne Hough is in talks for screenwriter Diablo Cody's latest project Time and a Half, directed by Ol Parker.

The story centers on a college graduate (Julianne Hough) forced to take a temporary job at a trophy store to make ends meet. She soon runs into her sister's high school boyfriend at the shop, with whom she once had a one-night stand with ages ago.

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