Grease is turning 40 years old this year and its stars are celebrating in a big way.
Grease is still the word as the iconic musical gets ready for its big theatrical re-release this April.
Fox's first live musical, Grease Live, proved to be a huge ratings hit, with 12.2 million viewers tuning in, beating the last two NBC musicals.
As Grease transitioned from the stage to the screen, a number of big 70s stars turned down the movie at the last minute.
Grease: Live has announced casting for the iconic role of Mrs. Murdock, the T-Birds shop teacher.
All of your favorite characters from Rydell High come back to life in a new trailer for Fox's live musical Grease: Live, airing January 31.
Get your first look at Julianne Hough as Sandy, Vanessa Hudgens as Rizzo and Aaron Tveit as Danny in Fox's new musical Grease Live.
The live special will feature an unannounced young ensemble cast, with the classic music and story from both the Broadway musical and the hit movie.
The hosting duo reenacts 'You're the One That I Want' in this musical number that was excised from last night's show.
The director of the classic 1978 musical talks about this new restored version of the film and what is coming up next for him.
Iron Man 2, Shrek Forever After, Dinner for Schmucks, The Last Airbender, Middle Men, and Grease: The Sing-Along.
Pfeiffer starred in the 1982 box-office flop Grease 2.
The network is on the hunt for the next Danny Zuko and Sandy Dumbrowski.