Hello, I am DjPault. This blog is dedicated to Olivia Newton-John. I have been hopelessly devoted to Olivia ever since my aunt took me to see "Grease" in 1978 when I was eight years old. On this blog you'll find rare pictures, the latest news and more. I also run an 80's remix blog called Burning The Ground so come visit me there too.
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Wednesday, July 14, 2010
But this year, USA TODAY's Susan Wloszczyna reports the organizers are more than making up for that oversight with a world premiere on Sept. 9 that couldn't be more Canadian if it were maple-scented: Score: A Hockey Musical. It's a song-stuffed tale written and directed by Michael McGowan (King Ralph) about a young puck whacker who hits the big time.
If that weren't enough, the film features Olivia Newton-John, who might be an Aussie but knows her way around a campy movie musical after her big-screen breakthrough in 1978's Grease. "I can't think of a better way to kick off our 35th anniversary festival than with Score: A Hockey Musical," Cameron Bailey, festival co-director, says in today's official announcement. "It continues our tradition of launching the very best in Canadian filmmaking -- although in 35 years this is our first musical romance about hockey." The 11-day festival runs until Sept. 19.