Sandra Dee " Sandy" Olsson born is one of the main characters in Grease. Sandy and her family moved to America from Australia, after summer vacation. She and Michael Carrington from Grease 2 are cousins. She is also the girlfriend to Danny Zuko. She didn't become a member of the Pink Ladies, because Rizzo, the leader, thought she was "too pure to be pink", although at the end of the movie she is accepted as female greaser. Sandy is portrayed by Olivia Newton-John in the film, by Julianne Hough in the performance, by Danielle Hope in the UK tour and by Skye Hunt in the version performance alongside her co-star and singer, Nathan Parker who played Hunt's love interest.
Grease 's most notorious fan theory suggests that Olivia Newton-John's Sandy is in fact dying throughout the movie and the story only plays out in her imagination. Arguably one of the most famous movie theories of all time, it offers a completely different perspective on the movie's otherwise mostly upbeat tone, adding darkness to the musical's joyous light. And while the theory has its detractors, it remains incredibly popular, because it is tied to the film's strangest mystery: what its end really means. Adapted from the surprisingly raunchy Broadway musical of the same name, Randal Kleiser's s set high-school musical was a mostly grounded navigation through the struggles of supposedly typical teenage years.
Why Grease's Strange Ending Inspired The Search For Answers
Grease is a American musical romantic comedy film based on the musical of the same name by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Written by Bronte Woodard  and directed by Randal Kleiser in his theatrical feature film debut, the film depicts the lives of greaser Danny Zuko and Australian transfer student Sandy Olsson who develop an attraction for each other. Released on June 16, , Grease was successful both critically and commercially, becoming the highest-grossing musical film ever at the time. In , the film was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". Launching the franchise of the same name , a sequel, Grease 2 , was released in , starring Maxwell Caulfield and Michelle Pfeiffer as a newer class of greasers.
Suivez Nous. With a cigarette held between her scarlet red lips, Olivia Newton-John electrifies John Travolta in the legendary musical of the s. Throwback to the most scandalous rock'n'roll look of cinema. Proof that the Grease phenomenon is not going to die out, 40 years after the release of the most popular musical of all time, the sounds of Summer Nights and Greased Lightning continue to rock the world. The s outfits, the hair wax, the pink jacket of the Pink Ladies and above all, the legendary final scene where Sandy - played by Olivia Newton-John - turns into a femme fatale to win the heart of Danny Zuko. It's going from a tidy girl in a mini skirt and pastel cardigan to a goddess in skinny pants that Sandy makes the rebel lose control. XXL curls, crimson lipstick and heeled mules… Vogue reveals the secrets of a look that has become legendary.