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CANNES, France: "Grease" is about to come roaring back with a small-screen version called "Grease: Rydell High," named after the high school where the 1978 movie was based.Sparked by the success of the 2017 Oscar winner "La La Land," Hollywood has taken the form to its heart again with Steven Spielberg shooting "West Side Story" with a new screenplay by Tony Kushner.Greenblatt said the new show would be made by Paramount for the U.S. cable network HBO, which would stream it on its upcoming joint online platform WarnerMedia HBO Max.Paramount also shot a 2016 live version of "Grease" that won five Emmy Awards.
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