Jennifer Gray’s Frances “Child” Houseman isn’t the one authentic “Soiled Dancing” character returning for the sequel.
The actress told “Extra” that “Child” shall be joined by extra characters from the 1987 hit movie, although all “fairly just a few years older.”
“I’d say that you would be able to rely on it being at Kellerman’s, returning to Kellerman’s,” she mentioned of the Catskills resort the place the primary movie was set.
The movie helped make her and costar Patrick Swayze superstars earlier than he died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 57 in 2009.
Grey told People magazine in April that she’d been engaged on the script for a “Soiled Dancing” sequel for years, which she hoped would seize among the magic of the unique and translate it for a more moderen viewers.
“At present folks suppose that their id is restricted, the world has informed them what it’s,” Grey said then. “However there are particular individuals who can see different components of you. ‘Soiled Dancing’ was a fairy story, a profitable film and system, utilizing dance as a metaphor for embodying your vitality and getting out of your head, and your limiting perception programs.”
The “Soiled Dancing” sequel is about to begin filming subsequent yr.