“The thing that was exciting to me was you find out what happens to Baby and Johnny years later,” Debra Messing, who plays Baby‘s mom, added.
Baby and Johnny’s fate together was never addressed in the original film.
For “All the Fine Boys,” however, the process became much more involved: “Once you go through real-life shit,” Breslin tells Backstage, “it’s hard to go back to a place where you weren’t aware of what goes on in the world.” Breslin has experienced her share of “real-life shit,” but there was one particular element of “Dirty Dancing” that real life hadn’t equipped her for, and it’s in the title. Literally negative zero,” she joked as she described where her dancing was before working on the movie.
“I was like, ‘I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I can’t walk in a straight line.’ ” Breslin would give herself a few points above a zero now (“maybe a four or five”), but more importantly, her training—led by Tony-winning “Hamilton” and “Bandstand” choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler—gave her a sense of appreciation for both her peers and herself.
She was even joined by her co-stars for a few snaps as they even playfully posed rubbing Erica Schmidt's belly.
All The Fine Boys is a coming of age tale of two teenage girls in Eighties suburban South Carolina.
star opened up about her journey in learning the movie’s most iconic dances for the musical remake.Also starring in the upcoming made for television movie are Sarah Hyland as Lisa Houseman, Katey Sagal as Vivian Pressman, Nicole Scherzinger as Penny Rivera, Bruce Greenwood as Dr.Jake Houseman, Billy Dee Williams as Tito, Shane Harper as Robbie Gould, Trevor Einhorn as Neil Kellerman, Casper Smart as Billy Kotsecki, and J. The remake is set to air tonight on ABC – be sure to tune in!“I would have never not taken it, because that would be really dumb,” she adds.“But I did think about it, and I thought like, ‘Am I going to embarrass myself in front of the world?