'Dirty Dancing' sequel in the works with original star Jennifer Grey

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Dirty Dancing sequel Jennifer Grey’s return to the film will be very exciting for fans

"It will be exactly the kind of romantic nostalgic movie that the franchise's fans have been waiting for".

The 1987 original followed awkward teenager Frances "Baby" Houseman, played by Grey, who falls in love with Patrick Swayze's dance instructor Johnny Castle during a summer vacation in upstate NY in the '60s.

And as if the news wasn't good enough on its own, it has been reported that Jennifer Grey is and set to be an executive producer AND star in the film.

The actress played Frances "Baby" Houseman in the 1987 film, which saw her fall in love with Patrick Swayze's hunky dancing instructor Johnny Castle at a holiday resort.

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The Dirty Dancing sequel has not been given a release date yet.

In what is probably the best news of 2020 so far, a Dirty Dancing sequel has just been announced.

Jennifer previously explained that she had difficulty spinning around in the film's famous dance finale.

The new addition in this article is that Heat Bodies director Jonathan Levine has come to be attached.

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The daughter of Oscar victor Joel Grey, Jennifer recently split from her longtime husband Clark Gregg after 19 years of marriage.

Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer has finally confirmed long-standing rumours that another Dirty Dancing sequel is in the works. "The pic gained an Oscar and Golden Globe for the authentic music "(I have Had) The Time of My Life" by Frank Previte, John DeNicola and Donald Markowitz.

However, others seemed concerned about going ahead with a remake without Swayze, with @DiscussingFilm writing: "Patrick Swayze was THE Dirty Dancing".

A number of spin-offs have been released since the film's initial outing, however none have captured the same passionate energy involved in the original film.

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Tragically, Swayze will not be part of the new film, as he passed away after a battle with pancreatic cancer in 2009.

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