AMC returns ‘Grease’ for limited time to honor Olivia Newton-John

Australian singer and actress Olivia Newton-John and American actor John Travolta as they appear in the Paramount film 'Grease', 1978. (Photo by Paramount Pictures/Fotos International/Getty Images) (Richard Davis, 2011 Getty Images)

HOUSTON – The popular classic movie “Grease” has returned to AMC theaters for a limited time in honor of superstar actress Olivia Newton-John.

Newton-John, best known for her role as “Sandy” in the movie, died on Aug. 8 after repeated treatments for cancer. She was 73.

Fans can celebrate the actress’s life by watching “Grease” on the big screen again for $5 at selected AMC theaters. CEO of AMC Theaters, Adam Aron, said for every ticket bought, $1 will be donated to breast cancer research through AMC Cares.

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