Not all of them are actresses with a box office smash, a TV series and a Golden Globe nomination under their belts.Nikki Blonsky, the star of the 2007 musical “Hairspray,” saw her star-making role lead quickly into a fallow period; after her ABC Family series “Huge” was canceled after a single season, Blonsky has worked rarely.
She’s completely comfortable with how she is and her sexuality. She’s in a relationship with Nikki Blonsky’s character, Terese, and she really is the spearhead for this group, and its formation and the idea for Geography Club. But I feel like New Yorkers are really straightforward. As an actress and someone who has been working in the industry for some time, what’s your perspective on that shift? What I love about this movie is that it is a teen movie, but the characters in the move are actually breaking stereotypes.
Tracy Turnblad, a teenager with all the right moves, is obsessed with the Corny Collins Show.
Every day after school, she and her best friend Penny run home to watch the show and drool over the hot Link Larkin, much to Tracy's mother Edna's dismay.
Tracy then decides that it's not fair that the black kids can only dance on the Corny Collins Show once a month, and with the help of Seaweed, Link, Penny, Motormouth Maybelle, her father and Edna, she's going to integrate the show.....without denting her 'do!
Edna (John Travolta's character) says "Look, if you want to be famous, learn how to take blood outta car upholstery".
This could be seen as a reference to Pulp Fiction (1994), when Travolta's character (Vince) accidentally shoots Marvin in Jules' (Samuel L. They have to take the car to Jules' friend and call in the Wolf (a man who deals with big problems) to help them clean up the mess all over them and the car. Oh, oh, oh, pulling me out to the smiles and the streets that I love. See more » Breakout Music by Marc Shaiman Lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman Performed by Chester Gregory (c) 2007 Winding Brook Way Music (ASCAP)/Walli Woo Entertainment (ASCAP) All Rights Reserved See more » Had it not been for a free pass to an advance screening, I must admit that my friends would have had trouble getting me to see ' Hairspray.' I don't mind musicals but ' Hairspray' didn't seem like something I'd enjoy.