High School Musical Star Lucas Grabeel Releases Original Song For “Little Women” Film
Lucas Grabeel who is known for his role in the High School Musical film franchise has released a song for the new film adaptation of “Little Women”. The beloved novel is celebrating 150 years since its publication. The independent film is set in modern-day finds the March sisters dealing with today’s world while at the same time staying faithful to the timeless lessons of the story. Sharing details about the song he co-wrote called “All The Things” Grabeel says the following:
“Eric Baines and I wrote this song for the upcoming movie Little Women. It’s a modern-day take on the classic story. Little Women is in theaters September 28th! Tickets are on sale now! Kelly King and I made this video! Enjoy!”
Check out the lyric video below:
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A classic story celebrating the bonds of sisterhood and family takes on new life in the modern-day adaptation of LITTLE WOMEN. Releasing from Pinnacle Peak, LITTLE WOMEN will bring its message of love, friendship, faith, loyalty and family values to a new generation of family audiences this fall.
Fans of Louisa May Alcott’s timeless classic, Little Women, and the work’s subsequent films will be drawn to theaters this September as Pinnacle Peak releases the first-ever modern cinematic retelling of the classic story.
LITTLE WOMEN is a celebration of the female voice and the bond of sisterhood—adapted by Clare Niederpruem and Kristi Shimek, directed by Clare Niederpruem, and featuring cinematography by Anka Malatynska.
Maclain Nelson produced the film with Main Dog Productions (Kristi Shimek, Steve Shimek and David Wulf), in association with Marybeth Sprows, Chris Donahue and Paulist Productions. LITTLE WOMEN will release in theaters nationwide on September 28th.
On the 150th anniversary of the beloved classic (published in 1868), a modern retelling of LITTLE WOMEN dares a new generation to dream with their mothers, sisters and friends. From girls playing in the attic to women living with purpose, the March sisters—Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy—are committed to always supporting each other. Yet growing up sometimes means growing apart.
An aspiring writer, Jo leaves for New York determined to publish a novel, but her editor challenges her to write about something more interesting—her family. When tragedy brings the sisters back home, sticking together takes on new meaning. As Jo comforts her sick sister, Beth asks for one thing: a story.
Jo knows the perfect one … by heart.
In theaters this fall, LITTLE WOMEN—starring Lea Thompson (BACK TO THE FUTURE) —brings the same sisters to a new generation to celebrate dreams, family and unconditional love.
LITTLE WOMEN also stars Sarah Davenport as “Jo,” Melanie Stone as “Meg,” Taylor Murphy as “Amy,” Allie Jennings as “Beth,” Ian Bohen (Teen Wolf) as “Freddy,” Lucas Grabeel (High School Musical, “Family Guy”) as “Laurie,” and Bart Johnson (High School Musical) as “Papa March.”