Fame garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories, with particular praise for its title song performed by Irene Cara. Following the film's release, a television spin-off, Fame , aired on the NBC network for two seasons from January 7, to August 4, The series was then renewed for first-run syndication , and four additional seasons were produced.
In , it was announced that producer David De Silva was developing a stage version of the film. In , MGM Television produced a second series inspired by the film. Lewis , focused on the lives of several students attending a drama and dance school in Los Angeles, California. Moses , and Lesli Margherita in starring roles. In , MGM and Touchstone Television planned to develop a two-hour television film that would serve as a direct sequel to Fame , followed by a spin-off television series.
Both projects were to be produced for the ABC network. The series would feature new cast members as the young students, as well as those from the film, as well as updated versions of the songs "Fame" and "Out Here on My Own". Michael Gore was to act as an executive producer for both projects with his producing partner Lawrence Cohen, through their production label White Cap Productions.
In , MGM Television produced a reality television series titled Fame , in an attempt to capitalize on the success of the largely popular American Idol. The series premiered on NBC on May 28, , and a total of ten episode were produced. Lee emerged as the winner of the competition, based on home-audience votes. In , it was announced that MGM Television was producing a modern-day television series inspired by the film, with Nigel Lythgoe acting as an executive producer. Debbie Allen was the only cast member from the film to have a supporting role, appearing as the school's principal.
The film was notable for its lighter tone, in contrast to the earlier film's gritty subject matter. It's not staying true to the grittiness and authenticity of the original. Fame was the last musical film to be produced by MGM, before the studio merged with United Artists in The film and its title song helped launch Irene Cara's musical career. She recorded three solo albums and contributed to several film soundtracks, notably performing " Flashdance Ray struggled with drug and alcohol addictions, and worked sporadically after the series ended in In , he was diagnosed as HIV-positive and died from a stroke on November 14, The film was Christopher Gore's only original screenplay.
He was also involved with the television series as its creator, and wrote several episodes before his death from cancer on May 18, After Fame , Louis Falco continued to work as a commercial choreographer for several music videos and films. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Fame film. Theatrical release poster. David De Silva Alan Marshall.
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PG | 1h 47min | Comedy, Drama, Musical | 25 September (USA) An updated version of the musical Fame (), which centered on the students of the New York Academy of Performing Arts. She sparks with Sean, the leader of a dance crew whose neighborhood is threatened by Emily's. Fame is a American teen musical drama film directed by Alan Parker. Set in New York City, it chronicles the lives and hardships of students attending the.
Fame is a film which shows how kids prepare themselves for failure as well as success. Michael Gore. Main article: Fame film. American Film Institute.
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