While there's still over a week to go before we officially hit Halloween, the spirit of the haunted holiday came early this year all thanks to The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again.
The FOX made-for-TV musical movie finally followed in Grease: Live's footsteps Thursday night, and we have to say… we were impressed!
It's been about ten months since FOX first entered the made-for-TV musical movie realm with Grease: Live, but they went full-on film for The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again on Thursday.
While Laverne Cox, Ryan McCartan and Annaleigh Ashford seriously stole the show, who would we be if we didn't give credit to the standout performances from Victoria Justice, Staz Nair, Reeve Carney, or Ivy Levan?!
Ryan McCartan is keeping his head up following his split from (now ex) fiancée Dove Cameron.
As you may recall, earlier this month Ryan confirmed that he and his fellow Disney darling had ended their relationship. Many thought it would take a while for the Glowing in the Dark singer to move on from his heartbreak, especially since it was Miz Cameron who pulled the plug on their romance.
Nonetheless, McCartan seemed to be in high spirits on Thursday as he attended the red carpet premiere for his latest project, The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again. AH-Mazing!
While the trio is undeniably the focus of the musical remake, the event's most iconic number, the Time Warp, is actually performed by three of the show's secondary characters — Columbia, Riff-Raff, and Magenta — with the rest of the cast as backup.
Soundtrack producer Cisco Adler explains just how important it was getting Time Warp right:
"'Time Warp' is obviously the cornerstone to this soundtrack. Had to get it right but still had to flip it a bit, so we took it down south. You could say it's just a jump to the left…"
But if you don't think you can handle waiting until it premieres on Thursday, October 20… then you're in luck — The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again soundtrack will be out the next day, October 21 — and will be available for preorder on Tuesday, August 16 on iTunes!
Ch-ch-check out the Time Warp like you've never heard it before (below)!!!
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