'Grease' never fails to reinvent itself. First, it was a 1971 Broadway musical. Then it was a smash 1978 movie (let's not mention a certain sequel). More recently, it has been revived for the Broadway stage -- first in 1994 and again in 2007.

But the makers of 'Grease' have to be commended for not doing what so many studios are doing these days -- remaking classic films with modern-day actors. 'Grease' could very easily be done today with Zach Efron and Miley Cyrus, and everyone over the age of 20 would cringe while it raked in tween dollars at the box office.

But thankfully that remake has not been made (maybe a lesson was learned from that Michelle Pfeiffer-starring sequel). Where 'Grease' is reinventing itself this summer is in a re-release of the classic 1978 John Travolta and Olivia Newton John musical film -- with subtitles. Yes, coming soon in a limited engagement to a city perhaps near you is 'Grease: Sing-A-Long!'