'The Sound of Music Live's' Carrie Underwood: 'What did I get myself into?'

"The Sound of Music Live!" is just that.It's decidedly not a remake of the 1965 movie. Carrie Underwood is not trying to be Julie Andrews, nor is Stephen Moyer trying to be Christopher Plummer.No one is making that mistake.Rather, NBC's three-hour production on Thursday (Dec. 5) is intended as an event, the sort for which people once gathered around a television instead of catching up with on their phones.Underwood, like most folks, grew up watching the movie."I don't think I could remember the first time I saw it," she tells Zap2iton a break from rehearsals.Tucked away in a ballet studio in lower Manhattan, the cast worked for four weeks before heading out to a Long Island set to rehearse another two weeks until the big day.Wearing hot pink leggings, a gray sweatshirt and green sneakers, but in full makeup because of a morning talk show appearance, Underwood smiles as she says, "This was one of...



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