As you probably know all too well, fans of "Glee" were shocked to their very core recently when show co-creator Ryan Murphy announced that stars Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith would soon face the bane of all high school dramas: Graduation. Luckily, he later backtracked, but it got us thinking: What's going to happen to our favorite "Glee" stars after their time on TV is done?
To celebrate the upcoming release of "Glee: The 3D Concert Movie" on Aug. 12, then, we've decided to ask you guys which "Glee" cast member you think going to have the biggest film career once the music stops. Will it be Michele? Colfer? Dianna Agron? Or some other surprise pick?
Furthermore, who will have the biggest music career and who would win in an arm-wrestling contest?
So many questions, so little time. Thankfully, there's our ultimate "Glee" movie poll.
To help you with the first question, we've got a handy-dandy scorecard of the "Glee" castmembers upcoming movie projects:
How She Wowed Us in "Glee:" Michele's Rachel Berry is a headstrong go getter; she could be annoying, but somehow Michele makes us root for her all the same.
What She Has Next: The ensemble romance "New Year's Eve;" voicework on the animated film "Dorothy of Oz."
What Else She Could Do: Gosh, what can't Michele do? One thing we'd love, though, is to see her star in a period romance -- you know, something during World War II maybe.
Stars Whose Path She Could Follow: Julie Andrews, Barbra Streisand (duh!)
How He Wowed Us in "Glee:" As Blaine Anderson, mentor and boyfriend of fan favorite Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer), this leader of the Warblers has both boys and girls swooning over his every move. Plus, we have him to thank for the adorableness mini Warbler.
What He Has Next: The Kristen Wiig comedy "Imogene."
What Else He Could Do: With his leading man looks and undeniable screen presence, we think Criss would make a swell action hero in a big summer tentpole. "Transformers 4," anyone?
Stars Whose Path He Could Follow: Taylor Lautner, Ben Affleck
How She Wowed Us in "Glee:" Initially intended to be a standard mean girl character, Agron's nuanced performance as cheerleader Quinn Fabray turned her into a fan favorite.
What She Has Next: Possibly a sequel for "I Am Number Four."
What Else She Could Do: Agron already has a pretty sizeable body of work in Hollywood, but hasn't yet landed the starring role she deserves; we think an edgy indie character piece would be just the right platform to showcase her many talents.
Stars Whose Path She Could Follow: Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron
How He Wowed Us in "Glee:" In the movies, the quarterback of the high school football team is usually a one dimensional egotist. Monteith's character, Finn Hudson, turned that on its head and smashed the stereotype forever.
What He Has Next: The indie comedy "Brothers & Sisters," which co-stars Tyler Labine.
What Else He Could Do: Monteith got his start in horror films, but the guy is funny. We'd love to see him playing a hilarious sidekick in a smart rom-com.
Stars Whose Path He Could Follow: Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman
How She Wowed Us in "Glee:" Morris wasn't even supposed to be on the show, but she parlayed a brief choreography gig into a co-starring role thanks to her hilarious turn as the vastly stupid cheerleader Brittany S. Pierce.
What She Has Next: The indie drama "Post;' voicework on the animated comedy "Ice Age: Continental Drift;" that ongoing "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" rumor.
What Else She Could Do: She obviously has some major comedy chops; we'd love to see her show them off in a buddy film opposite Anna Faris or Kristen Wiig.
Stars Whose Path She Could Follow: Anna Faris, Elisabeth Banks
How He Wowed Us in "Glee:" His note-perfect (no pun intended) portrayal of the out and proud Kurt Hummel has made the character a fan favorite -- and turned Colfer into the show's biggest breakout superstar.
What He Has Next: The indie comedy "Struck By Lightning," which he also wrote (!).
What Else He Could Do: One word: ninja. No, seriously: Colfer regularly trains in the use of the exotic ninja weapon known as the sai. We'd love to see him sling some sai and smash more expectations in a big budget action epic. Then again, a well done rom-com might be cool too.
Stars Whose Path He Could Follow: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Matthew Broderick