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With the new season of "Glee" premiering tonight on Fox, we thought it was high time we remind you that the show is well on its way to making a handful of bona fide movie stars, and we've created a whole gallery to prove it.
Now, we know we once asked you who you think might become the biggest movie star of all the awesome "Glee" cast members — Cory Monteith won! — but some of them have already been making a splash on the big screen. And, no, we're not talking about "Glee: The 3-D Concert Movie."
Sure, Jane Lynch is a comedic icon and Jayma Mays makes an adorable sidekick, but how fabulous Darren Criss and animated Lea Michele look in "Imogene" and "Dorothy of Oz," respectively? And how pumped are you to see Chris Colfer in "Struck By Lightning," the movie he wrote himself? Well, too bad. These pics will have to do for now.
If you've ever watched "Glee" and thought to yourself, "boy, that Dianna Agron would make a really good mobster," well, first of all you're really weird. But secondly, you somehow read Hollywood's mind, because according to The Hollywood Reporter, Agron has just signed on to co-star in the upcoming gangster film "Malavita," which is based on the hit book "Badfellas."
And her dastardly dad will be played by none other than one of the "Goodfellas," Robert De Niro.
Here's the scoop: Adapted from author Tonino Benacquista's popular novel, "Malavita" tells the story of a mafioso (that's De Niro) who moves to France with his wife (Michelle Pfieffer!) and daughter (that's Agron) to get away from the mobsters he ratted out.
But since a leopard can't change his spots, he soon is back to his old ways, which soon draws the attention of the mob right to his little pastoral town. The mob is kind of like the Eye of Sauron in that way. Get More »
Rise and shine, young Hollywood — it's time grab a bite to eat with the President of the United States.
Many young actors had a different kind of early call on Thursday morning: a private breakfast with President Barack Obama, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
President Obama met privately at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with 25 of Hollywood's hottest young stars, urging them to involve themselves in his reelection campaign. The meeting was part of Obama's "Young America Effort," an initiative to build support among younger voters. Get More »
Your votes have been counted and your voice has been heard: Cory Monteith is officially King of the Gleeks.
With more than 10,000 "Glee" fans present and accounted for, the final results of our epic "Glee" poll are here and Monteith, who plays quarterback-turned-singer Finn, was the runaway favorite among the up-and-coming cast members to become the biggest future movie star, earning a whopping 53-percent of the vote.
But which of them is the best arm wrestler? Get More »
Not to state the obvious... but nothing makes us happier than a little "Glee." Or, to be more specific, the adorable and talented kidlets of the musical TV series, the nationwide tour it spawned and the '3D Concert Movie' of same coming out this weekend.
And those adorable kids and their friends have never looked better than they did Saturday night, at the Los Angeles premiere of their big screen ensemble debut. Check out the gallery to see the "Glee" cast at their red carpet best.
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? Get More »
Horror flicks are hot these days, and perhaps none is sizzling more than "The Seventh Son," which tells the story of a young boy training to be an exorcist—who runs into a spot of trouble when he's tricked into releasing the most evil witch in the world.
So, which up-and-coming stars are we talking about exactly? Get More »
When Woody Allen's filmmaking career finally comes to an end (can that be never?), he'll have a legacy of more than 50 years of producing comedies and dramas that can only be described as Woody Allen-esque. He's his own brand.
Allen's also made a living out of helping budding actresses take the big step forward into the spotlight. Mia Farrow, Diane Keaton, Scarlett Johansson -- the man knows talent.
So when Hollywood Reporter announced a confirmation that Allen's next film would be a long-discussed film set in Rome, we were particularly excited by the fact that "Glee" star Dianna Agron felt inclined to shoot out the link on Twitter, with an added expression tacked to the front. Could a gesture as simple as the "winky face" be a hint that Agron is attached to the project? Stranger things have happened. Get More »
Pairing up the studly young Brit teen-dream Alex Pettyfer with the gleefully gorgeous Dianna Agron sounds like it could make for one of the most unforgettable movie romances in recent memory. Certainly one of the prettiest.
UPDATE: Add "TRON: Legacy" lovely Olivia Wilde to the list of frontrunners. In fact, she's already tested for it.
Latino Review cites a source on one of her other projects -- "Kin" -- who claims the shooting schedule is already being reworked to accommodate Wilde if she lands the part.
Lois Lane is just as important as Superman. There, we said it. Get More »