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Jane Lynch is one of the funniest women working in movies and on TV today. She's most recognizable for her award-winning role as powerhouse coach Sue Sylvester on "Glee," but she's also had memorable roles on TV shows like "Two and a Half Men," "Criminal Minds," "Party Down," "The L Word," "Weeds" and many more.
On the big screen, Lynch's knack for improvisation is apparent in Christopher Guest's ensemble comedies, including "Best in Show," "For Your Consideration" and "A Mighty Wind." She also had hilarious supporting parts in movies like "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "Role Models," "Talladega Nights" and "Smiley Face."
In the new animated feature "Wreck-It Ralph" — a movie that explores the trials and tribulations of various video game characters once the customers have left the arcade — Lynch lends her voice to Sergeant Calhoun, a tough-as-nails leader who fights wave after wave of Cy-Bug attacks with her soldiers in the game "Hero's Duty." Despite her hard demeanor, Calhoun warns up to Fix-It Felix Jr., the sweet-natured hero of a 30-year-old video game in which Wreck-It Ralph is stuck with the role of a bad guy.
We sat down for a short tête-à-tête with Lynch and asked her about video games, improvisation, what's next for her "Glee" character and who makes her laugh the hardest. Get More »
If there's anybody in Hollywood who knows just how crappy high school can be, it's Chris Colfer. After all, he's made a whole career out of playing high school students, what with his role as Kurt Hummel on Fox's smash hit TV show "Glee."
And now he's going back to school one more time in the new trailer for "Struck By Lightning," which proves that high school is crappy everywhere, even if you don't feel like singing about it. Get More »
There are several movies I love, but if I have to pick one, I'd say "The Wizard of Oz" because it was one of the first movies that I really fell in love with and had a deep effect on me."
Chris Colfer stars on Fox Television's hit series, "Glee," which made its fourth season premiere earlier this week. He also takes the lead in the upcoming film, "Struck By Lightning," which he wrote himself.
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.
Lea Michele has some big shoes to fill in her latest project — and those shoes just happen to be ruby slippers.
That's right, it's the new trailer for the upcoming animated film "Dorothy of Oz," which finds the "Glee" star doing her best to live up to the legacy of Judy Garland, one song at a time. Get More »
You know Matthew Morrison as optimistic high school teacher Will Schuester on the Fox series "Glee," but he's graduating into his first big-screen role, as Evan in the ensemble comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting." He's a dancer on a show that bears a striking resemblance to "Dancing With the Stars," and, he's Cameron Diaz's boyfriend.
That's right. His character has moved up the girlfriend food chain to land Diaz, who plays Jules, the star of a fitness reality show that bears a striking resemblance to "The Biggest Loser." Their relationship is a hotbed of roses, until she gets pregnant and things start going in a decidedly different direction.
Before the movie premiered, Morrison told us more about his cinematic adventures. Get More »
There's power in numbers—the actors' union numbers, that is. In a recent survey conducted by Equity, only 57% of gay actors feel they can be open about their sexuality with their agents. But why the secrecy?
Over half of the gay actors who responded said they feared being offered only stereotypical ("gay") roles, and (probably more importantly) of being denied juicier romantic leads. To put it simply, as one actor stated, "I have seen others sidelined due to their sexuality and I know that I have been sidelined too." Another said: "It's OK for a straight actor to play gay roles but harder, if not impossible, the other way round." Get More »
Ryan Murphy is a pretty busy dude. Besides writing and directing movies such as "Eat Pray Love," he also spends his time co-creating and writing TV shows like "American Horror Story" -- not to mention a little something called "Glee." So you think that would pretty much fill up his day. But no matter how busy you are, there are some things in life you just have to make the time for.
Things like Julia Roberts. Get More »
If you missed "Glee"'s live concert tour and their theatrical follow-up, the "Glee: The 3-D Concert Movie," when they hit earlier this year, don't worry, because we're giving you a third chance to enjoy the musical event of the year courtesy of a free "Glee: The Concert Movie" DVD.
Now that's a little better than a slushie in the face, huh? Get More »
Looks like it's an old-fashioned musical theater throwdown.
Last week on Jimmy Fallon's show, "Moneyball" star and he of the uneven temper Jonah Hill called out Matthew Morrison of the show "Glee" for making him a punchline at a party. Hill threw down the gauntlet and marched towards the cameras in Fallon's New York studio and shouted "Let's see him sing his way out of this one."
Now it turns out that Morrison, who runs the McKinley High School glee club on a weekly basis, is no stranger to competition and is more than ready to duke it out with Hill. He sent in a hilarious video response to the Fallon show, which is sure to make the lead in "Superbad" super mad. Get More »