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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.
Everyone knows Harry Shum Jr. has the moves, but who knew he was such a humble charmer?
Or, more importantly, that he makes for such a proud member of The Village People?
The 29-year-old is the undisputed dancing king of "Glee: The 3-D Concert Movie," but that wasn't the way his gig on the hit Fox TV show started. As many know, he was originally only hired for a single day of dance work.
"One day turned into two days on set and turned into two seasons and now I’m in for the third season," the erstwhile Mike Chang tells NextMovie. "It really blew my mind. It blows my mind still."
In case you haven't heard, "The Change-Up" follows two friends -- played by Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman -- who accidentally swap bodies. Like the many body-swap comedies that came before it, hilarity ensues.
But what if this could happen in real life? Even if it were just for 24 hours, who's shoes would you want to fill?
We asked 23 celebrities -- from Emma Roberts and Jesse Eisenberg to John C. Reilly and Hilary Duff -- who they would want to be for a brief moment. Their responses were, well, rather interesting. One person even wanted to try being Charlie Sheen for a day!
Click through our gallery and see for yourself.
Besides kicking off the summer-movie season – fun fact time -- May is also Asian-American and Pacific-Islander Heritage Month in the United States.
Asians have traditionally been the least-represented ethnic group in Hollywood, whether on television or films. But we've come a long way since David Carradine squinted through "Kung Fu," or the embarrassing stereotypes of houseboys, geishas, and Long Duk Dong (damn you, black eye on "Sixteen Candles"). Today, Asians on primetime and multiplexes are sexy, funny, and taking on leading roles. Get More »