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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.
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 »
Lea Michele might be full of glee, but for an entirely different reason, because the Broadway-turned-TV star is in talks to reprise her leading role in the movie adaptation of the hit musical "Spring Awakening."
Though discussions are still the early stages, they seem to have promise. "We're talking to Lea Michele because she made the role of Wendla famous and we'll see if that pans out and works with the timing of her schedule on [Glee]," the flick's director, McG (no, not his given name) told E Online.
He continued to gush, "I love Lea; we've talked about it… When I first got turned onto the show she was in it so it's her voice that echoes in my heart. I really think she's wonderful and we'll see where it takes us." Get More »
UPDATE: Deadline confirms that Amanda Seyfried is in final talks for the role of Cosette.
The Hollywood rumor mill has been abuzz with word that golden girls Amanda Seyfried and Taylor Swift have nabbed roles in "The King's Speech" director Tom Hooper's reboot of "Les Miserables."
Though nothing is confirmed, Seyfried has supposedly been offered the role of Cosette, while Swift is being eyed for Eponine. According to Twitch, they beat out other "Miserables" hopefuls that included Lea Michele, Scarlett Johansson and Evan Rachel Wood. Get More »
There's more than just celebrity eye candy and holiday spirit filling "New Year's Eve."
There's also awesome holiday fashion. From fantastic dresses (we're looking at you, Lea Michele and Halle Berry) and great bags (ahem, Sarah Jessica Parker and Michelle Pfeiffer) to killer menswear (hi there, Josh Duhamel and Jon Bon Jovi), the film is like a holiday wishlist for the stylistically-minded.
Drool for yourselves with our latest Get the Goods. And, yeah, have a happy new year!
New Year's Eve: It's either a time to celebrate renewal and the hope that comes with a new year, or a time to gripe about "Amateur Hour" as you dodge puddles of alcohol-induced puke on the sidewalk. We're guessing the upcoming ensemble rom-com "New Year's Eve" from director Gary Marshall ("Valentine's Day") is going to be taking the former route rather than the latter, so it stands to reason that the soundtrack would be stocked full of uplifting party anthems that would fit right in on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. And so it is.
Most of the music here is licensed, so you'll have heard it before - P!nk's ubiquitous "Raise Your Glass" retains its pop charms, although we're wondering if it'll fully have worn out its welcome by the time Dec. 31 rolls around. We also get a visit from the Goo Goo Dolls (remember them?) with "Better Days," and what's sure to be the commercially-approved anthem of the actual New Year's Eve this year, "2012 (It Ain't the End)" by Sean Jay and Nicki Minaj. Get More »
Who will be the one to have "A Heart Full of Love?"
The role of Eponine in director Tom Hooper's upcoming adaptation of "Les Miserables" will be given to one of four contenders, according to the New York Post.
Evan Rachel Wood, Lea Michele, Scarlett Johansson and Taylor Swift have all auditioned for the part and have each brought their own distinctive spins and strengths to the role, which has made it harder for the "King's Speech" director to make his final decision.
When we first meet Eponine in "Les Miserables," she is the beautiful yet cruel daughter of the wealthy inn owners, the Thenardiers (to be played by Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter in the new film), and the bane of the existence of her foster sister, Cosette. Get More »
Whether it's creepers getting down under the mistletoe or trying to catch a cab home with a case of the champagne hiccups, New Year's Eve has the tendency to be a bit of a s#!tshow.
Even if the soundtrack for your evening ends up being the sound of drunken revelry, you can still have a perfect holiday, thanks to Garry Marshall's upcoming comedy "New Year's Eve," the soundtrack listings for which were announced today. Get More »
The leaves are falling, school is starting, and Oscar season is on its way. You might think it's time to leave summer blockbusters behind, but this fall has something for everyone, from arty indies to 3-D extravaganzas.
Some of these folks, like Julianne Hough and Lea Michele, are familiar faces from the boob tube who are making the leap to movies; and others, like Noomi Rapace, are better known overseas. What they all have in common is that their breakthrough moments are upon us, as sure as school supplies. Get More »
It has been over a month since my last "Twi-Bites" update, and so much has happened since it could turn a vampire lover pale: Comic-Con, "Snow White And The Huntsman" pics with K.Stew, R.Pattz's crazy haircut and the beginning of Taylor Lautner's "AB-duction" PR campaign, to name a few.
(Get it, "AB-duction"?!)
Since most of you are in Twi-abetic shock since your last fix ("Eclipse") was so long ago, I imagine you're glued to Twitter feeds looking for any "Twilight" updates, thus you already know about all of the above. The following stories, on the other hand, are August's most off-the-wall. I break them down into tasty nuggets great for sharing. Get More »