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“Glee” The Movie?

It looks like the gleeks of New Directions may be going in a new direction—toward the big screen. The word is that the entire cast is contractually obligated to appear in not one but three “Glee” flicks. But do we really want to see “Glee” on the big screen? It sounds like a potential disaster to me. Some things are just meant for TV and trying to fit them into a film format often turns out to be a mistake. (Hear us, “Sex and the City” and “Entourage?”) If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. “Glee” is not very-plot heavy to begin with. It’s the music that lets us ignore the gaping holes long enough to suspend our belief. What could the kids possibly get up to for two full hours that we haven’t already seen? So what do you think—yay or nay? [NY Post] Keep reading »

“Glee” Finale: 10 Things We Loved

Honestly, I thought last night’s “Glee” finale was pretty schmaltzy. It just didn’t serve up the pizazz and cliffhanger ending I’d expected. Instead, it offered extreme doses of sentimentality. I love me some bonding “Glee” kids, but I thought that all the intense camaraderie was a little forced. It felt like the last day of summer camp, not the final episode of the most buzzed-about show of the season. That being said, there were some definite magical moments that should last us until season two. And speaking of, it has already been announced that John Stamos will become a semi-permanent part of the cast, taking on the role of Emma’s new dentist boyfriend. This should mean some pretty epic dueling duets between Stamos and Mr. Shue for the heart of the doe-eyed counselor. Outside of this, not much is known about next season, except that it looks like we are going to be treated to another battle to take sectionals and regionals, as the club has to work its way up all over again. But that’s months away. So it’s time to focus on what we loved about yesterday’s send-off. Keep reading »

Ryan Murphy, Creator of “Glee,” If Only You Liked Girls

Dear Ryan Murphy,

I’ve been meaning to write this letter for a while now, and since tonight is the season finale of “Glee,” I thought it was finally appropriate. I think I’m in love with you. I know you’re gay, but I can’t stop myself from loving you and the shows you created. “Glee” is the guilty pleasure that brings me back to my own high school days. And did I forget to mention “Nip/Tuck“? Now “Eat, Pray, Love” is putting my feelings over the edge, Ry. Keep reading »

“Glee”‘s Bad Romance Is All About The DIY

Gaga fans and Gleeks alike had a minor freak-out session when this week’s episode aired, because, in addition to the brilliant vocal stylings of the cast, the wardrobe department went waaaay over-the-top amazing with the costumes. Given the mass amount of outfit options in Lady Gaga’s eccentric closet, the possibility of putting an actor in those insane McQueen heels seemed almost of the question. But Chris Colfer sacrificed his feet and ankles in the name of fashion and music and offered to wear those massive platforms. Unfortunately, it seems his 11-inch feet just wouldn’t squeeze into the originals, so the wardrobe team went DIY-happy instead. Keep reading »

Glee XXX Parody: First Porn Musical

“Glee” is a big TV hit, but in the Hustler version, everybody is looking for an ass slap. Yep, it’s the first porn musical! Groundbreaking. [via The Daily What] Keep reading »

10 Reasons We’re Super Excited For The Lady Gaga-Themed “Glee” Tonight!


No matter how crappy everything else is in life, “Glee” is a glowing beacon of joy. And tonight, they’re doing a Lady Gaga-themed show because they love us. And I guess because they love Lady Gaga, too. Here are 10 reasons we’re so excited. And maybe if you’re excited too, you can add your own reasons. Keep reading »

Quotable: Jane Lynch Won’t Get Married In A Track Suit

“I’m very excited! It’s a great and wonderful thing at the tender age of 49 to have finally found somebody that I want to be with. I’m so lucky. … With the wedding plans and even when I got to my hotel here in New York, I was looking for everything to be wrong and I was like, ‘Oh my God, I’m doing my Sue Sylvester.’ I will not be singing and don’t expect any track suits at my wedding.”

– “Glee” star Jane Lynch on her upcoming wedding to psychologist Lara Embry. They’re so cute! [People] Keep reading »

Neil Patrick Harris And Matthew Morrison Dream On

One more silver lining to the end of “Lost”? We’ll no longer be plagued by the internal debate about which to watch in real time—”Lost” or “Glee.” Because you were no doubt curious to see which candidate is taking over for Jacob in the last regular episode of the former, you probably missed last night’s amazing “Glee” episode, which featured Neil Patrick Harris along with Idina Menzel. Never fear. Here is the highlight—Neil and Matthew Morrison’s “Dream On” duet. You are welcome. Keep reading »

Betty White: 8 Shows We’d Actually Like To See Her On

Ever since the Facebook campaign to have Betty White host “Saturday Night Live” worked, new groups keep popping up calling for her to host the Oscars as well as make appearances on “Dancing with the Stars” and “Glee.” Personally, I like the idea of our favorite “Golden Girl” doing battle with Sue Sylvester on “Glee.” But I’d rather not see her on “Dancing with the Stars”—going on that show is basically an admission that you are a washed-up celeb that no one cares about. Plus, I’d hate to see Betty hurt herself while busting some crazy moves.

That said, there are quite a few shows out there that could benefit from a little Betty. After the jump, our wish list. Keep reading »

Frisky Rant: Newsweek’s Article About Gay Actors Is Way Off Base

A recent Newsweek article called “Straight Jacket,” about how gay actors can’t pull off straight roles, is causing mega-nega-buzz on the interwebs. Kristin Chenowith was the first to blast the piece, defending her “Promises, Promises” co-star Sean Hayes, who the article refers to as “the big pink elephant in the room.” Now producer Ryan Murphy and the entire cast of “Glee” are calling for a Newsweek boycott until the publication apologizes for the piece. In it, the writer calls Jonathan Groff (who plays Lea Michele’s new love interest on the show) “your average theater queen.”

This all got me wondering—is Ramin Setoodeh’s article really that offensive or are people just being overly sensitive? Sometimes quotes can be taken out of context. So I sat down for a careful read of “Straight Jacket” and wanted so badly to be able to say that people were getting their panties in a wad about nothing. But seriously, this article is so freaking out of line. Keep reading »

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