OK, if I was core cast on ‘Glee’ right around now i really would be wondering hoe much work I had in the upcoming season. And if I am free to take that film I was offered that shoots between September and January as I have no idea when I am shooting on ‘Glee’. And the big question, how many episodes will I have this season and, let us be honest, it seems I really should have made myself open during pilot season for work as you seem to have little idea how much work I will have this season. And whilst I finally have your attention…..
1. Get rid of the potato faced Irish ‘Glee project’ winner. Can’t sing, can’t dance, has zero appeal.
No new footage. And I am over the show now. I thought ‘Graduation’ was a great way to say goodbye. Well, the song choice was kinda shit but I cried like a crying person in touch with their emotions and it felt like a perfect farewell to the show. And so I shall most likely be posting little about the show from now on. so bye ‘Glee’. Was a fun 3 years but the stunt casting and tribute shows and up and down writing and bizarre character arcs just wore me down. Au revoir.
NeeNee is very beloved by Ryan. No fucking idea why.
Well, especially the excellent ‘New Girl’ and ‘raising Hope’. Since Jimmy and Sabrina FINALLY got together on ‘Hope’ the show has taken the storylines to wonderful heights. And the nice thing is the show has always been of a high quality. And interesting that ‘New Girl’ has had a ratings slump since they set Schmidt and CeeCee up. Love the storyline. Love the show.
‘Glee’ needs to fucking get rid of Damien McGinty as soon as possible anyway they care too. It does not matter how. The untalented fuckstick needs to get the hell off the show NOW. It is a ruinous presence.
I DO NOT WANT MCG DIRECTING ‘SPRING AWAKENINGS’.
E! Online has just revealed that Spring Awakening’s original Wendla, GLEE star Lea Michele, is being courted for her old role in the upcoming film version of the show. E! reports that the film’s director, McG, told them that they’re hoping the film’s schedule can coincide with her GLEE committments to make this happen.
He tells E!: “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.”
No production timeline has been announced.
He adds: “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].”
For the full report, click here.
As BroadwayWorld reported back in 2010, Terminator Salvation director McG will bring the “Spring Awakening” to the big screen, developing it with original book and lyrics writer Steven Sater.