Matthew Morrison has been EVERYWHERE promoting his new movie, What to Expect When You’re Expecting. For FULL coverage, go to FYMF but check below for a few pics and interviews.
The Lorraine Show – UK
Glamour UK Interview
Jimmy Kimmel Live
LA & UK Premiere
Grant Gustin is going from Fox’s Glee to a Lifetime movie. The actor, who plays bad boy Sebastian on the Fox musical dramedy, has been tapped to star in the Lifetime telefilm A Mother’s Nightmare, opposite Annabeth Gish and Jessica Lowndes, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
helley Gillen penned the pic, which revolves around Chris Stewart (Gustin), a handsome and athletic 16-year-old depressed over his parents’ breakup and cheerleader girlfriend’s defection. When a new girl, Vanessa (90210‘s Lowndes) arrives, she works her seductive wiles on Chris, accusing him of assault when he tries to pull back from their relationship. Gish will play his mother.Larry Gershman and Meyer Shwarzstein executive produce. The film is set to begin production next week in West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. An air date has not yet been determined.
For Gustin, the role marks his latest small-screen credit for the actor, who could potentially end up series regular on the fourth season of Glee.
Gustin is repped by Robert Stein Management and CESD.
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The Grammy winner tells THR that she’d like to return to the Fox musical dramedy and take on Santana’s homophobic grandmother.
Gloria Estefan is ready to take on Santana’s homophobic grandmother on Glee.
The Grammy winner, who guest stars during Tuesday’s Season 3 finale as the snarky Cheerio’s mother, Maribel Lopez, arrives at McKinley to celebrate Santana’s (Naya Rivera) graduation and make a decision about her future.
“I tried to play the character that since she’s married to a doctor, I thought she could help put him through school and she sacrificed her career because she loved music and she wanted to be famous and sing — but then she had Santana and dedicated her life to her,” Estefan tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Gloria Estefan Teases Her Glee Debut—and a Brittana Bombshell!
Break out the champagne (or apple cider for all you fans under 21), Gleeks—it’s time to celebrate!
Glee‘s graduation day is finally upon us as Rachel (Lea Michele), Finn (Cory Monteith), Kurt (Chris Colfer), Santana (Naya Rivera) & Co. are finally saying goodbye to McKinley High after three seasons of singing, solos and slushies.
Grammy winner Gloria Estefan makes her long-awaited debut during tonight’s finale as Santana’s mother, and we chatted with the legendary singer about their relationship and “emotional one-on-one scene,” why she decided to guest star and more! Plus, why isn’t she singing on the show?!
‘Glee’ season finale scoop: Gloria Estefan on playing Santana’s mom
It was last fall when EW originally broke the news that pop superstar Gloria Estefan would be appearing on Glee as Santana’s mother, Maribel Lopez. Now, Estefan is finally making her first appearance in the season finale! Sadly, Gleeks, the singer won’t be carrying a tune in the episode, fittingly titled “Goodbye,” which finds McKinley’s seniors graduating. “I don’t sing on the show but I kinda think that’s better because I think that would throw fans,” says Estefan. “Hopefully, we can come back and do the singing. But I love to be on there and establishing a character.” EW talked to Estefan about her character’s relationship with Santana as well as her favorite Glee number of all time—the answer may surprise you!
Glee‘s Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith are returning for Season 4, along with all the cast members — but for how long?
Fox Entertainment president Kevin Reilly told The Hollywood Reporter during this week’s upfront in New York that members of the swelling cast — which counts a graduating class that includes Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Dianna Agron and Mark Salling, among others — are in talks for the duration of their return and whether they’ll be signed on as series regulars for 22-episode deals or recurring roles. Deals are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
The musical drama’s Season 3 finale, airing Tuesday, in which the seniors bid farewell to McKinley High and some — potentially Michele, Monteith and Colfer — head to New York for a show-within-a-show fourth year, will set up what the executive sees as a creative renaissance for Season 4 as the series moves to 9 p.m. Thursdays.
The executive reaffirmed that Riley, whose recent tweet (which she later clarified) led to a wave of speculation that her time with Glee had come to an end, would indeed be back.
In fact, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy told Vulture that he met with the cast and gave them the opportunity to move on and do other things.
“I said to them, ‘Anybody who wants to stay on the show will stay on the show,'” he told the site, which confirmed that McKinley faculty members played by Emmy winner Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison and Jayma Mays would all return for Season 4.
“It doesn’t mean everyone will be doing 22 episodes, but everyone wants to stay in our family to make sure those actors know that if they want to have a home, they have a home,” Murphy said. “If they want to explore new and different things while also having a home, that is also an option.”
Glee went through a similar experience last season when recurring actors Harry Shum Jr. and Darren Criss were promoted to regular status for Season 3, while the series regular option on Chord Overstreet was not picked up. Overstreet parted ways with the series but returned in a recurring capacity midway through the season.
The cast has continued to find success in projects outside of the Fox musical. Criss (a junior on the series) has gone on to Broadway, and Michele, Agron, Monteith and Colfer all have growing careers on the big screen (the latter two active as producers as well).
While McKinley will be down a handful of New Directions’ founding members in its Ohio-based story, Glee is poised to add cast members for its fourth season, including guaranteeing the winner of Oxygen’s reality competition The Glee Project a seven-episode arc. (This season saw four Glee Project standouts appear, with Damian McGinty going on to guest-star in more episodes than his guaranteed seven.)
Add to that the expectation that the New York setting could potentially add more cast beyond Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson, who have both signed on for major arcs. (Murphy told THR that Hudson likely will begin her arc in the Season 4 premiere, with Parker appearing a few episodes afterward.)
Setting recurring roles for some castmembers could prove a wise and cost-effective move for the series and sibling studio 20th Television.
Next week’s Season 3 finale will likely shed additional light on which Glee characters could have larger and recurring roles.