Whether you’re nostalgic or live in the present, Glee has offered a bit of both this season. Although tonight’s “Thanksgiving” episode will feature a reunion of the Glee old guard, the show’s success has also centered on Rachel and Kurt’s New York adventures and introduced fans to the latest New Directions additions (Jacob Artist, Becca Tobin, Melissa Benoist).
It’s great to see the original cast back to give the newbies a few pointers, however, especially since it’s time for sectionals. In the following audio clip, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer reflect on Glee’s first season. Click on the media bar below to hear Colfer and Monteith:
Currently in theaters, HITCHCOCK steps behind the cameras to shed some light on the behind-the-scenes story of the creation of what many consider a cinematic masterpiece, PSYCHO. Directed by SACHA GERVASI and based on journalist STEPHEN REBELLO’S book ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND THE MAKING OF PSYCHO, the cast features ANTHONY HOPKINS, HELEN MIRREN, JESSICA BIEL, TONI COLLETTE and SCARLETT JOHANSSON. In a supporting role as actress VERA MILES, JESSICA BIEL plays her as frustrated with HITCHCOCK’S dismissal because of what he considered ingratitude and bad career choices. During a recent Manhattan press conference to promote the film, BIEL talked about how the mutual respect between actress VERA MILES and ALFRED HITCHCOCK was tempered a bit by the filmmaker’s quirky behavior. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
Bravo Media made it official yesterday that everybody’s favorite wig-wearing Atlanta Housewife, KIM ZOLCIAK will be leaving the REAL HOUSEWIVES franchise in order to focus on season two of her popular spin-off series DON’T BE TARDY FOR THE PARTY. This time around, the show will follow KIM and her husband, KROY BIERMANN, as they settle into their new marriage, deal with their ever-growing family and purchase their dream house. We sat down with KIM and KROY just as season one was ending its shooting schedule and they talked about how the demands of doing two shows at one time were a bit more than expected.
DON’T BE TARDY FOR THE PARTY returns to Bravo in Spring of next year
Currently in theaters and finally gaining a little awards consideration attention, THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER is STEPHEN CHBOSKY’S own big-screen adaptation of his best selling young adult novel of the same name and follows the adolescent coming-of-age of a 15-year-old high schooler trying to cope with first love, loss and mental illness. Directed by CHBOSKY as well, the film features the captivating and completely committed performances of leads LOGAN LERMAN, EMMA WATSON and EZRA MILLER. First-time director, CHBOSKY is to be congratulated not just for a great adaptation of his own book but also for the perfect ensemble cast he’s put together. Despite getting great notices for his performance, it was just a couple of years ago (during interviews for PERCY JACKSON) that LERMAN confided in us that the kind of role he plays in PERKS is exactly the kind of character he was hoping to avoid. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
Already the star of her own sitcom (WHITNEY) and co-creator of the Fox-TV hit 2 BROKE GIRLS, writer-producer-comic WHITNEY CUMMINGS now adds “talk show host” to her resume with tonight’s debut of LOVE YOU, MEAN IT WITH WHITNEY CUMMINGS on the E! CHANNEL. Known primarily for her outspoken autobiographical (and often very blue) humor, CUMMINGS and side-kick JULIAN McCULLOUGH will take on favorite topics as well as welcome celebrity guests.
We sat down with CUMMINGS and McCULLOUGH recently and, although the show is produced by pal CHELSEA HANDLER, CUMMINGS promises their shows will be very different.
LOVE YOU, MEAN IT WITH WHITNEY CUMMINGS debuts tonight on E!