?

Log in

 
 
betty when you call me you can call me val
13 November 2012 @ 12:42 am
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" Premiere

imagebam.com imagebam.com

The Los Angeles Drama Club And Magic Castle Host 1st Gala Fundraiser And Benefit Performance "Tempest In A Teacup"

imagebam.com imagebam.com imagebam.com
 
 
Current Music: Lana Del Rey - Body Electric | Powered by Last.fm
 
 
 
 
 
betty when you call me you can call me val
13 November 2012 @ 11:33 am


The fourth season of Glee is off and running, and one of the newer faces at McKinley High is male-to-female transgender character Wade “Unique” Adams, played by Alex Newell.

Newell made a strong impression when he competed on the first season of The Glee Project and while other contestants from the reality series have guested on the Fox series, Newell’s part on Glee, currently at recurring status, will hopefully become full-time soon.

AfterElton sat down with Newell in West Hollywood last week for a lively chat (and photo shoot) to find out how he approaches the role, where things are going with this week’s Grease episode and about his role in the highly anticipated The Geography Club [based on the book by former AfterElton associate editor Brent Hartinger].

+++++Collapse )

afterelton
 
 
 
 
betty when you call me you can call me val
13 November 2012 @ 12:13 pm
Marley gets a weighty issue to deal with just as McKinley is about to stage "Grease."

videoCollapse )

After losing the lead in McKinley's rendition of Grease, Kitty may not be done with Marley on Fox's Glee.

In an exclusive clip from Thursday's "Glease" episode of the Fox musical, Kitty's (Becca Tobin) claws may be coming out again as the bitchy Cheerio appears to be the only one to notice Marley's (Melissa Benoist) apparent weight gain as her fitting for the Sandy costume doesn't go according to plan.

+++++Collapse )

thr, embed via tumblr
 
 
Cr@nberry
13 November 2012 @ 12:46 pm

Oh, “Glee.” What I once equated with a squeal and a joyous giggle, now more often elicits a sigh and shoulder shrug. The thing about this show, the thing about all shows, is that the stories only matter if we believe in them. TV is the tinkerbell of mediums. It only lives when we clap. But when the clapping stops, shows stop. That's how it works. Even the most brilliant TV (My So-Called Life, Firefly, Wonderfalls) can't live without fans.

So, when a show – or its creator – goes out of its way to alienate parts of its fanbase, well, that'’ a problem. So, I ask you, how do we solve a problem like Ryan Murphy? Read moreCollapse )

source "AfterEllen"'s reviewer
 
 
 
betty when you call me you can call me val
Last week on Glee, Finn (Cory Monteith) and Sue (Jane Lynch) basically declared war on each other over Finn’s casting of Unique (Alex Newell) in the role of Rizzo in McKinley’s production of Grease. Plus, Finn mocked Sue’s newborn baby during their heated argument and left the Cheerios coach livid. Judging from this exclusive clip from this week’s episode “Glease,” things have not cooled down between the pair. Finn comes to the teacher’s lounge to apologize to Sue and then, well, watch the fireworks below.

 
 
 
 
teaspoonofsand
13 November 2012 @ 04:54 pm
We had a hunch Dianna Agron would like one of our Teen.com kitten stickers and we were right. “Don’t like it,” she said while choosing her Instagram filter. “Love it.”

We had a chance to talk with the newly-minted Nintendo ambassador on a rare rainy day in Los Angeles last week to talk about Nintendo’s Play As You Are campaign work with their games, Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask and Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone. Dianna is an avid photographer since high school and created the artistic site You, Me and Charlie so her interest, particularly in the latter of those two games, makes perfect sense.

Read on for her thoughts about the recent presidential election, her experience working on the upcoming Malavita, why she came under attack recently from girl gamers, oh yeah, and her return to Glee as the one and only Miss Quinn Fabray.

idk about u but im feelin 22Collapse )

teen.com
 
 
 
betty when you call me you can call me val
13 November 2012 @ 09:29 pm
Question: How long will Matthew Morrison be off Glee? —Jenna
Ausiello:
Just a handful of episodes, I’m told. Long enough for Finn to get comfortable filling in for Will as choir director — a little too comfortable, if you know what I mean. Teases exec producer Brad Falchuk: “Will’s going to come back and there may be a little competition between them.” Bonus Glee Scoop/Riddle: Sue will soon be privy to a secret involving Mrs. Rose (a.k.a. Marley’s mom).

tvline