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“Glee’s” Dianna Agron beams up “Number Four”

By Staff

Dianna Agron, the stunning blonde cheerleader on Fox’s “Glee,” has her sights set on another high school, except this one doesn’t sing, rather it’s just been invaded by aliens.

Agron (pictured in above photo in pink) will make her big feature film debut in the DreamWorks adaptation of the young adult sci-fi book “I Am Number Four” by James Frey and Jobie Hughes.

“Four” centers on nine aliens who escaped their home planet just before it was destroyed. One of its survivors hides out on Earth, disguised as a high-schooler, only to learn that he’s being pursued by his planet’s enemy according to the Hollywood Reporter. Agron’s character falls for the alien.

Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg are behind “Four” while director D.J. Caruso of “Eagle Eye” and “Disturbia” fame is directing. Film goes into production next month in Pittsburgh.

Agron is the latest in a string of “Glee” actors to book film roles. Cory Monteith nabbed a supporting role in Fox 2000/New Regency’s “Monte Carlo,” while Jayma Mays is playing Neil Patrick Harris’ wife in “Smurfs.”

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One Comment

  • April 30, 2010 | Permalink |

    good for her, i’m glad to see that this show is providing the launching ground for them to get bigger roles

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