October 21, 2016
        "Manchester by the Sea" leads the Gotham Award nominations                Tom Ford, Marc Platt and Kenneth Lonergan to be Honored at 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards                Tom Cruise is in his action hero comfort zone with "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back"                "Moonlight" could be A24's big Oscar horse this year                Ewan McGregor steps behind the camera with "American Pastoral"                Hollywood Contenders: A second crack at Golden Globe predictions for 2016                "The Accountant" seeks to help give Ben Affleck another blockbuster                85 countries will be competing for Best Foreign Language Feature nominations at the Oscars                Tom Hanks to receive Hollywood Actor Award for "Sully" @ Hollywood Film Awards                "Certain Women" showcases Laura Dern, Kristen Stewart, and Michelle Williams                Ben Affleck is perhaps Hollywood's biggest and most diverse superstar                "The Birth of a Nation" looks to survive controversy and contend for awards                "The Girl on the Train" hopes to transport Emily Blunt to the Oscar race                "The Jungle Book," "Zootopia" and Craft Artists to be Honored at the 20th Annual Hollywood Film Awards                Ben Affleck's "Live By Night" officially is a 2016 contender        

“Glee” update: Chord Overstreet is out while Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith still in

HollywoodNews.com: Okay, it’s getting really confusing over at Glee in terms of which cast members are staying with the show.

TV/Line reports from Comic-Com that Chord Overstreet was invited back as a guest star for 10 episodes with the possibility of becoming a full-fledged regular in the future.

The blond actor with the pouty lips has decided to decline the offer.

“We did invite [Chord] back for a portion of the season … to see if being a regular was a possibility. But he declined the offer, which we were really disappointed by,” Glee co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk said Sunday morning. “We wanted him back because we like Chord personally and had some good stories planned for him and with Mercedes. He decided he would have opportunities elsewhere that he would like to pursue, and we can’t force him to work, so we wished him well.”

Falchuk also contradicted Ryan Murphy’s comments from a few weeks back that Lea Michelle, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith would not be on the show as regulars past season three because their characters are graduating.

Said Falchuk: “Here’s the exact thing: [Rachel, Kurt and Finn] are seniors, so they’re graduating. But because they’re graduating doesn’t mean they’re leaving the show. If you have Lea Michele under contract, you don’t say, ‘We’re gonna let you go. … It was never our plan or our intention to let them go…. They are not done with the show after this season.”

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