January 02, 2015

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Chord Overstreet, Emma Roberts keep private relationship going

HollywoodNews.com: It looks like things are really working out between ‘Glee’ star Chord Overstreet and Emma Roberts as the two have been spotted out together once more.
Roberts was hosting a dinner for Westward by Emily and Meritt for Kate Spade New York where Overstreet showed up in support, states People. The event reportedly took place at L.A.’s Petit Ermitage Hotel where guests were able to hang out on the rooftop.
Roberts and Overstreet reportedly kept close company throughout the night as they mingled with friends and held hands.
Do you like these two together?
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‘Glee’s’ Dianna Agron takes her hair to the pink side

HollywoodNews.com: Maybe ‘Glee’ star Dianna Agron was inspired by Katy Perry’s recent pink hair as the TV star changed things up quite a bit recently.
Agron, who chopped off her long blonde locks this year, has now dyed her hair bright pink, states UsMagazine.com. While Agron recently stepped out for the ‘Glee: The 3D Concert Movie’ with a shaggy bob, she keeps changing things up.
Maybe the look is being tried out for now while Agron isn’t filming, but it would be surprising if it stayed around when ‘Glee’ starts up again.
What do you think about celebs and crazy hair colors?
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“Glee: The 3D Concert Movie” – Reviews are in!

By Adam Frazier
Hollywoodnews.com: Directed by Kevin Tancharoen (2009’s “Fame”), “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie” depicts a Glee concert in East Rutherford, New Jersey during the cast’s Glee Live! In Concert! tour. The film features backstage footage and a familiar setlist of songs from the show’s first and second seasons.
While Gleeks won’t get a chance to weigh in on the concert movie until this weekend, “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie” currently sits at 65% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and seems to deliver exactly what it’s promising: a 3D concert for only the most die-hard Gleeks.
Here’s what critics are saying:
“You get the feeling that you’re actually there, with the best seat in the house.” — Jessica Bakeman, Minneapolis Star Tribune
“Even the uninitiated could do a lot worse than this 80-minute musical valentine to the outsider in us all.” — Lael Loewenstein, Variety
“The Fox TV phenomenon is the Lewis & Clark of discovering new revenue streams. And this big-screen iteration is just as buoyant and bright-eyed as the rest of the franchise.” — David Hiltbrand, Philadelphia Inquirer
Then things started to turn a little more negative:
“It’s a thin feature, but undeniably entertaining, providing the fanbase with the colorful, boppy good time they’ve been longing for during the summer hiatus.” — Brian Orndorf, BrianOrndorf.com
“I’m calling bullsh** on this 3D concert movie. The movie plays like an evangelical prayer meeting, though I’d hold the hallelujahs.” — Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
“Sprinkles only a few highlights of real musical talent through an otherwise blatant pat-on-the-back montage.” — Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter
“It strains to celebrate diversity and individualism, while its processed music exemplifies strict corporate teamwork.” — Stephen Holden, New York Times
“Even the totally Gleeked-out, most ardent fans of Fox’s hit television show Glee may find that the franchise’s latest endeavor leaves little to sing about.” — Joy Tipping, Dallas Morning News
See for yourself. “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie” is in theaters as we speak. Are you going?
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New ‘Glee’ Photos: Dianna Agron Aug 11, 2011

HollywoodNews.com: Dianna Agron made her debut as Quinn Fabray on the hit television series ‘Glee.’ Agron is more famous than ever. Enjoy her gallery!
Dianna Agron is fairly new to the scene but has already won over fans with her TV and film roles. With this just being the beginning, her star is bound to be on the rise.

Agron may now be a hit on ‘Glee,’ but she started her career with small roles on ‘Veronica Mars,’ ‘CSI: NY’ and ‘Heroes.’ Now, she has made the difficult jump from TV to movies with roles in ‘Burlesque’ and ‘I Am Number Four.’
She was rumored to be dating her ‘I Am Number Four’ costar Alex Pettyfer until around March 2011, although she tells the latest issue of ‘Cosmopolitan’ that she wants to keep her private life quiet.

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New Glee Photos: Jane Lynch July 31, 2011
New Glee Photos: Lea Michele July 31, 2011
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‘Glee’s’ Dianna Agron talks keeping things private

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Glee’ star Dianna Agron’s celebrity is on the rise, but that doesn’t mean that fans will know all about her private life.
Agron revealed to ‘Cosmopolitan’ that she wants to keep things private in order to keep her career going, states Just Jared. “It’s really sad looking at people like Lindsay Lohan. She’s an amazing actress, but you see what happens when people know too much about your personal life,” Agron commented.
The actress added that when people know too much, they are unable to look at you the same way professionally as they once did.
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“Glee” Stars On Their 3D Movie And Season Three!

HollywoodNews.com: Can’t wait until the new season of Glee starts? You can see the Gleeks at the movies this summer in Glee: The 3D Concert Movie. 3D cameras filmed a performance of the cast’s world tour, and this weekend the movie version opens in theaters. The entire cast of Glee shared their thoughts on the concert performance and the upcoming third season of the show.
There may be more music on the Glee 3D dvd!
Lea Michele: “There was a lot of different versions of the concert. Sometimes we do songs and some nights we maybe weren’t feeling particularly well so we’d take one song and put another song in. It’s constantly changing.”
Mark Salling: “As long as my version of ‘I’m a Little Teapot’ got in there.”
The actors had to stay in character on stage:
Lea Michele: “We got to shoot these really fun little backstage things with Ryan Murphy where he was interviewing us in character. I guess some of us on stage, if they wanted to really embody their characters, they did. I feel like I did a nice blend of Rachel and of Lea while I was on stage performing, but we are in our characters. At the same time, when we walk on stage, we’re ourselves.”
Darren Criss: “It was hard. I definitely blew it a couple times, up in San Francisco making shout outs to my parents. Blaine’s probably never even been to San Francisco. When we were in Ohio we should’ve been really excited but I couldn’t tell you what city Dalton is in.”
Chris Colfer: “I had to be in character. You have to just leave yourself at the door sometimes because there was no way I could do ‘Single Ladies’ every night. Leave yourself behind. Kurt takes over.”
On stage, all your favorite Glee songs are bigger!
Kevin McHale: “It was more so that we had so much space to work with, because normally we don’t get that much space and you have to more let loose. It wasn’t a concern for us to cover it because there’s a lot of us so it was easy to cover the whole thing. It was nice to be able to actually do dance and have a lot of room to do the moves.”
Dianna Agron: “Although every now and then there would be an explosion. A rogue explosion and you’d be like, ‘Oh, that was really close!’ Lea saved me once. There […]

Octavia Spencer, Kathryn Stockett on the troubles and triumphs of “The Help” – AWARDS ALLEY

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Tate Taylor’s “The Help,” an adaptation of Kathryn Stockett’s immensely popular novel documenting the South’s racial divide in the 1960s, opens in theaters today.
Depending on who you believe, the picture’s Oscar campaign either officially begins or is dead in the water.
I’m opting for the former. Disney and DreamWorks have a hit on their hands, as “Help” should play extremely well with its sizeable book-club fan base. Positive word of mouth should drive patrons into theaters at a time when high-calorie summer blockbusters are giving way to meatier, mature dramas. And conversations outside of theaters following screenings no doubt will focus on the award-worthy performances given by Taylor’s cast, most notably Viola Davis (whom we interviewed here), Octavia Spencer, Emma Stone and Bryce Dallas Howard.
To anyone paying attention, it’s clear that “The Help” has only taken its first few steps in this year’s awards race, and I expect to see it running with the pack as the marathon continues.
But we didn’t dive into Oscars or awards when I sat down with Octavia Spencer and Kathryn Stockett in Atlanta. We placed our focus where it belongs — on the characters, the Southern culture, the food and the family atmosphere these artists embraced while making “The Help.”
HollywoodNews.com: Did you always have it in the back of your mind that this book would make for an excellent film?
Kathryn Stockett: Look, I didn’t think that it was going to get published. [Laughs] So I couldn’t even put it in print, much less on the screen.
HollywoodNews.com: We need to figure out how we can serve Minnie’s friend chicken in the theaters. Can you cut a deal with the chains that, instead of popcorn, they serve friend chicken, because the various cooking scenes in the film have me salivating for some home-cooked friend chicken.
Stockett: I have had more people tell me that after they saw the film, they went right out and got a bucket of friend chicken. [Laughs]
Octavia Spencer: Then chicken places need to give you some stock.
Stockett: And the funny thing is this food isn’t just in the movie. It was all over the set. I gained 15 pounds. Tate Taylor gained 35! We could have created a small human being with our weight gain.
Spencer: Yet, I lost 16 pounds from the heat. It was hot, I was sweating. But also, somebody was cooking for me […]

Brad Pitt’s “World War Z” enters busy December release fray

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: December 2012 was so stacked with potential blockbusters, it scared Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot, “Man of Steel,” away. But another major motion picture just embraced the challenge by grabbing a release date right in the thick of the box office competition.
Marc Forster’s “World War Z,” an adaptation of Max Brooks’ zombie-thriller novel, circled Dec. 21, 2012 as its new release date. The film stars Brad Pitt and Mireille Enos as survivors of a war against the undead that decimates the planet.
So what films will “World War” battle at the box? Oh, maybe you’ve heard of Peter Jackson’s planned “Hobbit” adaptation? Or maybe Ang Lee’s adaptation of “The Life of Pi?” And how about “The Lone Ranger,” with Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp? Or did we mention Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained,” which is tentatively opening on Dec. 26?
So yeah, it’s busy. But if Forster and Pitt build a solid thriller, audiences will come. Paramount must have some confidence in the film if they’re willing to step into the fray where “Man of Steel” soared out.
Of the films mentioned above, which ones are you most looking forward to? Let us know below.
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Audrina Patridge talks about a possible ‘Hills’ movie

HollywoodNews.com: In case you still haven’t gotten over ‘The Hills’ being over, it seems a movie is in the talks.
Audrina Patridge recently revealed to Ryan Seacrest that executive producer Adam DiVello wanted the show to be a movie after filming ended, states People. Unfortunately for fans, the cast was exhausted with it all and didn’t want to be involved.
However, Patridge thinks that things could be different now: “We’ve all had our break. Maybe we’ll all come back together and do a movie.”
Do you think a movie will be made?
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“Gossip Girl”‘s Connor Paolo moves to ABC’s “Revenge”

HollywoodNews.com: There’s good news and bad news here.
Connor Paolo, who plays gay teen Eric van der Woodsen on Gossip Girl, is stepping away from the long-running drama on The CW where he was never given the prominence he deserved anyway. The character will go off to college at Sarah Lawrence.
He will be missed.
But here’s the good news for fans of Connor: He has a bigger role in the new ABC drama Revenge.
“Eric’s going to college, and he’s going to stay there,” Paolo said at the TV Critics Association Summer Press Tour this week. “As of now, my schedule is dominated by Revenge, so I don’t know that Eric’s coming back from Sarah Lawrence. We’ll see.”
He thinks his absence makes perfect sense storywise: “Eric’s been trying to get out of the household for quite some time.”
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