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Natalia Leite has recruited Imogen Poots, Riley Keough and Dianna Agron for the cast of her feature directorial debut, “Bare,” which starts shooting this week in New Mexico. “Bare” centers on “a young girl living in Nevada who starts a complicated relationship with a female drifter who introduces her to a darker world and forces her to grow.” Also set to star Chris Zylka, Paz de la Huerta and Rachel Korine, “Bare” will be produced by Alexandra Roxo, Chad Burris, and Christopher J. Scott. Mateo Frazier will serve as associateRead More
Over the course of five seasons, “Glee” has made stars of complete unknowns, reintroduced stars of the stage to a new demographic, and elevated the careers of seasoned performers. Now that the show’s penultimate season is near the finish line and has only one last lap to go, we at Up and Comers are focusing our magnifying glass on the cast of Fox’s musical dramedy with even more precision than ever before. Whether they’re regular cast members or recurring guest actors, it’s these 10 breakout “Glee” actors (listed below inRead More
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Dianna Agron is busy at work on the Worcester, Mass. set of her latest film, Sean Mewshaw‘s romantic comedy “Tumbledown.” Last Sunday was the former “Glee” star’s first day on the job, and courtesy of JustJared.com, we’ve got your very first on set photos! “Tumbledown” follows a woman named Hannah (Rebecca Hall) who struggles to move on after the death of her husband, an acclaimed musician who’s the subject of a biography she’s working on. However, after meeting and falling for a New York writer named Andrew McDonnell (Jason Sudeikis),Read More
“Glee” alum Dianna Agron is among a trio of new cast additions to indie romantic comedy “Tumbledown.” The musically-tinged film is now shooting in Massachusetts with Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall leading the cast. Agron, Griffin Dunne and Richard Masur are now onboard the film, which also stars Blythe Danner and Joe Manganiello. Desi Van Til wrote the screenplay about a woman (Hall) living in rural Maine who sparks with a New York writer (Sudeikis), in town to investigate and write a biography about her late husband, who was aRead More
Tonight’s episode of “Glee,” titled “New Directions,” marks the final appearance of the Glee club, as after this episode, the show will focus solely on the New York kids and their paths.  The episode starts with Holly (Gwyneth Paltrow) and April (Kristin Chenoweth) hatching another plan to bring the Glee club back, while playing a round of “Kill, Marry, or Bone” in the teacher’s lounge, where Sue (Jane Lynch) rejects their request to keep the Glee club in tact, but she does give them one week to integrate music intoRead More
If you have been watching “Glee” since its premiere in 2009, you have, despite the inconsistent writing in its later years, fallen in love with the characters and the musical numbers, shed a tear over one of the heartwarming speeches given by Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison), or learned a lesson about life from one of the many real-life issues tackled by the show. These are reasons why its 100th episode, which focuses on the dismembering of the Glee club, marks the end of an era, as the rest of the seriesRead More
Chace Crawford
Chace Crawford has moved on from playing with the hearts of the Upper East Side girls in “Gossip Girl” to being the latest romance for Dianna Agron‘s Quinn Fabray in Fox’s “Glee” – and courtesy of the show’s offficial YouTube channel, we’ve got your very first sneak peek at his guest-starring role as Yale degenerate Biff McIntosh. In the new video below, Crawford introduces us to Biff as an “uber preppy,” private-schooled young man who is also “quite obnoxious” and “quite a jerk.” He tags along with his girlfriend QuinnRead More
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Two weeks before it’s set to air, Fox has already unveiled the first images of part one of 100th episode of “Glee.” The new images give us our first sneak peek at the group of returning regular cast members Dianna Agron (Quinn), Mark Salling (Puck), Heather Morris (Brittany), Amber Riley (Mercedes), and Harry Shum Jr. (Mike) – as well as “Gossip Girl” alum Chace Crawford as Quinn’s new fling Biff. Aptly titled “100,” part one of the two-part 100th episode special finds all of the past McKinley High glee clubRead More
Chace Crawford
A former “Gossip Girl” star is heading to Fox’s “Glee” for its two-part 100th episode anniversary special. E! News reports that Chace Crawford, 28, will guest star in the role of a Yale student named Biff. “Glee” star Matthew Morrison gave E! News the scoop last night at Audi’s pre-Golden Globes party in West Hollywood. “I think he’s going to be Dianna Agron‘s (Quinn Fabray) new love interest,” Morrison revealed. “His name is Biff. He’s kind of a Yalie degenerate.” Crawford won’t be the only star to appear on theRead More
Gleeks, rejoice! Dianna Agron is officially set to return to Fox’s musical dramedy “Glee” for its forthcoming 100th episode. Series creator Ryan Murphy confirmed the news today with a tweet that simply read: “Dianna is IN for Glee 100th!” For the first three seasons of the series, Agron played Quinn Fabray, a mean high school cheerleader who romanced various boys (most notably the late Cory Monteith‘s Finn Hudson) and was frenemies to Lea Michele‘s Rachel Berry. Despite the ridiculous storylines her character had to endure at times, there was noRead More