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Not one, not two, but all four of the finalists from "The Glee Project" have been offered the chance to appear on Fox's series "Glee," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Damian McGinty and Samuel Larsen both took the top prize of landing a seven-episode arc on the show, but fellow finalists Lindsay Pearce and Alex Newell say their two episodes a piece isn't anything to sneeze at.
"For the first time in my life I couldn’t say anything; I was speechless," Newell told THR of learning about the opportunity to guest star. "It’s a moment in my life that I’ll probably never forget because it was the only moment in my life that I was quiet for."
He slams reality stars regularly on “The Soup,” but host Joel McHale tells JustJared.com that most of his victims have a sense of humor. Except the Kardashians.
“I know the Kardashians don’t like me,” says the actor of the famous family.
“No one has said ‘how dare you,’” McHale explains of his usual reaction from celebs. “Reality stars without exception have come up to me and have said ‘Thank you for making fun of me.’” McHale notes that even constant target Jake Pavelka dealt with his digs by appearing on the show.
Pixar fans have two new reasons to get excited. The famed animation studio announced an upcoming movie about dinosaurs and another about the inner workings of the human brain over the weekend, according to a release from Disney's D23 Expo.
At D23 on Friday, Pixar also revealed details about a new animated “Toy Story” short. “Small Fry,” featuring the character Buzz Lightyear, will premiere before “The Muppets” movies. And then on Saturday, the famed studio unveiled the loglines for the two forthcoming feature films.
The first project is about what might have happened had dinosaurs not been wiped out, and is due out November 2013. Pixar released a description of the film:
Lil Wayne is recovering from what sounds like a nasty spill taken at a St. Louis-area skate park.
The rapper was in town to perform at a concert on Sunday, and afterward headed out with his skateboard. After taking a fall, though, he landed at the DePaul Health Center emergency room, reports Rolling Stone.
"The Lou was good but I busted my...head at the sk8park!" Wayne tweeted Monday. "9stitches! Gnarly gash over my left eye! Luv the people."
The 28-year-old is gearing up for a performance at the MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday, and is set to release his album, "Tha Carter IV," immediately after the show on the Web.
"Fright Night," "One Day," "Conan the Barbarian" and "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World" were the new movies at the theater this weekend, but it was actually the adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's "The Help" which won the box office.
The movie pushed past the well-received "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" to earn an estimated $20.5 million this weekend, leaving the four newbies with more paltry openings.
Although "Spy Kids" did the best out of the foursome with $12 million, we're going to start with "Fright Night," since apparently none of you went to go see Jessica Alba's kid movie with Aromascope.
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