This morning Lea Michele was spotted filming a scene for Glee in Grand Central Terminal. In the scene they were shooting, Lea was wearing a bright red coat and matching hat while pulling a suitcase behind her. She was also spotted filming outside the station.
Obviously, the scene captures Rachel’s arrival in NYC but the question is, will Finn be with her?
Though Cory Monteith was spotted at today’s shoot, there is some question about whether or not he actually filmed any scenes today or if he was just hanging out with his on and off-screen girlfriend, Lea.
This morning we received a couple of tips and pics from the shoot from our readers but initially there was some confusion over what they were filming, especially since there were signs for the FOX pilot The Asset also posted nearby.
But, it was confirmed to be Glee thanks to a few photos of the crew (including the one below) that include the show’s creator, Brad Falchuk.
In addition to the Grand Central shoot, Michele was spotted filming something in Madison Square Park too.
Of course everyone wants to know if they are filming tomorrow but honestly, I’m not sure. So, if you spot them tomorrow or have any pics to share, let us know via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you missed Lea today, she is also expected to be at the Met Costume Ball tomorrow night, so you may be able to catch her arriving there. If you’re in L.A., Glee will be filming at 115 S June St, Los Angeles on May 10 from 7 am – 6 pm.
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Relive the most romantic night of the year with “New Year’s Eve,” arriving onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital Download on May 1st from Warner Home Entertainment Group. “New Year’s Eve” celebrates love, hope, forgiveness, second chances and fresh starts with intertwining stories told amidst the pulse and promise of New York City on the most dazzling night of the year.
Director and producer Garry Marshall (“Valentine’s Day,””Pretty Woman”) is joined by an all-star ensemble cast including Academy Award® winner Halle Berry (“Monster’s Ball”); Jessica Biel (“Valentine’s Day”); Jon Bon Jovi (“Pay It Forward”); Academy Award® nominee Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine”); Chris “Ludacris” Bridges (“Fast Five”); two-time Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro (“The Godfather: Part II”); Josh Duhamel (“Transformers”); Zac Efron (“High School Musical”); Hector Elizondo (“The Princess Diaries”); Katherine Heigl (“Knocked Up”); Ashton Kutcher (“No Strings Attached”); Seth Meyers (TV’s “Saturday Night Live”); Lea Michele (TV’s “Glee”); Sarah Jessica Parker (“Sex and the City”); Academy Award® nominee Michelle Pfeiffer (“Dangerous Liasions”);Til Schweiger (“The Three Musketeers”); two-time Academy Award® winner Hilary Swank (“Million Dollar Baby”) and Sofia Vergara (TV’s “Modern Family”).
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As we get closer to the May 22 season finale of Glee, the stakes are getting higher, which is evident in next week’s episode, “Choke.” EW got an early look at the hilarious, but also emotional hour, which finds Rachel (Lea Michele) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) auditioning for NYADA (in the form of guest-star Whoopi Goldberg, who does a great, subdued turn). For Gleeks, this episode is a pivotal one since this is what the high schoolers, especially Rachel, have been working towards for the last three years and it does not disappoint. Both actors, especially a poignant Michele, deliver stellar performances. I don’t want to give away too much but—SPOILER ALERT—here are a few other teases…
Lea Michele’s one-story house, built in 1920, features French doors, an office, attic space and two bedrooms. She paid $1.4 million for the updated bungalow.
Closing shortly after co-star Kevin McHale’s nearby home purchase, “Glee’s” Lea Michele has bought a bungalow in Hollywood for $1.4 million.
The one-story house, built in 1920, sits behind tall hedges and has a gated driveway. The updated bungalow features French doors, an office, attic space, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. An outdoor dining pavilion includes a kitchen.
Michele, 25, has played aspiring soprano Rachel Berry since 2009 on the television series. She will voice the part of Dorothy in the animated film “Dorothy of Oz,” due out this year.
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When Glee producers were looking to cast Michele’s onscreen mom, they quickly landed on fellow Broadway veteran Menzel, who shares the starlet’s dark hair and pouty lips. But while a fan campaign brought the resemblance to light, Menzel’s husband Taye Diggs said, “We knew that existed far, far before the TV world did.”
Fox is jumping on the early renewal bandwagon, ordering a fourth season of Glee, a second season of New Girl and a third season of Raising Hope.
“Over the past season, New Girl has become the hottest new appointment series for young adults; Raising Hope has established itself as one of the smartest and most unique offbeat comedies on television; and Glee has continued its success as a genre-defying, global cultural phenomenon,” said Fox president Kevin Reilly. “All three of these comedies add a fresh and distinctive flavor to our Tuesday nights, and I’m really happy to bring them back to our air next season.”
E! News has learned exclusively that Selena’s hit song, “Love You Like a Love Song,” will be featured on an upcoming episode of Glee. In fact, we think fans of a certain couple are going to be completely glee-ful (see what we did there?) when they hear who’s singing the song and in which episode!
The gleek tackling “Love You Like a Love Song”? Lea Michele! Five bucks says it’s going to be a totally adorable “Finchel” moment at the prom! Oh yeah, did we forget to mention the song will appear in Glee’s sure-to-be epic prom episode? Get excited, people!
A source on the set says that the episode, written by series creator Ryan Murphy, was shot last week and that Lea turned in “a really powerful performance” of the omnipresent radio hit. On April 4, Michele tweeted, “Longest. Prom. Ever.”
“Inside the Actors Studio” always gives us a fresh perspective on our favorite casts, so we’re looking forward to the April 9 episode (8 p.m. EST on Bravo) to get to know “Glee” stars Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, and Cory Monteith — and co-creator Ryan Murphy. Check out some of the fun tidbits below!
Lea Michele on her audition experience: “I was listening to music and singing ‘On My Own’ in the car and about to pull into the Fox lot and totaled my car at the time. I’m from New York and was driving in LA. I ran up the lot pulling glass out of my hair, and I had nicks on my body. I ran into the building – and exactly what Rachel Berry would have done – they were like, you don’t need to audition today! And I said, there is no way that I’m not auditioning. They didn’t even believe I got in a car wreck!”
Cue up “Graduation (Friends Forever)” by Vitamin C (which the Glee kids will hopefully cover later this season to send off seniors Kurt, Rachel, and Finn) and flip through the Official William McKinley High School Yearbook! It may look like a regular yearbook on the outside, but apparently McKinley gossip columnist Jacob Ben Israel had full editorial control, since the theme is — not surprisingly — all glee club all the time. The book hits stores May 1 from Little, Brown, but in the meantime, EW has an exclusive peek at the cover, spreads on Rachel and Blaine, some fun “Most Likely To…” pages, a very helpful “Hookup Chart,” and more. Read on, and H.A.G.S.! source
On April 9, Ryan Murphy, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison go Inside The Actors Studio as the Bravo series chronicles the creation, casting and production of the global phenomenon known as Glee!
TheInsider.com has an exclusive sneak peek at the hour-long special, which reveals exactly how Ryan Murphy became attached to the show while he was “naked as a jaybird” and when Sue Sylvester was added to the script.
The Glee edition of Inside The Actors Studio airs April 9 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.