Dianna Agron Reviews, Interviews & More

Glee: Thanksgiving: Episode 8 Season 4 – TV Review

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Glee – Quinn is back
Glee's "Thanksgiving" episode arrived a little late this year, but what the heck! Thanks to the holiday, a bevy of New Directions alumni returned to Lima, including Quinn, who we hadn't seen since last season. With Mr. Schue gone and Sectionals on the horizon, Finn invites the graduates to mentor the new members of the club.

I Am Number Four: Movie Review

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I Am Number Four - Number Four and Number Six
D.J. Caruso knows a thing or two about finding and cultivating young talent. In 2007, he picked a fresh from Disney Shia Labeouf to headline his Rear Window homage Disturbia, which sent him on a path to super stardom. Now four years later he's doing the same with British actor Alex Pettyfer who stars as the title character in his sci-fi...

Glee: Season 2 Episode 13: Comeback -TV Review

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The Comeback Kids: Harry Shum, Jr, Mark Salling, Kevin McHale, and Chord Overstreet
Rachel plans to make a comeback this week on “Glee” with the help of Brittany.  She pays Brittany to dress like her in an attempt to make Rachel's style popular.  Meanwhile, Sam starts a one-man band, called The Justin Bieber Experience, to impress Quinn.  Will Rachel become popular? Will Sam's Justin Bieber tribute win Quinn's heart? Find out in our review…

Glee: Season 2 Episode 12: Silly Love Songs -TV Review

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Love (Song)Birds: Chord Overstreet, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Dianna Agron, Jenna Ushkowitz, Naya Rivera, Amber Riley, Cory Monteith, Mark Salling
Love is in the air as this week's “Glee” celebrates Valentine's Day early by setting up a kissing booth to raise funds for the club, creating relationship drama (as usual), and of course, performing some classic songs that are "Valentines-y."  So Who fell in love and who fell apart? Find out in our review…

Glee: Season 2, Episode 11 - The Sue Sylvester Shuffle

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Glee Super Bowl Episode
The "Glee Super Bowl" episode -- It just sounds wrong, doesn't it? Of all the shows in its repertoire, FOX made the bold, ironic choice to air "Glee" after the biggest, testosterone-fueled sporting event of the year. And THANK GOD, because I was just bored enough by time "The Sue Sylvester Shuffle" came on to think it was any good... at first.

New I Am Number Four Trailer Has No Idea What It's Capable Of

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Dianna Agron and Alex Pettyfer in I AM NUMBER FOUR_1
A new trailer has been released for D.J.Caruso's latest film I Am Number Four. It's a sci-fi action flick that stars Alex Pettyfer as one of many aliens who are being hunted down and killed. This theatrical trailer follows the teaser that was released back in September and unlike its predecessor it showcases the awesome Timothy Olyphant. Take a look...

Glee GQ Photos - Too Hot for the Classroom?

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Glee GQ - Teacher's Pet
A trio of stars from the hit Fox series "Glee" have pissed off fans, parents, and the media in general with their latest promotional gig. Lea Michele, Dianna Agron, and Corey Monteith all appear on the November issue of the men's lifestyle magazine GQ, and to make a long story short, the women are dressed like skanks and the man is covered from head...

Spider-Man Updates: Dianna Agron, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Venom Returns?

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After the release of The Social Network, British actor Andrew Garfield will be free and clear to train and prepare for the role of a lifetime -- Spider-Man. Sony has already found their Peter Parker but the search is still on for the villain and love interest who will occupy his life. According to recent reports several names are being...

Glee's Dianna Agron Joins I Am Number Four

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Dianna Agron began her stint on the popular TV series "Glee" by playing the girlfriend of a high school jock. Now with her newest job, she'll take on that same role but in a completely different genre. According to THR, Agron will play the female lead in Michael Bay and Steve Spielberg's adaptation of I Am Number Four.