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Transcript by Newsy**** BY DERON DALTON You're watching multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy. ANNE HATHAWAY: “But the thought has crossed my mind that if I [was] on ‘Glee’ what would I like to do? And I would want to do two duets. I would want to do a duet with the young man who plays Kurt.” (MTV) Hollywood superstar actress, Anne Hathaway, networked her ‘gleek’ self onto a future episode of hit musical comedy-drama, “Glee.” “Anne’s golden Glee dream comes true. Showbiz Tonight has just learned that Anne will premiere on ‘Glee’ after a public plea and met ‘Glee’ creator, Ryan Murphy, at the Golden Globes and the two sealed a ‘Glee’ deal.” (CNN) Hathaway is set to guest star as the bullied gay teen Kurt Hummel’s lesbian aunt. E! found out the Glee cast was surprised with the idea of another, new high-profile celebrity guest starring on their hit show soon after the Globes. Reporter: “Now I heard a big scoop, Anne Hathaway is going to be on the show? Is that correct?” Glee Co-creator: “Yes.” Reporter: “Did some of you not even know that?” Glee Cast: (multiple responses) But Murphy tells People Magazine Hathaway approached him with the character she wants to portray. “She’s already created [her role]… She wants to play the lesbian aunt of Chris Colfer. Because everyone needs a lesbian aunt.” Chris Colfer - who plays Kurt Hummel - fresh off of his Globe win as best supporting actor in a TV series - seems to be quite fond of creating a family of famous celebrities. OnTop Magazine quotes the actor. “Can you imagine a family with myself, Mike O’Malley (who plays Colfer’s father on the show), Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway? That’s one hell of a family...” But The Washington Post’s Jen Chaney questions “Glee” for having another high profile celebrity. “So in summary: This comes as great news to fans of Hathaway who think she can add another shot of Gwyenth Paltrow-style energy to the show; terrible news to ‘Glee’ fans who are sick of all the stunt casting; and inconsequential news to everyone else on the planet.” So what do you think? Should there be another high profile celebrity on “Glee”? Get more multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy.
20 Jan 2011
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Mila Kunis says she will never dance again after her Golden Globe nominating role in Black Swan.
16 Feb 2011
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE You're watching multisource entertainment video news analysis from Newsy TMZ: “Congrats on passing Elvis” Lea Michele: “Omigod did that happen?!” TMZ: “Yeah, they said you guys just passed Elvis" Lea Michele: “Oh cool! Thanks for letting me know. I get all my information from you guys about everything.” The charts have Gleeked out! In just 18 months of appearing on the Billboard Hot 100 chart- Fox’s hit show, Glee has rewritten the record book. “Glee dethrones the king! The Glee cast can now claim the history making title of most singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was a crown held previously by the king himself, Elvis Presley. Glee now has 113 entries on the chart beating the Elvis record by 5.” That’s right. The cast of Glee now boasts the most singles on the Billboard charts-- ever. The AV Club points out- Glee’s popular power might be a little overestimated. “Elvis’ career predates the launch of the Hot 100 in 1958, and he managed to score several hits in the two years before Billboard officially started keeping track.” Even so, WSB-TV’s Hot Topics says the young show has made quite an impact. “Glee has only been on for two seasons and the show has already produced two platinum albums, two gold and has grabbed two Grammy nominations along with numerous Emmy’s and Golden Globes.” With five or six new singles released nearly every week and no final season in sight- will anyone ever surpass Glee in number of singles on Billboard? Billboard responded, “Of course, at this time in 2009, ‘Glee’ had yet to debut on TV. … Thus, if ‘Glee’ can overthrow the King so suddenly, perhaps another TV show can do the same to ‘Glee’ in the future.” But one blogger for Miami New Times has a few “serious” questions as to why Glee songs- which are all covers of popular tunes- deserve to beat out an original artist. 1)“Is the Whole Country My Mom and Her Middle-Aged Gay Friends? ... 2) Did No One's Parents Make Them Listen to Elvis or the Beatles? ... 3) Has imitation trumped creative talent? ... 4) Is this proof that the impending apocalypse is well-deserved?” So, power to the Gleeks or- put the King back on his throne? Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Feb 2011
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The Artist has numerous Golden Globe nominations and certain Oscar consideration - is this film a must-see?
13 Jan 2012
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Angelina Jolie looked absolutely stunning at the Golden Globes, but there was one person who she said was even better looking than she was.
17 Jan 2012
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: This year's Golden Globes saw the stars looking their very best. But a lot of celebs didn't start their careers looking as glamorous...
18 Jan 2012
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When Christopher Plummer accepted his supporting actor Golden Globe award Sunday for his role in writer-director Mike Mills' film “Beginners,” he modestly apologized to his fellow nominees for his win. But don’t be fooled by the 82-year-old’s humility. “That was humor,” Plummer said backstage to reporters. More seriously, though, he said: “I always like to salute my competitors … No one is better than the other. It’s just that someone has to win.” In “Beginners,” Plummer portrays Hal, an elderly widow who comes out as gay to his son, played by Ewan McGregor. Asked about the demonstrations — both anti-gay and pro-gay — taking place just outside the Beverly Hilton, Plummer called for tolerance. “Gay [people] are human beings … I know there is an awful lot of anti-gay feeling at this moment and I abhor it,” he said. Speaking on his role, Plummer noted: “It was such an understated, human kind of character that I haven’t played for a long time. I’ve never had such a fun time.”
19 Jan 2012
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Comedian Abbi Crutchfield lets us know what went on during commercial breaks when Ricky Gervais hosted the Golden Globe Awards.
12 Mar 2012
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She earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role as Vicky in Vicky Christina Barcelona. Next stop: Oscars! Rebecca Hall will now take your questions here!
15 Mar 2012
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With a Golden Globe nomination and a bikini shoot, what more do you need from Hayden Panattiere?
14 Dec 2012
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Adele will apparently be attending the Golden Globes in her first public outing since becoming a mother.
10 Jan 2013
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Jodie Foster's "coming out" speech at the 70th Annual Golden Globes may be creating some discussion, but it has the support of Mel Gibson, who knows all about controversy.
14 Jan 2013
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Jennifer Lawrence looked to be still glowing from her Golden Globes win when she was spotted out and about in New York.
16 Jan 2013
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The Golden Globe Awards ceremony was full of great and memorable moments, as well as a few surprises. Ben Affleck’s Argo topped recent high profile films Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty to take home the awards for both Best Motion Picture Drama and Best Director.
17 Jan 2013
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Comedian Abbi Crutchfield lets us know what went on during commercial breaks when Ricky Gervais hosted the Golden Globe Awards.
29 Mar 2013
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After a 3:30 AM wakeup call to announce the Golden Globe nominations, Olivia Wilde hit up the premiere of her latest movie, Her, in West Hollywood. Up until Thursday night Olivia had pretty much kept her baby on board under wraps, but the actress proudly decided to show off the bump rocking a cobalt blue dress with crystal embellishing. Post event, Olivia posed for a photo-op with her co-stars and shared the moment on Twitter. We can't wait to see Olivia's award season maternity style.
14 Dec 2013
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