'Glee': Charice confirmed as recurring role; no 'Glee' movies yet, says Ryan Murphy
Charice, or Charmaine Clarice Relucio Pempengco, the internationally-known pop star from the Philippines, will be joining the "Glee" kids of McKinley High in a recurring guest role in Season 2, FOX confirms to Zap2it. She's got some pretty decent vocal chops (Oprah once called her the most talented girl in the world), so we can't wait to see her go up against Lea Michele's Rachel Berry.
In other "Glee' news, creator Ryan Murphy is dispelling the notion of any "Glee" movies coming to the big screen. Murphy tells EW, "There will be no 'Glee' movie in the foreseeable future. Despite overtures, I and the studio have decided we want to put our energy into the second season with no distractions for the cast."
It was recently revealed that the "Glee" actors all have a clause in their contracts for up to three feature length movies. But Murphy just said "foreseeable future" ...
So you're saying there's a chance!
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