'Glee' movies, Mark-Paul Gosselaar smokes some 'Weeds'
Listen up all you Gleeks -- Hollywood Life has learned that the "Glee" actors had a clause in their contracts that says FOX has the right to use them in up to "three feature length motion pictures."
Wow. What storylines would be included? Rachel jetting off to Broadway? Perhaps Mr. Schu and Emma's wedding? Maybe one of them is for after the "Glee" kids graduate and we get to see them doing their college/post-high school thing before a new batch of New Directions kids joins the show?
In "Weeds" news, Mark-Paul Gosselaar has signed on to play a bartender who has a romantic stint with Mary-Louise Parker's Nancy, according to The Wrap. It's only for one episode, which is a shame. A note to the writers -- can you please find a way for his character to say, "There's no hope with dope." Please?
And finally, Dan Byrd, who plays the lovable Travis Cobb on "Cougar Town," tells E! Online that although talks of a name-change for the show were circulating, he thinks at this point it is going to stick with its original name. That's too bad -- we really liked "The Family Jules." We also liked Brian Van Holt's suggestion of "What About Bobby?" and Ian Gomez's suggestion of "Courteney Who?"
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