2Cellos, the guys responsible for that awesome cover of Michael Jackson‘s “Smooth Criminal”, have released an official video for the cover of Muse‘s “Supermassive Black Hole”, which you can check out below. The video features Naya Rivera, who is probably best known from the TV show Glee.
Stjepan Hauser comments, “We love Naya’s sexy voice – it’s perfect for this song! We recreated Muse’s amazing guitar riff on the cello and by using different sound effects, we gave this traditionally classical instrument a more contemporary, rock sound.”
Luka Sulic adds, “We became friends with Naya last year on the set of Glee and this is a perfect follow up to our appearance on the Michael Jackson tribute episode.” READ MORE
Brian Miller wrote Apollo 18. Ryan Murphy co-created “American Horror Story” and “Glee”. Together? They’re gonna bring you an as yet untitled sci-fi/horror flick.
Per Variety, “Apollo 18″ scribe Brian Miller and Ryan Murphy, the co-creator of “American Horror Story” and “Glee,” are set to pen an untitled sci-fi/horror movie for Sony Pictures. Murphy will produce with John Palermo (‘Drive’), and story details remain under wraps.
Miller wrote the found footage sci-fi pic ‘Apollo 18′ for The Weinstein Company and is also writing an untitled sci-fi thriller for Paramount and producer Brad Weston.”
This could be good! It could also be an unwieldily combo of boring and “whatever sticks to the wall” weirdness. Only time will tell! READ MORE
A Nightmare on Elm Street and “Friday Night Lights” star Connie Britton has been tapped to star in “American Horror Story,” the top secret FX drama pilot from “Glee”‘s Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
The ever-busy Murphy is on board to direct the pilot, which is set to begin shooting after he and Falchuk wrap production on “Glee” next month. Britton will play Vivien Harmon, one-half of the show’s central couple.
While details on the project remain sparse, FX chief John Landgraf was particularly enthusiastic about it’s prospects in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter earlier this week, calling the “really complicated, interesting psychological horror show … incredibly ambitious.”
He went as far as saying, it “could define or redefine the genres that [it's] in.”
So, recently Slash (interview here) was asked if he would be okay with TV show Glee using a Guns N’ Roses song or even possibly airing a GnR themed episode. Here is what Slash had to say about that idea: ”We got asked about that once already but it got turned down. In the current climate of what’s going on in entertainment these days, I try to be more optimistic than negative because it’s really easy to get negative about it, but I draw the line at ‘Glee’. ‘Glee’ is worse than ‘Grease’ and ‘Grease’ is bad enough . . . Actually, I look at ‘Grease’ now and think: Between ‘High School Musical’ and ‘Glee’, ‘Grease’ was a brilliant work of art.”
Well, Ryan Murphy, the creator of Glee, responded today by saying: ”Usually I find that people who make those comments, their careers are over; they’re uneducated and quite stupid.“
Let me clear my throat…ahem ahem…HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Up yours Ryan Murphy! Your show sucks and you’re just a sore loser!
While other horror sites continue to report this as fact, the Hollywood Reporter debunked the following news this past Friday. Warner Bros. insiders denied rumors that Heather Morris, “Glee”‘s ditzy cheerleader Brittany, is under consideration to play Buffy Summers in the studio’s big-screen reboot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Screenwriter Whit Anderson, via Twitter, also denied any casting rumors. “Careful what you retweet, loves. Inaccuracy can cause lots of unnecessary stress,” she wrote. When asked directly about the Morris casting rumor, first reported by sci-fi blog Blastr.com, Anderson replied: “We’re not even *thinking* about casting yet. The script isn’t even written!” she said in a tweet that was later deleted. Warners also told The Hollywood Reporter that casting is not being discussed until the script is completed.