This post (‘Gleekly’ Dose – Blame it on the Alcohol (2×14) – News) is complementary to the other ‘Gleekly’ Dose – Blame it on the Alcohol (2×14) that has all the episode info including synopsis, photos, promos, previews, etc.
Here you will find all the news related to the show around the time this episode airs.
Ratings: … After episode airs…
- Amber Riley’s interview in The Tonight Show.
- Dianna Agron’s interview in the Billy Bush Show. She talks about Glee and I am Number Four.
- For the first time ever, Glee premieres two new and original songs on Glee: The Music, Volume 5, available March 8. “Loser Like Me,” an energetic ensemble track was co-written by pop mastermind Max Martin (Britney Spears, P!nk) and “Get It Right” is a moving ballad brought to life by Lea Michele’s immense voice. These original tracks will air in the “GLEE” episode TUESDAY, MARCH 15 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source
- The Orange County High School of the Arts Foundation is holding a contest that will allow winners to spend the day on the set of Glee with Matthew Morrison. Go here to find out how you can win.
- Read New York Magazine interview with Glee‘s Jenna Ushkowitz: Glee’s Jenna Ushkowitz knows exactly what Billy Joel was talking about.
- I am Number Four finished third in the box office weekend in the US.
I Am Number Four (DreamWorks/Touchstone/Disney) NEW [3,154 Theaters]
Friday $6.2M, Saturday $7.6M, Estimated Sunday $5.4M
Three-Day Weekend $19.2M, Estimated Four-Day Holiday $22M
DreamWorks’ first feature release since it reconstituted itself at Disney debuted, and rival studios dumped on it all weekend in emails to me. I Am Number Four was neck-and-neck with Unknown all Friday. Then it started dropping. But the PG-13 sci-fi flick finished the three-day weekend #2 with a “B+” CinemaScore (“A-” under age 25) and underperformed from the high $20sM hoped for by the producers. I don’t know why DreamWorks debuted a pic with no stars, a derivative storyline, and a budget which it claims was under $60M with tax credits. I do think it’s still too early to pass judgment on much-in-demand Alex Pettyfer, who’s the new “It” young guy for so many roles including the upcoming CBS Films pic Beastly. Too bad director DJ Caruso couldn’t do for him what hisDisturbia did for Shia LaBeouf’s film future. “We’ve got a well priced film with a new star that is for a targeted audience,” an upbeat Disney exec tells me. Meanwhile, the DreamWorks pic opened in eight territories this weekend, representing approximately 10% of the international marketplace. Source
- UPDATE: Track list for Glee: The Music – Volume 5: Source
1. Thriller / Heads Will Roll
2. Need You Now
3. She’s Not There
4. Fat Bottomed Girls
5. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
8. Somebody To Love
9. Take Me Or Leave Me
11. Don’t You Want Me
12. Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)
15. Get It Right
16. Loser Like Me
- Here you can read in interview with Ashley Fink (Laruen Zizes).
- Dianna Agron on Access Hollywood Live
- Dianna Agron’s movie I am Number Four premieres today.
- Cory Monteith was on The Ellen Show today trying to pull a prank with the hidden camera… but things didn’t turn out exactly as they should.
- Glee has been added to the PaleyFest lineup. There will be a Glee panel on March 16th. For more information go here
- According to PerezHilton, Gwyneth Paltrow’s version of Forget You has sold over 500,000 copies which makes it a Gold Record for her and Glee.
- Mike O’Malley aka Burt Hummel (Kurt’s dad) has landed a role in Fox’s new pilot Family Album. The pilot will be directed by Shawn Levy. O’Malley is set to play the lead in the single-camera comedy pilot Family Album, written by Joe Port and Joe Wiseman and directed by Shawn Levy. It centers on Dave (O’Malley), a passionate, overly enthusiastic former jock who, after a breakthrough experience on a family vacation returns home with a renewed conviction to “bond the crap out of his family.” The deal for Family Album calls for O’Malley to continue his recurring role as Kurt’s sensitive single dad Burt Hummel on Glee, which earned him a guest starring Emmy nomination. Source
- Heather Morris is on the cover of American Cheerleader magazine. Find out more at americancheerleader.com
- Glee Cast gets suprised by singer Stevie Nicks
- Glee Bosses Plot Horror Show for FX. TVLine reports that Glee co-creators/executive producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are returning to FX where they had their first hit with Nip Tuck. They are producing a new hour-long drama pilot titled American Horror Story. “American Horror Story is a wildly brilliant original series,” says FX president John Landgraf. “Ryan and Brad, who created it together, are evil geniuses.” Little is known about the premise, except that it’s a horror show with “subversive sensibilities,” said Falchuk. Source Find out more here
- Ryan Murphy says that they have already broken the stories for the rest of the season. Murphy, meanwhile, assured Glee fans that “we haven’t taken our eyes off that ball for a second. We’ve broken the stories for the season’s remaining episodes and we’ve got big things planned for our little glee club as it strives to make it past Regionals to the all-important Nationals competition in New York City.” Source
- Glee stars join PBS White House Special: Glee’s Mark Salling and Amber Riley will be performing in the company of President Obama for the second time in a year, taking part in a PBS music special titled The Motown Sound: In Performance at the White House. PBS’ The Motown Sound will be taped Thursday, February 24, in Washington D.C., and air Tuesday, March 1 at 8/7c. Source