Welcome to Dianna Agron Online, your fansite for the talented actress Dianna Agron. Our goal is to provide you with the latest news and photos of Dianna and her career. You may recognize her as Quinn Fabray from FOX's Glee, and movies such as I Am Number Four and The Family, but also from her role as Dahlia in the West End London Production of McQueen - The Play. I hope you will enjoy your stay, and that you will come back for all the latest and greatest news and photos of Dianna!
Screen captures of Dianna in this week’s episode of Glee called “Theatrically” are now online in the gallery. I loved this episode, and I am so happy to see Dianna (aka: Quinn) get a little more screen time! Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
“Glee” kicked off its 11-show tour Friday night at Radio City Music Hall. Unfortunately, not many pictures of Dianna are currently available, but more will be added as they are released!
The 80-minute show packed in no fewer than 21 songs, nearly every one of them sped up to near cartoonish levels and belted out like the 11 o’clock number in a classic musical. Blasts of spare choreography graced most songs, along with a few spoken segments, mainly from Sylvester, who added the irony that balances out the show’s defiant sincerity.
In fact, the greatest gift of “Glee” may be its near-perfect nexus of Broadway and pop values. Friday night, it struck just as ideal a balance between TV and stage. Even better, it did so without commercials.
Among the folks anxiously awaiting tonight’s Lady Gaga-themed Glee? Gaga herself! The pop phenom just released the following statement exclusively to EW.com:
“I love Glee. I love the cast and the creativity of the writers. I went to a musical theatre school, and used to dream that someday the students would be singing my songs. Can’t wait for “Bad Romance” + “Poker Face” in Glee fashion!”
In a huge vote of confidence for the zeitgeist-cracking drama, Fox has ordered a third season of Glee from Ryan Murphy Television and 20th Century Fox TV, EW has learned exclusively. Season-to-date, Glee is the No. 1 new scripted series among adults 18-49 and adults 18-34, and has averaged 9.4 million total viewers. During its spring telecasts, the musical dramedy, starring Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, and Lea Michele, averaged a 5.6/14 among 18-49 and 13.3 million viewers. It wraps its first season on Tuesday, June 8. “In just one year, Glee has transcended the television landscape and emerged as a global pop culture phenomenon,” said Peter Rice, the Fox Networks Group Entertainment Chairman, in a statement.
Added Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly, “Everything about Glee – from the concept to the characters to the marketing – has been innovative and risky, but with [series creator] Ryan Murphy tapping into the zeitgeist, the risk has paid off with this truly remarkable series. Glee has one of the most active, devoted fan bases I’ve ever seen, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to give Gleeks a third season of their favorite show.”
Murphy also released the following statement: “It’s been a whirlwind year – from shooting the pilot to performing at the White House to the concert tour that began last week – and yet we all feel like we’ve just begun this amazing musical journey. We think our Gleeks worldwide are going to love what we’ll have in store for them in seasons two and three.”
Along with the positive message it sends about the network’s commitment to the show, there are numerous financial benefits to giving a series like Glee a two-year pickup. Not only does it help cut production costs over the long haul, it allows Murphy and his writers a chance to plan ahead (if not breathe a much-needed sigh of relief). Most important, it gives the studio a head start in taking the episodes out into the syndication marketplace. Promising new dramas like NCIS: LA and The Mentalist, for example, sold in syndication in their first and second years, respectively.
In the next original episode, airing on May 25, Glee will feature the music of Lady Gaga when Will (Morrison) encourages the glee club members to express themselves using the pop superstar’s music. Meanwhile, Rachel (Michele) has a life-changing encounter, and Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) embraces her inner goth. The second season of Glee, which has already earned a Peabody, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild award, will kick off this fall on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. (Source)
It’s official – the music of Madonna will be coming back to “Glee.” Series head honcho Ryan Murphy confirmed the rumors on Monday at the Peabody Awards in New York City.
“We are, we’re doing a sequel to the Madonna [episode],” he told Access Hollywood.
Earlier this season, “Glee” broke tradition and devoted an entire episode to only Madonna songs, but the date when Madonna will reign supreme for a second time, musically anyway, on the show is the only thing that has to be nailed down. When asked if it will occur next season, Murphy said, “Probably. Yeah.”
Madonna is a fan of the show, after having watched it with her teenage daughter, Lourdes, and the rumors continue to run rampant that she will make a cameo on the hit FOX program.
“I can’t say,” Ryan told Access about Madge’s rumored role. “But she’s sort of the muse of our show, I think now.” She loves the show and has supported it. She gets the show is about arts education and so she’s very supportive about that.”
Screen captures of Dianna in this week’s episode of Glee called “Dream On” are now online in the gallery. Great episode, loved Neil Patrick Harris and Idina Menzel, but again, was disappointed with the lack of Quinn in the recent episodes. In the meantime, head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
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While blogs buzz with reports that Glee star Lea Michele is letting her newfound fame go to her head, the show’s creator and director, Ryan Murphy, defends the singer, saying she’s a sweet person and a team player.
“[The rumors are] not accurate and not true at all,” Murphy told PEOPLE at the 69th Annual Peabody Awards in New York City on Monday, where the hit musical was honored for its achievement in diversity and content. “Lea is the sweetest, most professional girl. She’s incredibly kind and she’s always on time and she’s always with her cast hanging out. They’re all close.”
As for how to combat the reports — including stories about tension between Michele and her costars — Murphy says he’s offered her advice on how to ignore the gossip.
“I told Lea this would happen to her in July of last year. Just wait, people will start to write untruths,” says Murphy. “I told her, ‘Keep your chin up and it just happens. It’s happened to me and it’s happened to everyone. So don’t pay attention to it.’ But it’s definitely not true. Lea is great.”
Screen captures of Dianna in this week’s episode of Glee called “Laryngitis” are now online in the gallery. Again I am disappointed by the lack of Quinn in this episode. In the meantime, head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
Confession: I may have rewound the promo for next week’s episode of Glee, featuring Neil Patrick Harris as Matthew Morrison’s old rival and current nightmare, three times. And when I say “the promo,” I really mean just the three seconds of Harris and Morrison belting “Dream On.” That number has a lot to live up to: According to PopWatch polls, Harris was by far the Glee guest star readers were most looking forward to in the second half of the season, and this duet was the most-anticipated number.
I find it sort of odd that the promo didn’t mention that the episode is directed by Joss Whedon, but perhaps Fox thinks anyone that matters to already knows. Watch the promo (again) after the jump. How many times did you rewind? How confident are you that “Dream On” will end up being as awesome as Harris’ flashback mullet? (Source)
A young girl in Nevada becomes romantically involved with a female drifter who introduces her to a life of stripping, drugs, and metaphysical experiences that teach her what happens when real life catches up with dark fantasy.
A young woman struggles to move on with her life after the death of her husband, an acclaimed folk singer, when a brash New York writer forces her to confront her loss and the ambiguous circumstances of his death.
A Conspiracy on Jekyll Island (2015)
Dianna as Amelia Rhondart
An ex-Wall Street man whom the Secretary of the Treasury enlists to thwart a cyber attack that threatens to derail the American economy. With the help of his wife, he recruits his rag tag team of misfits, and prepares to save the world from total financial implosion.
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