At the recent Glee season 4 premiere in Hollywood, the cast talked a lot about what’s to come for each of their characters throughout this year. You may be surprised about what some of them had to say. Warning: Major Glee spoilers ahead!
THR recently posted the story full of mouth-watering goodies any Glee fan would be dying to know. So let’s get right to it. Here are a couple of Glee spoilers straight from the cast’s mouth!
Matthew Morrison on the wedding and teaching:
“When you achieve something, you go back the next year and it’s kind of like, ‘Alright, what now?’ I think Will has lost a little bit of his fervor for the glee club. Will needs to find a new passion. I’d love for him to try to tackle the arts on a national level. Wedding planning is going to get to them a little bit. I just don’t think they’re as prepared for living together as they thought they would be.”
Lea Michele on a “shocking” plotline later this season:
“Rachel and Finn do their thing separately. Whatever happens between Rachel and Finn happens on their own; nothing really is too heavily affected by Brody. What happens after that is shocking!”
Darren Criss on what Blaine will do now that Kurt isn’t around:
“Kurt being away really does change the way Blaine acts in the day-to-day basis. He has new ambitions to fill his time now that he’s not spending time with Kurt. He starts getting a little more ambitious with what he’s going to be doing at McKinley for his senior year now that Kurt’s not around anymore. Blaine will be singing ‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World,’ the great Tears for Fears song which wraps up the student body election in a nice bow. He wants to rule the school and that’s his song that articulates that.”
Chord Overstreet on the new musical:
“Artie’s producing and I’ve become an onstage producer, I want to be the brains behind it, the financial guy; I’m budgeting the whole thing.”
Becca Tobin (Kitty) on her similarities with Quinn:
“Like any popular girl in high school, she’s going to cycle her way through the men.”
Blake Jenner (Ryder, The Glee Project season 2 winner) on what’s in store for his character:
“It’s pretty much my story kicked up a notch: I was an athlete in high school and I was a nice guy who was there for my friends and this character really embodies all of that.”
Blake also notes that he does have a romantic interest as we previously reported, and that Ryder is an existing student at McKinley.
Vanessa Lengies talks about her role in the Grease musical that will take focus this season:
“She gets the most appropriate part for her character: kind of a joker, kind of a little outrageous,”
Wow! Now that’s a lot to process but these are definitely some excellent Glee spoilers. We can’t help but wonder what could possibly happen with Finn and Rachel that would be “shocking” as Lea Michele describes it. If you have any ideas, leave them in the comments below!
For the entire interview, including comments from Kate Hudson, Dean Geyer, and several other new cast members of Glee, head over to THR.
Glee airs Thursdays on Fox at 9/8c.