Lindsay Lohan Will Be ‘Damn Funny’ on ‘Glee,’ Says Chris Colfer (EXCLUSIVE)
“I can’t say much, but Lindsay is judging the Nationals show choir competition, which is damn funny,” he told Celebuzz in New York during the Tribeca Film Festival.
Aside from some exciting upcoming episodes of Glee, Chris has quite a big year ahead of himself, too. On April 21, the 21-year-old actor debuted his first screenplay, Struck By Lightning, at the Tribeca Film Festival. Feeling the pressure, he admits, “I’m giddy, and I’m terrified. There’s a lot of pressure on this for me.”
At the premiere, he was greeted with cheers and applause from fans and friends, which included Glee co-stars Amber Riley and Ashley Fink and Harry Potter actress Emma Watson.
Although his first screenplay has debuted, Chris isn’t in a hurry to get behind the camera and start directing.
“Writing and producing is my true passion. I never really wanted to direct,” he said. “It’s funny. Everyone wants me to direct. I love to write, produce and am incredibly visual, but directing is not my goal. Maybe if someone called me to direct a film version of Wicked, I’d think about it.”
No official release date has been set for Struck By Lightning, but be sure to catch Lindsay and Chris on the May 15 episode of Glee.