Tuning in to TV: ‘Glee’s’ Chris Colfer releases children’s book
“Glee” star Chris Colfer pronounced his favorite childhood memories are going to a bookstore during midnight to get a subsequent “Harry Potter” book.
“Just being there with everybody happy and dressed up, and those were only unequivocally happy moments for me,” he removed in a new Associated Press interview.
It creates clarity afterwards that a 22-year-old would wish to minister to that world. He has created his possess children’s novel called “The Land of Stories,” that is now in stores.
The book is about twins Connor and Alex, who find themselves sucked into their favorite book of angel tales, unexpected face-to-face with a characters they grew adult reading about.
Mr. Colfer pronounced he came adult with a thought as an scientific child who questioned a angel tales his mom would review to him.
“I used to ask, ‘Mommy, who’s a male in a mirror? Why’s he articulate to a immorality queen? Why’s she so evil? Why does she hatred Snow White so much?’
“I only attempted to explain a questions that we had as a kid,” he said.
If a book were blending into a film he would adore for Meryl Streep to play a several angel story characters.
“I consider eventually we would adore to see Meryl Streep play each role, only since we think, ‘Who would not wish to go see that movie? Who would not wish to go see Meryl Streep personification a Big Bad Wolf or Red Riding Hood?’ we meant it would be great.”
Mr. Colfer pronounced he wrote a book final summer during a “Glee” universe tour.
“I was essay constantly in my hotel room and underneath a theatre during performances even, and I’d be singing, ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ and I’d consider of something unequivocally smart for Connor to say. Had to run downstairs to a changing booth, form it into my computer, run off and do ‘Single Ladies’ in leotard. It was an engaging summer. we don’t consider I’ve mentally recovered from that time.”
He already has a understanding to write a supplement to “The Land of Stories” where Alex and Connor will be older.
He also has created a film screenplay for a psychological play that he hopes to star in, and he blending a commander for a Disney Channel formed on Florence Laughlin’s children’s book “The Little Leftover Witch.”
A film he wrote and starred in called “Struck by Lightning” that debuted during this year’s Tribeca Film Festival will strike theaters in December.
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