OMG yes please! Well actually I can’t decide which I’d rather have, weekly Cory or big-screen and dvd Cory. lol. well any Cory is fine with me.
Monteith says his ultimate goal is “to make the transition from television to film,” and to that end, he’s currently developing a “workplace-caper comedy,” which he plans to star in and produce for 20th Century Fox. The actor is also hoping to squeeze in a starring role in the indie thriller Somebody Else before he returns to the Glee set in August to begin shooting the third season. This could be Monteith’s final year on the Fox hit, as co-creator Ryan Murphy has made it clear he wants to graduate many of the show’s characters by the end of the season. But Monteith doesn’t seem too worried about his future. Says the actor, “I’m thrilled with how the show’s done and with the opportunities it’s provided me, but at the same time I’m excited about doing other things.”