After its quick and sudden death by Sony, The Interview has been given new life.
Free speech for the WIN!
Of course, not every theater is willing to show the movie.
So the major question is WHERE can U see it??
The 23-year-old is keeping mum on anything that has to deal with controversy and that's never going to change!
Chris admitted he does a lot to try and stay out of drama, but some of his co-stars aren't so lucky to avoid those negative headlines!
"It's really sad. I've seen some of my closest friends on Glee go through where these horrible things are written about them and none of it is true, but some reporter wants to get a hit, they say so-and-so is a raging bitch.
I just mind my own business, really. I don't want to say life is too short for drama, but I think I'm just too old for drama. I'd rather go home and be with my cat and my dog than start a war with someone."
Too old for drama? Au contraire, dear Chris, no one is too old for drama!
It happens to everyone — but we do have to applaud you for staying out of that negative spotlight!
The Glee star continued to speak on the topic of untrue stories of on-set drama in the media:
"It's really unfortunate. There's almost no point in ever clearing anything because people are just going to write what they want.
People have written fake stories about me dying before because they know it's a guarantee hit on their link. No matter what I say, people are going to take it and spin it. Everyone clicks on that link as opposed to, 'Ooh, check out Chris Colfer's children's series.' No one wants to click on that."
Well, he's accurate when he says people would rather click and read a juicy story rather than a mildly interesting one.
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