Looks like the Glee cast has bigger issues to contend with than cars getting keyed.
Glee stars are complaining that they aren’t seeing royalties from Sony for the latest CD release.
A source says that Glee executive producer Ryan Murphy struck a major deal with Sony CEO Ralph Schmidt-Holtz, in which the show’s cast weren’t included. Here’s the source on the deal:
"The 'Glee' cast is furious because they feel they were misled by Sony. They have all complained to Ryan that they want a bigger share of the royalties."
More from the source:
"Sony should have known better — they kept their hands on money that could have paid to the cast. But by upsetting the biggest talent on TV, the label is cutting its nose off to spite its face. It is myopic, short-term thinking on their part."
The cast of the show is SO bitter, that it looks like some stars have signed deals with competing record labels. Matthew Morrison has signed a deal with Mercury Records and Mark Salling has signed a deal with independent label Pipe Dream Records.
If we were you, Sony, we’d make things right with the Glee cast. Are these REALLY enemies you’d like to make, guys? Think about it.
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