There’s a television phenomenon out there that Neil seems especially aware of called “Glee.” Perhaps you’ve heard of it. If you have, then you’re well-acquainted with Dianna Agron and her character’s pregnant, celibate cheerleading bitch ways.

Fortunately, she won’t be punished for that behavior. Instead, Agron has been cast alongside Sharlto Copley and Alex Pettyfer in D.J. Caruso’s I Am Number Four according to Heat Vision Blog.

We’ve announced a few casting details so far about the film, and it seems inevitable that “Glee” would start producing some film success for its stars.

My interest is piqued because it’s a classic story of aliens on the run from other, nastier aliens, and they choose to hide out on earth. My interest is also instantly un-piqued because of D.J. Caruso’s involvement.

What do you think?

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