Colfer is repped by ICM Partners, Rob Weisbach Creative Management and Myman Greenspan.
Andy asks Chris what Housewives franchise he’d like to join and what his tagline would be.
The final novel in the series “Worlds Collide” is scheduled to be published July 11.
“Wishing Spell” centers on a twin boy and girl who, after losing their father, are transported into a book in which they come face to face with characters from classic fairy tales.
He wrote the 2014 “Glee” episode “Old Dog, New Tricks” and the 2012 movie “Struck by Lightning,” in which he also starred.
21 Laps produced “Arrival” and is currently in production on season two of the Netflix series “Stranger Things.” It’s in postproduction on Fox’s “The Darkest Minds” and on “Kodachrome,” starring Ed Harris and Jason Sudeikis.
For two weeks after the book’s release in 2012, it was number one on The New York Times Best Seller list in the Children’s Chapter Books category. Fox’s Kira Goldberg will oversee development for the studio.
Colfer played the Kurt Hummel character on “Glee” and won a Golden Globe.
He told the Advocate, “I’ve never had any professional training anywhere, just high school and community theater shows.” Colfer originally auditioned for the role of Artie.is a Golden Globe Award winning American actor, singer, and Number 1 New York Times Bestselling writer.He gained international recognition for his portrayal of countertenor Kurt Hummel on the hit television singing series Glee (2009–15).He is also a New York Times number-one bestselling author of The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell, the first novel in his middle-grade reader series.As a child he was confined to a hospital bed for three months following lymph-node surgery, which left a scar on his neck, and which he credits as one of the difficult experiences that made him interested in fictional worlds., but Chris Colfer still has every right to be nervous about America witnessing Kurt and Blaine (Darren Criss) lose their virginities to each other.