The Kurt Hummel of the FOX hit show admits that he's currently writing the script for his next big-screen film, in which he will appear as a 'supporting character.'
Chris Colfer looks forward to expanding his big-screen venture with another movie project. After wrapping his film debut "Struck by Lightning", the "Glee" actor, who is best known for his portrayal of Kurt Hummel, revealed that he has written a script for his second feature film.
The 21-year-old actor, who will appear as a "supporting character", refused to share details of the new project, but did spill to E! News that he "actually had to do research on this one." He explained, "I couldn't just pull it out of my a**. I had to do a lot of research." He added that he has a director and producers "attached."
Meanwhile, Colfer's big-screen debut, "Struck by Lightning", is expected to hit the U.S. theaters sometime this year. In the movie, he tackles the lead role Carson Phillips, a high school student who gets struck and killed by lightning. In flashbacks, he chronicles his exploits as he blackmails his fellow classmates into contributing to his literary magazine.
The two-time Emmy nominee served as the scribe for the comedy, while Brian Dannelly worked behind the lens. Also supporting the movie are Christina Hendricks, Sarah Hyland, Dermot Mulroney and Allison Janney.