Glee 3D Movie flops after failing to make US Box Office Top Ten

Lloyd, Peter
August 2011
Pink Paper;8/12/2011, p20
The article reports that the 3-dimensional (3D) film starring the cast of the television series "Glee" failed to make the U.S. Box Office Top Ten.


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