The Chris Colfer Interview Colfer: I would love to do a movie. I would love to do a huge action movie. That's my dream: A huge action movie with lots of car chases and violent scenes. That would be great. And I would really love, as a long-term goal for me, to start writing my own stuff.

TWoP: What's your family like? Are they local celebrities now?
Colfer: I hope not, because one of the things I get really embarrassed about is how much they probably brag about me. I remember when I was living at home doing school plays, speeches, and debate, I'd be embarrassed because they would brag about me nonstop. I can't imagine now. I'm so glad I don't live at home, just for that reason.

TWoP: They must be very proud.
Colfer: Usually, I get messages and stuff from people saying, "I saw your dad today! He told me you were doing this, this, and this!" and I'm like, "I'm sorry. He probably took an hour of your time just to tell you about me." [Laughs]

TWoP: I meant to ask you about the choreography: How hard is it to learn those steps? Are you a natural dancer?
Colfer: Not at first. I think the whole "Single Ladies" saga turned me into one, because it was dancing boot camp, that experience. But it doesn't take too long for me to get the dance, but it does take a long time for us as a group to nail it down.

TWoP: Are we ever going to hear a solo Chris CD?
Colfer: I have absolutely no interest in doing one, because I've never once considered myself a singer. I've always considered myself an actor who had singing in his back pocket if he ever needed it. If I were to ever do one, it would be something for the fans. It wouldn't be really for me. I don't know what kind of songs I would do. Chris Colfer Sings the Female Ballads? I don't know what it'd be called.

TWoP: I read that you did a gender-reversed Sweeney Todd so maybe something like that.
Colfer: One of my biggest dreams is to take that to Broadway, but I didn't want to bring it up earlier, because I didn't want to have to explain it.

TWoP: I read about it and thought it was really cool!
Colfer: Yea, it was a lot of fun.

TWoP: I loved that show and again, it was a little dark and twisted.
Colfer:Absolutely, yea. You got to love everything a little dark and twisted.

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