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Post  sheny on 2/20/2013, 3:16 am

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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 4:56 am

Spoiler:
-Carson's dad is a real POS, isn't he?! At least his mom actually cares! I love the added Carson bit during the dinner scene with April and Neal.

-Of course, that line that Sheryl had about the lightning bolt in the sky was incredible.

-I liked the added background on the "once upon a time, there was a boy" short 'stories'. It feels a bit heavy handed, though.

-I love, loved, LOVED the extended scene where Carson is ranting to his grandmother as she knits her scarf-blanket without a care in the world. You can slowly see and hear him breaking down throughout his heartbreaking little speech. His voice is literally shaking with emotion by the end. Even when he gets emotional, he cries differently than Kurt. The words he was saying were so sad. What a sad kid...poor thing. Such tragic circumstances. Despite all the BS he put up with from both of his parents, it's obvious he still cares about his mom.


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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 8:27 am

Not to be a killjoy or the PC police, but @MoviesAreLife: could you put your comments about the bloopers and deleted scenes behind spoiler bars, please?
Some people do not want to be spoiled about them till they have their own dvd, as this has been specifically stated only a few posts above.

Or maybe, if people want to discuss the deleted scenes and bloopers more thoroughly, a seperate thread can be created for them (and these posts can be moved there), so people who do not want to be spoiled can avoid that thread?
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Post  Delight on 2/20/2013, 9:19 am

^ Personally, I don't mind getting spoiled about the DVD extras; but I agree that it is worthwhile creating a separate thread for them.

Three more days to go before I can get hold of my copy of the DVD...

I wonder if the Blue-ray version would have more special features? humhum
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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 9:35 am

^Thanks, Zining. These dvd extras do deserve their own thread, don't they?

I caved (because it might be summer or later before I can hold my own copy of the dvd), and I watched the deleted scenes.
I cried, and I'm not ashamed of it. crycry

Chris is a wonderful writer and actor. wub
(Most of those actors in SBL are very good, btw)

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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 3:33 pm

Oops! Sure I will....but how do I do that? Nevermind, I found it! It took me forever to properly use it on my first spoiler post! Wink

Sorry about that! Embarassed

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Post  ChrisColferFan1 on 2/20/2013, 4:03 pm

Question, does the Blu-Ray have more extras than the regular DVD?

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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 4:12 pm

MoviesAreLife wrote:Oops! Sure I will....but how do I do that? Nevermind, I found it! It took me forever to properly use it on my first spoiler post! Wink

Sorry about that! Embarassed
No problem, it was just a request from me, not a board requirement. fanny2 Now that we have a seperate thread it isn't even necessary anymore because posters who don't want to be spoiled can now avoid this thread. But thanks anyway. thumnup bisou

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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 5:54 pm

Oh well. Because of you, I learned to do something new! Wink

Looking at these spoilers makes me think....I did hear traces of Kurt in Carson's voice, only when he got more emotional and tearful, despite the two characters sounded different the rest of the time. I wonder if Chris will ever go the Melissa Gilbert route (an actress who had an unsually high pitched voice) and work with a vocal coach in order to teach himself to speak naturally in a lower key for future roles? I love his voice and it is his trademark, but he's going to have to disguise it eventually if he doesn't want people seeing/hearing bits of Kurt Hummel in different roles that he plays.


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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 5:55 pm

^You're welcome? moque

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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 5:58 pm

Maybe someday I'll learn how to quote posts! Wink

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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 6:14 pm

^That's easy.
On the top right side of every post are 2 blue rectangular buttons: "MULTI-QUOTE" and "QUOTE". If you only want to quote 1 post you press the "QUOTE" button on that post and you will get a post reply page with the quote on it.
If you want to quote several posts you press the "MULTI-QUOTE" buttons on those posts (turning them red), and then hit "POST REPLY": the posts you wanted the quote will be there.

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Post  brisallie on 2/20/2013, 6:15 pm

MoviesAreLife wrote:Oh well. Because of you, I learned to do something new! Wink

Looking at these spoilers makes me think....I did hear traces of Kurt in Carson's voice, only when he got more emotional and tearful, despite the two characters sounded different the rest of the time. I wonder if Chris will ever go the Melissa Gilbert route (an actress who had an unsually high pitched voice) and work with a vocal coach in order to teach himself to speak naturally in a lower key for future roles? I love his voice and it is his trademark, but he's going to have to disguise it eventually if he doesn't want people seeing/hearing bits of Kurt Hummel in different roles that he plays.

Is that actress the one from Little House in the Prairie? I've never seen an episode with the original voices, always dubbed, so was her voice really high pitched?. And about Chris, I think is always good to improve your skills. But personally I think his everyday voice is not totally alike than Kurt's voice.

And btw, thanks for all of these bloopers and deleted scenes. I just gonna say that I wish they would had put the funeral scene without cuts, I really like what every character said.

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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 6:21 pm

Glorfindel wrote:^That's easy.
On the top right side of every post are 2 blue rectangular buttons: "MULTI-QUOTE" and "QUOTE". If you only want to quote 1 post you press the "QUOTE" button on that post and you will get a post reply page with the quote on it.
If you want to quote several posts you press the "MULTI-QUOTE" buttons on those posts (turning them red), and then hit "POST REPLY": the posts you wanted the quote will be there.

Anything else, my dear? tonguue

Like this?! EEEE! Look what I can do! Razz

And Brisallie, yes, Melissa Gilbert played Laura on "Little House" for years. Even as she grew up, she still sounded about ten years old at the age of 17-ish. I believe she worked with a vocal coach in order to train herself to speak lower as she became an adult so that people would take her seriously and not hear Laura Ingalls when she spoke.

I love the funeral scenes too.

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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 6:37 pm

^Congratulations, you win the gold star of the day in class. fanny2

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MoviesAreLife wrote:Oh well. Because of you, I learned to do something new! Wink

Looking at these spoilers makes me think....I did hear traces of Kurt in Carson's voice, only when he got more emotional and tearful, despite the two characters sounded different the rest of the time. I wonder if Chris will ever go the Melissa Gilbert route (an actress who had an unsually high pitched voice) and work with a vocal coach in order to teach himself to speak naturally in a lower key for future roles? I love his voice and it is his trademark, but he's going to have to disguise it eventually if he doesn't want people seeing/hearing bits of Kurt Hummel in different roles that he plays.

Is that actress the one from Little House in the Prairie? I've never seen an episode with the original voices, always dubbed, so was her voice really high pitched?. And about Chris, I think is always good to improve your skills. But personally I think his everyday voice is not totally alike than Kurt's voice.
She had a high-pitched voice, yes, although I think that was more acting projection (she played a little girl for so long and started doing that as a young child) than that her voice was actually naturally so high pitched. To clarify: it was more her (self-inflicted and habitual) timbre she had to 'un-learn' so to speak, than that her actual voice range was the problem, imo.

This reminds me of David Caruso, who also used to have a high-pitched voice in NYPD Blue (although not as high as Chris, but then again: Chris is younger than David was in NYPD Blue). In his later work David adopted this whispering lower voice, which is now one of his trademarks.


Chris pitches his voice a little higher for Kurt, and I think he pitched it a bit lower for Carson. His natural higher voice is only more obvious in the crying and angry scenes, but I don't find that disturbing or distracting, tbh. A lot of men get higher pitched when emotional.

And if anything, Chris is not shy or afraid of being different from the usual (bland) male hero actor. This may not get him those big male masculine roles, but tbh, with him being openly gay at such a young age and many people knowing it, plus many people remembering how he looked like a milkmaid when Kurt Hummel became an icon in the beginning of Glee, that is not likely going to happen anyway.
The few gay actors who could do this till now all came out after they started playing those male hero roles and/or became popular when already adult (like Matt Bomer).
Fortunately Chris never craved for those roles anyway.

I also don't think Chris needs a voice coach to help him with talking lower. His audiobooks prove that he can do it when he wants to, he just doesn't want to all the time, because it is exhausting (see the Lopez interview). If he deems it necessary (or if the movie director deems it necessary) for a future role, he already has the skills to do so.
Of course, some assistance from a vocal coach could be advisable, but I don't think he needs to still learn that skill.


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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 6:53 pm

Since this thread is now for those who have probably seen the bloopers and deleted scenes, here are some gifs:

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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 7:06 pm

He is so bloody cute when he laughs! wub

I think that Chris is too good for the typical, male bland leading role. It would make him more versatile in the general audience's eyes if he played something like that just once though, just to prove he could do it.

He blew me away as Kurt in the Romeo and Juliet scene with Rachel in season three. So, yes, I know he can do it and do it flawlessly (seriously, why the hell were Emma, Shannon and Artie laughing?! He was great!) But I wonder if he could carry off an entire film, or better yet, an entire stage production, pulling off a voice like that without getting vocal strain? That's what I think a vocal coach can help with...manipulating one's voice in a safe manner without damage.

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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 7:15 pm

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Post  Divalicious on 2/20/2013, 7:17 pm

MoviesAreLife wrote:He is so bloody cute when he laughs! wub

I think that Chris is too good for the typical, male bland leading role. It would make him more versatile in the general audience's eyes if he played something like that just once though, just to prove he could do it.

He blew me away as Kurt in the Romeo and Juliet scene with Rachel in season three. So, yes, I know he can do it and do it flawlessly (seriously, why the hell were Emma, Shannon and Artie laughing?! He was great!) But I wonder if he could carry off an entire film, or better yet, an entire stage production, pulling off a voice like that without getting vocal strain? That's what I think a vocal coach can help with...manipulating one's voice in a safe manner without damage.

I have always thought that Emma, Shannon and Artie were laughing because a lot of uncultured/unworldly people are embarrassed by the Arts. They are uncomfortable with people performing outside the "normal" expectations of society. So, Shakespeare, with it's odd cadences and phrases sounds "wrong". I still remember reading Julius Caesar in English class oh so many years ago, and I tried to get into my part, and everyone else was just saying the words woodenly. They were actually uncomfortable reading the play. I ended up just reading the words like them, because they took me out of the attempt to enjoy it. Kurt embraced the Arts, even more so than Rachel, otherwise she would never have laughed, another black mark in her going on Broadway. The starring roles won't always be there for her, and she has to become the character she plays as much as the other actors are. Kurt has no interest in kissing the girl, but he knows Romeo did, so he took it seriously. Still want to smack them for laughing at an audition, when he was portraying a iconic romantic figure in a very wonderful way.

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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 7:21 pm

So...he's too good, he's too dedicated and into it...so the morons all laugh at him because how dare he trash their expectations? Hmmm. Makes sense.

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Post  brisallie on 2/20/2013, 7:49 pm

Probably this's not the place to talk about it, but still I'm thinking that Kurt did well in the Romeo and Juliet scene, but I think Emma, Shannon and Artie couldn't see beyond that and immediately laugh at the scene because well was the gay kid doing the scene. But by other side, it proved that Chris would be able to handle the male lead in the future.

Here's an audio from one of the bloopers I think, and you can hear clearly how cute is Chris laughing. And it seems he's with Roberto, because I heard the word "loco"

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Post  Glorfindel on 2/20/2013, 8:02 pm

MoviesAreLife wrote:He blew me away as Kurt in the Romeo and Juliet scene with Rachel in season three. So, yes, I know he can do it and do it flawlessly (seriously, why the hell were Emma, Shannon and Artie laughing?! He was great!) But I wonder if he could carry off an entire film, or better yet, an entire stage production, pulling off a voice like that without getting vocal strain? That's what I think a vocal coach can help with...manipulating one's voice in a safe manner without damage.
Chris already has a vocal coach, on the Glee set. They may only concentrate on the singing aspect of his voice, but the vocal techniques for singing and speaking are practically the same.

In my practice I have students who were sent to me by their doctors because they had/have problems with speaking (mostly voice nodules, hoarseness and/or hyperventilation). They could choose to either go to a speech therapist or take singing lessons: the results are the same. The basis for both singing and speaking is good breathing and a relaxed throat. Quite a few vocal coaches are also trained speech therapists (I'm not a trained speech therapists, but I know the theory/methods and one of my best friends is a speech therapist, so I can ask her advice if necessary).
A few years back I gave singing lessons to an older man (in his 60's) who had a very high pitched voice, higher than even Chris. He complained that they always said "madame" to him on the phone (sound familiar?). I got him to lower his pitch in speaking.

I'm not saying that whenever Chris will act in a movie using a lower voice he could not profit from a vocal coach keeping an eye on him, but after listening to his audiobooks it is very clear to me that he uses the right vocal techniques for all his voices: low, high, raspy, raw, edgy, sweet, etc.
There's not even a hint of strain on his voice throughout those audiobooks, and I believe he recorded them in very long sessions of 4 days or so. He can do it. fanny2


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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/20/2013, 9:27 pm

Well, good! That's good to know! His talents truly are limitless. Smile

This is kind of off topic, but can girls go through a sort of "voice change" too? Because there is this clip on YouTube of Naya on some Disney show in 2002, at the age of 15 years old. She sounds SO young and high pitched! I know that girls don't go through the same voice change that boys go through, but the difference between the way she sounded then and now is like night and day. Could it be a combination of smoking, maturity and consciously forcing her speaking voice lower?

Oh, and another SBL blooper I loved:

Malerie: *singing* Another one joins the pile!

Carson: Yeah! *bops around like an adorable dork*

LOL! They should have kept that as the official scene! :D

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Post  Glorfindel on 2/21/2013, 5:02 am

Yes, girls go through a voice change too. Only where boys usually drop about half an octave to an octave in pitch (12 semitones), girls only drop about 2-4 semitones, so it's not that noticeable.


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Post  MoviesAreLife on 2/21/2013, 5:48 am

Being told he should have been aborted and that he was unwanted by his mother, being told he was a mistake by his father?! Poor kid! crycry

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