'Glee' Changes at the 'Glee 3D' Premiere

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Hundreds of Gleeks showed up in full effect at Saturday's red carpet premiere for Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, the hit show's first movie premiere ever.
Fashion standouts Lea Michele and Dianna Agron didn't disappoint, Lea looking perfectly chic in a black Marchesa gown and a sleek ponytail, while Diana rocked an edgier look in a printed Christian Cota dress with her choppy layers in a messy bedhead 'do.
At the highly-anticipated premiere, the talented cast shared that they were still nervous about the film's final outcome, particularly its 3D effect.
"Thinking about seeing yourself in 3D is quite overwhelming, but I think it's gonna be good, I hope I don't make any odd faces that are gonna look incredibly insane on a large screen," Lea Michele jokes.
But on a more serious note, she shares that Glee's notoriously dedicated fan base is the heart of the film.
"I'm so happy the majority of this film is really focusing on our fans and how much our show has affected them and how they've changed our lives, and hopefully how we've changed theirs."
Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer shared his similar passion for the show's fans, particularly when it comes those who are bullied.
"Some kids are so cruel to other kids and especially gay kids, and I tell you what, I hope I never run into those kids that did that to them because I'm gonna have some choice words, he says. "I'll probably go to jail."
Show creator Ryan Murphy was also on hand to support the film, and talked about his recent incendiary comments that fan favorites Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer would not be returning for another season.
"I don't regret saying anything because all I said was the truth," he reiterates. "What I said was that three of them are graduating and that they were going to be doing a spinoff, but now we're not doing a spinoff so they'll probably stay in that world."
Check out the video to hear more about the fate of your favorite Glee kids.