Sue Sylvester launches ‘Stop Believing’ campaign, urges boycott of upcoming ‘Glee’ movie

OK, I know it’s a cheesy publicity stunt, but it’s also a pretty funny one. A 3D concert movie of the hit show Glee is set to make it to theaters next month, and not everyone is happy — including, it turns out, Sue Sylvester. Sue is the character played by out actress Jane Lynch on the series, who’s always trying to destroy the glee club. So the studio has initiated Sue’s “Stop Believing” campaign to “boycott” the film. Below is the release. Note especially some of the details, like the “dictated but not read” warning. Clever stuff.

—  Arnold Wayne Jones

Jane Lynch, aka Sue Sylvester, strikes a pose on the aisle with her longtime girlfriend

JaneLynch as SueSylvesterJane Lynch, the openly gay actress who has become a pop culture sensation as the villainous cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on the hit series “Glee,” has wed her longtime girlfriend, The Sun reports. Lynch, who has appeared in TV shows like “The L Word” and “Two and a Half Men,” and in films like “Best in Show,” hit a new level in her career on the series as the prickly head of the Cherrios, who seeks to sabotage the glee club every week. Despite her tribute video to Madonna, Sue is straight, but Lynch isn’t.

Lynch and her partner, Dr. Lara Embry, were married in Massachusetts, where same-sex unions are legal.

—  Arnold Wayne Jones