Agron doesn’t appear to be promoting much, except a new arts-based website in this interview (she’s been in a string of flop movies like I Am Number Four and Burlesque, but she’s not really promoting anything right now).
But from this interview, one can glean, what she intends to do after the cast ages out (the eldest, Cory Monteith, is 29, and looks it, and Agron is 25).
On her Glee character, Quinn Fabray: “Especially in the beginning, [the media] really wanted us to be like our characters, to simplify things… I was playing a well put-together popular character, and they were trying to push me into it, like that had been my entire life. And the whole time, my teenage self was crying at that.”
On her real high school experience: ”We watched Practical Magic and all of those movies, like The Craft. My friend’s mom had all these Stevie Nicks outfits, and we’d gypsy dance in her living room and have seances. We’d mix all these things from the refrigerator together and we’d look at it and be like, ‘This means you’re going to find true love when you’re 18 years old.’”
On leaving the show, probably: “Essentially, I’m a senior, so, I’ll probably graduate this year.”
On her Glee audition: “They were going to scrap the character but Robert [Ulrich, the casting director] asked for one more chance. I went in and read, and they called me back two days later, and he told me to come back and straighten my hair, and wear something sexy. I was like, ‘First of all, what is…sexy?’…I went to like, a CVS, and bought a straightener and straightened it at Starbucks.” – via Nylon Magazine.