While there was once a time I could self-identify as someone who enjoyed Glee on a casual level, the term "gleek" is not something I would ever apply to my particular brand of fandom. In fact, that term still makes my eyes roll back into my skull and every blood vessel in my body begin reverberating violently, like metal wire jerked tight too quickly.
So, perhaps I am not the target audience for this newly proposed 3D film starring the 14 original cast members who could be bothered to star in the Glee Live! In Concert! musical--sorry, no Jane Lynch. Yes, this is not a big, new production, but rather a concert movie based around the original theatrical performances. It's sort of like those Fathom Events things you always see ads for before movies, which present Broadway shows, the Metropolitan Opera, and random ass Japanese movies for limited engagements to audiences presumably interested in these sorts of things. Except in this case, Fox is putting this out themselves, and the engagement will be for a full two weeks starting August 12th.
Considering Glee continues to be a raging, pitiless pop-culture beast hellbent on subsuming any and all tangentially relatable music and belittling any musician who would dare shun the unstoppable behemoth's lord and master, Ryan Murphy, I think it's safe to assume this movie will probably be successful.