The red carpet premiere of Glee: The 3D Concert Movie in Westwood, California this weekend drew out hundreds of the Gleeks who have been suffering from the season break of the runaway hit show.

Though the cast, who has worked tirelessly touring over the summer, when most televison stars are enjoying long vactions, was excited about the movie's release, they were a bit nervous about going from a small screen to a big one. "Thinking about seeing yourself in 3D is quite overwhelming, but I think it's gonna be good," said Lea Michele, reports ET. "I hope I don't make any odd faces that are gonna look incredibly insane on a large screen," she added.

The premiere also allowed Glee creator Ryan Murphy to address his dashed rumors about actors Michele, Cory Monteith (pictured) and Chris Colfer not returning to the show after "graduating." "I don't regret saying anything because all I said was the truth," he explained. "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."

The Glee 3D movie itself, which opens for a sneak peak on August 10 and in select theaters on August 12, promises a veritable smorgasbord of classic hit numbers. Among these are: "I Want to Hold Your Hand," "Fat Bottomed Girls," "Born This Way," "Jesse's Girl" and "Don't Rain on My Parade." The cast will also reprise one of the most celebrated songs from the series, Cee Lo Green's "Forget You."