Cory Monteith movie 'All The Wrong Reasons' headed to Toronto Film Festival
One of Cory Monteith's final movies will make its world premiere in style. Titled "All the Wrong Reasons," the film is slated to debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Monteith shot "All The Wrong Reasons" in Summer 2012. The Canadian indie will get a theatrical release in that country later in 2013. It is expected to appear at other film festivals as well, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
In "All The Wrong Reasons," Monteith plays a store manager named James Asher whose wife is suffering from PTSD. The film is about four lives intersecting at a department store. It also stars Kevin Zegers as a fire fighter, Emily Hampshire as a store clerk and Karine Vanasse as James' wife.
Monteith was found dead in his Vancouver hotel room of a heroin and alcohol overdose on July 13. He was 31. His final film will be "McCanick."