The late Glee actor’s pic was among 20 Canadian features added to the Toronto International Film Festival lineup today. Cory Monteith leads an ensemble cast in the Myriad Pictures drama All The Wrong Reasons, from writer and rookie helmer Gia Milani, which will have its world premiere at the fest. Monteith, a Calgary native who died July 13 of a drug overdose at 31, plays a store manager whose wife (Karine Vanasse) struggles with posttraumatic stress disorder brought on by a family tragedy. Other world debuts announced during a news conference today include Enemy, a psychological thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal from director Denis Villeneuve, whose Incendies won Best Canadian Film at Toronto in 2011 en route to an Oscar nom, and The F Word, Michael Dowse’s romcom starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan. The festival, which runs September 5-15, will announce its full schedule August 20.
Cory Monteith Drama ‘All The Wrong Reasons’ Slated For Toronto Premiere
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