The second of the recent Cory Monteith films has joined first film “All The Wrong Reasons” in the Toronto International Film Festival, explains The Hollywood Reporter.
Film festival organizers explained Tuesday that they booked a world premiere for the Josh C. Waller cop drama titled “McCanick” in which the late Glee star plays a drug addict. The announcement follows the booking of the world premiere for Canadian indie “All The Wrong Reasons”, in which Monteith stars as a department store manager.
The two films are the last of the Monteith movies that have yet to be released. The actor died July 13 in his hotel room after an accidental overdose of heroin and alcohol.
TIFF has also released more of its September lineup, including Fred Schepisi’s “Words and Pictures” and Guillaume Canet’s “Blood Ties”. The Toronto International Film Festival is set to run from September 5 to 15.