A film starring late "Glee" star Cory Monteith will be getting its premiere next month at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The film, "All The Wrong Reasons," was among the first twenty entries to be announced by the event's organizers on Wednesday.
According to "Deadline," Monteith, who was a Calgary, Canada native, leads the cast, playing the husband of a woman suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
The film's writer and director Gia Milani released a statement about the premiere, saying that while the cast is "still reeling" from Cory's unexpected death last month, they are taking comfort in being able to share with his fans the "incredible dramatic performance he delivers."
Milani had spoken to the "Los Angeles Times" about the project before his passing, saying then that his role in the film is "far from the lovable Finn Hudson" - the character Cory portrayed on the hit Fox series.
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