Audiences can see Cory Monteith's final two performances at TIFF
Published Sunday, September 8, 2013 8:53AM EDT
TORONTO - Audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival will get to see the final two feature film performances from Cory Monteith.
And they may notice an onscreen treasure hunt the late "Glee" star cooked up.
Gia Milani, writer-director-producer of the Canadian drama "All the Wrong Reasons," says Monteith told her at the end of shooting that he'd hidden his sunglasses in all of his scenes.
He planned to reveal to her where the glasses were during their DVD commentary.
The Calgary-born, Victoria-raised actor died in July of an overdose of heroin and alcohol in Vancouver.
"All the Wrong Reasons," in which Monteith plays a department store manager, has its world premiere at the festival today.
Tomorrow Monteith's final film, "McCanick," debuts at the fest.
Both films showcase a more mature, dramatic side of Monteith than fans saw on "Glee," in which he played gentle jock Finn Hudson.