Monteith's 'All the Wrong Reasons' will have its world premiere at the Canadian festival, while Radcliffe will debut 'The F Word' in addition to 'Kill Your Darlings' and 'Horns'.
The 38th Toronto International Film Festival has announced new batch of movies to screen during its September 5-15 run. The annual event will hold the world premiere of one of Cory Monteith's last two films, "All the Wrong Reasons". Before his tragic death July 13 in Vancouver, the late "Glee" star had completed filming his scenes in the Gia Milani pic besides "McCanick".
From the Wednesday announcement, it is also revealed that the Canadian festival will screen three movies featuring "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe. In addition to "Kill Your Darlings" and "Horns" which have been announced earlier in the first and second wave, romantic drama "The F Word" will be premiered as part of TIFF's Special Presentations.
The new addition to this year's line-up also includes Denis Villeneuve's "An Enemy", which is adapted from the Jose Saramago novel. Prior to the inclusion of the Jake Gyllenhaal starrer, Villeneuve has booked world bow for "Prisoners", in which Gyllenhaal stars opposite Hugh Jackman.
Other new titles included in the list, among others, are "Tom at the Farm" from Xavier Dolan, Jeff Barnaby's "Rhymes for Young Ghouls" and "The Dick Knost Show" directed by Bruce Sweeney.
Complete list of the line-up can be obtained on the official website of TIFF.
- "All the Wrong Reasons"
- "Rhymes for Young Ghouls"
- "Sarah Prefers to Run"
- "The Animal Project"
- "The Dick Knost Show"
- "Empire of Dirt"
- "Asphalt Watches"