"All the Wrong Reasons", which is Cory Monteith's penultimate movie, has released its first trailer via Entertainment Weekly. The Canadian heartthrob, who died at the age of 31 in July, is featured as a store manager who develops an illicit sexual relationship with one of his cashiers following his wife's struggle with intimacy issues.
But what Monteith's character, James, forgets is that his spouse is the one who operates the surveillance cameras at the store. "The whole human experience unfolds daily," says Karine Vanasse's Kate as she later witnesses herself that the man she loves "gives personal service" to the employee, played by Emily Hampshire.
Despite her rocky marriage, Kate seems to finally be able to find a solution to her problem of "personal space" in handsome amputee Simon, portrayed by Kevin Zegers. While the trailer at first sees her telling James that he cannot touch her, she will later be seen letting Simon, who is determined to be a firefighter again, come close to her.
Directed and written by Gia Milani, "All the Wrong Reasons" is about four everyday people who struggle in the aftermath of trauma. The Toronto Film Festival, which runs September 5-15, will host the world premiere of the movie on September 8.