Cory Monteith’s Final “McCanick” Trailer Has Arrived: Watch Here!

Millions of fans were troubled when Cory Monteith died of a drug overdose last year and now the late actor is featured in his final role in the feature film “McCanick.”

The crime mystery is slated to hit theaters on Friday (March 21) and the late “Glee” actor gives quite a performance as a gritty drug addict.

In the newly-released trailer, Monteith finds himself in a conversation with veteran actor David Morse, who asks him, “Take it easy, doesn’t your mother feed you?” Cory replies, “I don’t have a mother. I’m by myself.”

Last summer, director Josh C. Waller told the LA Times that given his past with substance abuse, Monteith was a perfect fit for the gig. "You could sense it. In my mind, I was envisioning a teeny little drug guy, but Cory Monteith is this tall, strapping man. But when I met with him, he wanted to do it so badly... He was very vocal about his past, and said he wanted to tap into things from his youth that he hadn't been able to use as an actor yet."


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