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Our favorite tall, awkward, canadian, actor, drummer, person turns 31 years old today! We love you so, so much Cory and we’re so happy to be fans of such an amazing and inspiring person. Wishing you nothing but love and well wishes on your big day and all your days to come. ♥
– Cory Monteith Daily
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The Glee Season 4 section of the gallery has been updated to include high quality promotional images, episode stills, behind the scenes photos, and more! Click here to browse through the entire season so far and take a look at the stills that will tease the next episode!
Cory made an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show recently to talk about Glee, his relationship with Lea, and to play a hilarious game with “granny panties.” Check out the video of his full interview and click here to see stills. Don’t forget to leave your comments below!
David Morse, Brandon Routh and “Glee” thesp Cory Monteith are set to star in Bleiberg Entertainment’s action drama “McCanick,” which Josh C. Waller (“Raze”) will direct from a script by Daniel Noah (“Believers”).
Morse will star as narcotics detective Eugene “Mack” McCanick, who gets caught up in a firestorm of paranoia and violence upon learning that a seemingly harmless young criminal (Monteith) has been released from prison. Over the course of one long, hot day, Mack and his partner (Routh) mercilessly hunt down the perp, who holds the secret to a truth from Mack’s past.
Harkening back to classic cop films from the ’70s such “The French Connection” and “Serpico,” pic aims to be a rich character study featuring rousing action as it depicts a battle for one cop’s soul.
Bleiberg Entertainment CEO Ehud Bleiberg (“The Iceman”) will produce with Waller and Morse, while Nicholas Donnermeyer will exec produce with Noah. Bleiberg Entertainment will handle worldwide sales on the pic, which shoots in September in Philadelphia.
“The opportunity to work with David Morse is so special. He’s a fantastic actor that we’ve all respected for years and I can’t wait to see what he brings to this character,” said Bleiberg.
“David has worked very closely with Daniel and I on this project and we honestly couldn’t be any happier,” added Waller. “This film is full of intense, emotional characters and I’m excited to see actors like Cory Monteith and Brandon Routh gravitating towards these roles that are, perhaps, very different than what they are known for.”
Bleiberg is currently in post-production on Ariel Vroman’s crime drama “The Iceman,” which will screen at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Pic stars Michael Shannon, Chris Evans, James Franco and Winona Ryder.
Morse has worked with a diverse group of helmers including Robert Zemeckis, Michael Bay, Kathryn Bigelow, Frank Darabont and Lars von Trier. He currently appears on HBO’s “Treme” and will soon be seen alongside Brad Pitt in Par’s “World War Z.”
Routh flew onto Hollywood’s radar when he landed the title role in Bryan Singer’s “Superman Returns.” Thesp recently starred in the indie sports drama “Crooked Arrows” and will soon be seen on the CBS sitcom “Partners,” which debuts this fall.
Monteith, who plays Finn Hudson on Fox’s hit TV series “Glee,” recently played the male lead opposite Selena Gomez in Thomas Bezucha’s Fox 2000 pic “Monte Carlo.” Thesp is currently filming a lead role in the indie drama “All the Wrong Reasons.”
UTA reps Morse, Routh and Monteith, who is also repped by Elena Kirschner of Red Management. Morse and Routh are also repped by Kipperman Management and Main Title Entertainment, respectively. Waller is repped by Jairo Alvarado at 3 Arts Entertainment.
Source: Chicago Tribune
When “Glee” returns this fall, high school graduate Rachel Berry will be off pursuing her dream in New York City, so fans shouldn’t expect smooth sailing for the show’s super couple.
“It’s gonna be tough,” Cory told AccessHollywood.com at Comic-Con 2012 of Finn and Rachel’s relationship. “I don’t think it’s gonna be what people expect. I think it’s gonna be south of expected.”
Rachel (Lea Michele) will be heading to NYADA in Season 4, where her schooling will include dance teaching under instructor Cassandra July, played by Kate Hudson.
Asked if Rachel’s NYC base will mean Finn will get some NYC scenes, Cory replied, “I hope so.”
Also seemingly headed for a rocky romantic road are Blaine and Kurt, the latter of which is set to encounter Sarah Jessica Parker, playing a kooky editor of Vogue.com, Access Hollywood previously revealed.
“Blaine’s boyfriend — it might be along distant relationship, so [we could have] those natural pitfalls that happen when that’s introduced in a relationship,” Darren Criss said of what’s to come for Blaine and Kurt.
Back in Lima, Ohio, at McKinley, though, Darren said he doesn’t expect Blaine to head up the New Directions with many of the gang having graduated.
“Artie and Tina have been there since the beginning…and were the original ‘Glee’ cast people that people did fall in love with,” Darren said.
“I like being part of the team, I like it being an ensemble,” he continued. “I don’t like getting overly featured. It makes me nervous. I like having somebody next to you that you can play with.”
Source: Access Hollywood
Lea Michele and Cory Monteith are getting in top shape this summer to tackle the physically demanding stories awaiting them this fall on Glee. Check out the cut for some new juicy spoilers by Keck! (more…)
Cory attended and presented the 2012 NHL Awards at the Encore Theater at the Wynn Las Vegas on June 20th in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the cut you’ll find videos and photos from the event. Check it out! (more…)
Cory Monteith was the guest mentor of this week’s “The Glee Project” episode, “Vulnerability.” We added lots of HQ screen captures to our gallery. Check them out here and don’t forget to comment the episode right below!