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In Sisters & Brothers, Cory Monteith stretches beyond Glee Add to ...

For Sisters & Brothers – the third film in his improv-based, ultralow-budget, relationship-exploring Family X series – Vancouver director Carl Bessai tapped into “the power of Glee,” as he calls it, by casting the hit musical TV series’ resident heartthrob Cory Monteith.

And while Bessai didn’t exactly kidnap the busy Calgary-born actor, a creative form of hijacking was involved. Monteith described his latest thespian adventure over a bowl of fresh berries during a visit to the Toronto International Film Festival for the film’s world premiere.

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