‘Glee’ May Bring Cory Monteith Back To Life Next Season With Old Footage

Fri, July 19, 2013 7:00am EDT by 34 Comments
Glee Without Cory Monteith
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時計 casio

Posted at 5:40 AM on September 12, 2013  

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dasfgfdg

Posted at 2:20 PM on July 23, 2013  

i wouldn’t want them to make a footage. it wouldnt be real cory, just technology. if they want to show more of finn in future then it should be only in flashbacks-memories.

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mik

Posted at 1:00 PM on August 9, 2013  

ya i was told he went to war just say he was killed in action

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Just A Girl

Posted at 9:44 AM on July 20, 2013  

Every article I have read the responses on regarding Cory’s tragic demise have been extremely focused on Lea(Rachel), Cory had a mother, brother and somewhat estranged father plus other family members, why are we all focusing on his girlfriend so much?! My sympathies for Lea, however I doubt that in five or ten years these two individuals would still have been together had this filthy drug not claimed another life. The family are the people who will never truly recover from this, I know, I have personal experience as do many others who will understand where I am coming from…RIP Cory my deepest sympathies to your family x

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sad but this is life

Posted at 8:20 AM on July 20, 2013  

in my own opinion, i think replace finn another finn. since rachel and finn are the backbone of the series. they can try a lot of audition that would exactly the same as cory the looks and everything. i am pretty sure they can find one. i know cory is a one hell talented but we could try to open our mind to another window. it already breaks a million hearts of his death let us not bring it to the emotion of the series. there is still hope to lift the series back to the way it is.

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Nikki

Posted at 5:52 PM on July 24, 2013  

I think that is disrespectful to not only Cory, but to the other characters as well. Not to mention, it would lose a lot of viewers that way. There is only one Finn, and that will ALWAYS be Cory. That is how it should be, and therefore Finn should “leave” the show. I think it would be proper to have the character die, as a way of fans saying a final goodbye to him. Although, I know it will be hard for the cast and crew to have to relive losing such a close friend.

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Ash

Posted at 8:09 AM on July 20, 2013  

In the nicest way possible, I think if they make him die in the show then his fans are able to say goodbye. I know it will be hard on all the Glee cast, especially Lea, but he and his character were loved by everyone. Send him out with a beautiful song. RIP Corey. You were a great talent. “Like a shooting star, flying across the room, so fast so far, You were gone too soon” Simple Plan – Gone Too Soon

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mitch

Posted at 2:55 AM on July 20, 2013  

Go glee……………. mi gf luvz corey lol

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Katie

Posted at 10:11 PM on July 19, 2013  

The first episode whould be a 100% tribute episode, with NO Glee script, just REAL. THEN introduce a script that addresses his death : (

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TVDude

Posted at 8:05 PM on July 19, 2013  

I would like to see them write the character off without killing him off. I don’t think Lea should be forced to see her love die twice. There should be a way to come up with a way for Finn to be absent for a really long time. The writers are cleaver and I think they could come up with something.

If Lea is OK with it, I would be OK with Finn being in some scenes to make his exit seem more natural. Major characters get written off shows all the time and while this is a sad reason to do it, it wouldn’t be the first time.

Really though, I think they should sit down and ask Lea “What do you want to do?”. Give her some options and let her know she is willing to suggest some as well. While I would love to see Cory be honored, I also think it’s important that we respect Lea.

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Hayley

Posted at 4:43 AM on July 20, 2013  

If they killed him off then all the reactions and emotions from the other characters will be real emotion from the cast.

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May

Posted at 2:05 PM on July 22, 2013  

And who needs this? We don’t asking and don’t looking for that Lea and everyone of the cast show us they real emotion about that kind of thing! That too hard and it’s Lea’s prerogative and right to keep her real emotions to her self, and to not share them with us! (Sorry for my English, if I made mistakes)

 
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Rhonda

Posted at 7:47 PM on July 19, 2013  

I think it’s a great idea! Finn and Rachel had this amazing love story but they kind of left that up in the air so I would like for them to have Finn and Rachel love story complete meaning them back together! Maybe they could have as Finn moving to New York to be with Rachel and plane crash somewhere along those lines! I just really want to see them incorporate the love story that was left hanging! I wish the writers well on this hard journey! What a tough time it will be for them and the cast!

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Brie

Posted at 6:35 PM on July 19, 2013  

I think what they should do is go somewhere along the line of how Cory died. Finn was in college and a lot of college kids experience with drugs…so maybe finn may have tried some new drug at a party or something and it just proved to be too much….or something a bit easier maybe so they wouldn’t trigger things in fans and co-stars….maybe he could be going to new york to visit Rachel and the plane crashes…or hes driving to McKinley and he gets in a car crash…i know personally it will take me a while to get over this but they certainly can’t have finn just disappear…they need to send him off somehow….

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Cathy

Posted at 5:04 PM on July 19, 2013  

I am not sure about keeping his character alive for awhile using previous footage. How will they put it into the show? It makes more sense to use the previous footage as memories and reflection of his life. I think in the first or second episode they should show that he has already died. I think he should die from a car accident perhaps from drinking and driving because it does happen and they addressed drinking back in season 2 where Mr. Shue said they can call him anytime if they have been drinking. The show will never be the same without Finn, we just got to move on and remember Finn/Cory.

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Michelle (@shel_m1975)

Posted at 2:54 PM on July 19, 2013  

Here’s what we should be asking… what would Cory Monteith want? Cory made a mistake but the fact that he cared deeply for his fans is obvious. I personally believe that he would want to leave a message for the fans/audience that doing drugs can be deadly. He stated himself he was lucky to be alive, he knew that drugs were deadly, he just didn’t figure on dying from using this last time. I think that the idea of them doing some fancy clipwork isn’t a bad idea so that they could lead up to his death in the storyline. He’s in college, his last song was about “fight for your right to party” it seems like a perfect opportunity to write this into the storyline. He made a mistake, it wouldn’t be THAT much of a stretch for Finn to make a similar mistake partying it up in college.

As for the 2 hour where one hour is a tribute where the castmates talk about their former castmate and friend. What is the purpose of this? This would be for the fans only, while the fans may feel they need this, can we really ask this of the members of this cast? The idea of them sharing such personal feelings with the rest of the TV world seems very selfish to me. They shouldn’t have to let such heartfelt emotions out in front of millions of viewers. Let them have their grieving time with other members of the cast and their own personal friends. Do we really need to see Lea (and the others) having to talk about her feelings with millions of viewers? This is just too personal and too much to ask for the sake of us brokenhearted fans. Don’t get me wrong, I loved watching Cory Monteith and his performance as the doofy heartthrob on Glee. I have spent hours since Sunday watching and crying over his performances on my Glee dvd’s, but I think there is a limit to what we can ask from these people that knew him on a personal basis.

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Posted at 4:58 PM on July 19, 2013  

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mik

Posted at 1:03 PM on August 9, 2013  

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Jeannine

Posted at 2:01 PM on July 19, 2013  

Personally, I don’t like the idea. I think when the season starts, Finn should have already died and we should see how his friends and family are getting through it. I think because they were all so close, no one will want to relive his death on screen. It’s not a shock to the viewers because we know he is already deceased. I do think it should be a 2 hour premiere and the last hour the cast and crew could do a tribute to Cory talking about their memories of him.

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Anouska Whitley

Posted at 1:54 PM on July 20, 2013  

Excellent idea. You nailed it.

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Delia E.

Posted at 1:47 PM on July 19, 2013  

I think it would be a great idea–as long as it’s okay with the other Glee cast members and of course Lea Michele.

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Lisa

Posted at 1:14 PM on July 19, 2013  

As much as the show has effected the fans it doesn’t matter what they want but as a fan myself it would be nice to see him in the show and for the team to be able to give him a proper send off and not just have the show continue with no storyline of why he is gone. However, just like he was a big part of the show so are the other actors and actresses and if they aren’t able to handle it then it just isn’t worth it!

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Shorty82

Posted at 12:50 PM on July 19, 2013  

Can’t imagine glee with out cory I don’t think I can watch it anymore I feel so bad for lea.

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Karina

Posted at 12:15 PM on July 19, 2013  

omg! It´s so sad! I can´t imagine Glee without Finn :( is so so sad! My heart is broken! I think is so weird to see him alive knowing that he is no longer anymore… I think that the first episode must be a tribute with the best of his solos, her friends talking about him or something like that but writers for more painful it is should say that he died. The reasons? a car accident or Im agree with @blissfullycat and this idea:

“IF they handle it right and the family agrees, since Cory was so open about his struggles and we know of all those stories of kids at parties accidentally overdosing or taking a drink laced with something or taking prescriptions to stay up to juggle living it up and school, it could be a good and productive storyline that shows how just like Cory, Finn is a good kid who got into something he should not have and it unfortunately cost him his life. That is if they do it right and the family is all right with the storyline” is hard but is a good message for young people.

He loved Rachel so I can not imagine an episode where he leaves to study abroad or for a long journey. it doesnt make sense! in other side, I think that Rachel should be alone for a long time (maybe 3 seasons)… May sounds selfish but I as glee fan, Im not ready to see her flirting with another guy! I think Glee will not be the same without cory. We all love that silly and sweet Canadian boy.

I think Im going to see the first 5 or 6 episode of season 5 and Im going to stop watching Glee. Is not the same, some characters will not have much participation as I have heard and now cory is not alive (Finn´s story with rachel was what I loved most)!

Really sad end Cory! I will miss you forever!

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Heidi

Posted at 12:13 PM on July 19, 2013  

I think it’s a great idea to use previously shot footage. We all need closure from this. I’ve followed Glee since day 1 and have always loved Finn and by extension Cory. My heart breaks for the cast. I’d love to see something where they bring back the iconic songs he’s sang and cut between him singing them and the present cast singing them – “I’ll Stand By You”, “Keep Holding On”, “Faithfully” and others would be a great tribute to him and also a way to show that the cast is supporting Rachel/Lea.

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Shannon

Posted at 11:58 AM on July 19, 2013  

Yeah they should have cory in a few episodes of glee but make it not hard for lea to cope with coz it’s shocking on her love her to bits and losing her man is just heartbreaking :(

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blissfullycat

Posted at 11:37 AM on July 19, 2013  

I think he should be referenced as alive for the first episode or two and maybe have a flashback or two but I am not sure about creating footage like that, not unless they use some of the cut scenes from last season toward the end when they cut a bit when he went into rehab. They definitely have to write him off as a death because there is no plausible way for him to just disappear, and considering he was in college, IF they handle it right and the family agrees, since Cory was so open about his struggles and we know of all those stories of kids at parties accidentally overdosing or taking a drink laced with something or taking prescriptions to stay up to juggle living it up and school, it could be a good and productive storyline that shows how just like Cory, Finn is a good kid who got into something he should not have and it unfortunately cost him his life. That is if they do it right and the family is all right with the storyline.

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Shadowslayer1209

Posted at 10:26 AM on July 19, 2013  

I don,t think its a good idea. Not to mention cruel its still not known if Lea is even returning to Glee yet. So no its a very bad idea

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Michelle

Posted at 8:37 AM on July 19, 2013  

Never watched this show. I cant even stand his woman. So why would I? Did he ever do anything else or was Glee the only thing? Too bad he basically killed himself.

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Raquel

Posted at 9:09 AM on July 19, 2013  

Yes, he did much more than Glee. He was an idol. An icon. He struggled with his problem during his whole life and tried to overcome it. He was always willing to help charities and all those in need, because he was a true giver. I still haven’t heard of anyone who knew him personally that has a bad word about him. The saddest part is that he wanted so bad to improve and get rid of his demons…

But sometimes they win. Such a tragic loss. My heart and strength goes out to his family and Lea.

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Marie

Posted at 10:22 AM on July 19, 2013  

He just finished filming two movies that are now in post-production so, yes, he did do something other than Glee. He also was a spokesperson for Project limelight, a project to give theater programs to homeless youth. In fact he was involved in several charities fighting against homelessness. He was workintg on a project for his charity the day before he died

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Michele

Posted at 11:53 AM on July 19, 2013  

If you never watched the show or can’t stand his “women” what are you doing reading this article? Clearly you are heartless. Someone died…can’t we just remember him as a good person no matter what he did in his teenage years! RIP Cory <3

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Miguel

Posted at 11:43 PM on July 19, 2013  

Here’s a very basic question I’m sure you might reply to: do you even have feelings? Think it over. It amuses me that you invest precious time of your life in this very random, negative kind of comments, so thanks for the entertainment

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Arinaitwe medard

Posted at 7:17 AM on July 19, 2013