Seann William Scott Loves Punching In ‘Goon’ Theatrical Trailer

Written by on December 21, 2011 

Coming off the red band trailer last month, we have a new theatrical trailer for Michael Dowse‘s hockey comedy Goon. The film may have a touching human side, but the biggest takeaway I get from this peace is that Seann William Scott‘s biggest skill is punching people in the face. Co-written by two members of the Judd Apatow group –  Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg – we called Goon “foul-mouthed, good-natured and above all, a good time” after its TIFF premiere this fall. It actually does look like quite a bit a fun, especially the Percocet joke, and seems like a good VOD rental. Co-starring Seann William Scott, Alison Pill, Baruchel and Liev Schreiber, check out the trailer below via Apple.

Synopsis:

Doug Glatt is a gentle giant who’s lethal with his fists but reluctant to use them. That is, until he goes to a hockey game and flattens a visiting player. The next day, while appearing on a web chat show hosted by his best friend, Doug is scouted by the coach of the local minor-league team. Doug’s job? Beat up anyone who gets near Xavier Laflamme, a hotshot player afraid to touch the puck since a devastating hit from legend­ary enforcer — and Doug’s idol — Ross “The Boss” Rhea.

Goon hits VOD on February 3rd and limited theaters on March 9th.


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