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Watch: First Official Trailer for TIFF Hockey Comedy 'Goon' Unleashed

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September 13, 2011
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Goon Trailer

"Oh boy… this has all the elements of a sports masterpiece!" This looks awesome, even more so if you're from Canada. An official Canadian trailer for Goon, a hockey comedy that premiered at TIFF this week, has been unveiled via YouTube. Goon stars Jay Baruchel, Seann William Scott, Liev Schreiber and Alison Pill and is simply a comedy about an "outcast" bouncer named Doug Glatt (Scott) who finally makes his way into semi-pro hockey, "beating the crap out of everything that stands in his way." I haven't seen it yet, but Steve from Collider did and had some great things to say about it. Check out this first trailer below!

Watch the first official trailer for Michael Dowse's Goon, embedded via YouTube:

Acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Michael Dowse (Fubar, Fubar 2, It's All Gone Pete Tong) returns with his latest, Goon, a raucous, hilarious take on Canada's one true national obsession — hockey — and the divisive topic of violence in the game. Co-written by Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg (Superbad, Pineapple Express, Green Hornet), based on the novel Goon: The True Story of an Unlikely Journey into Minor League Hockey, the film is the Canadian comedy counterpart to Jimi Hendrix's version of the "The Star Spangled Banner": sacreligious, twisted and, somehow, perversely patriotic. The film had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Fest this month and was acquired by Magnet Releasing very recently for distribution in the US.

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  • Ok I'm excited for this one.  Stifler will clearly take any script that's offered....but maybe I'll hold out some hope that Liev Schreiber can afford to be a bit more choosey.  
  • looks funny!! great cast.. i love Kim Coates!  cant wait for this one
  • Cracky
    Lol, this looks great. That shot of Scott and Schreiber taking off their gear was sick.
    • Xerxexx
      I agree, it was a badass shot.
  • FLYING V!  Oh.. sorry, wrong movie.
  • Tester
    There will never be another Slapshot, Paul Newman nor the Hanson brothers.. but this does looks damn fun !!!
    • Xerxexx
      I don't think Goon wants to challenge the awesomeness of those films.
      • Skippy789
        I agree ... one other hockey movie always over looked is the QC film Les Boys ... probably my favorite watched after learning French 
  • Xerxexx
    This looks awesome! Scott is always good in any role. Alison Pill is kinda hot...yeah I said it.
    • Christohper Exantus
      Was there some kind of memo claiming she wasn't? Cause I must have missed it then.
      • Xerxexx
        Some haven't, the truth must be told! Pill is beautiful, Baruchel is truly a lucky guy.
    • The Douche
      You ain't the only one who thinks Pill is hot brotha. I got your back on that one.
      • Xerxexx
        We shall take to the streets, chanting and rioting! Minus the rioting...well maybe.
    • did he get super buff in this film? I feel like he's not as skinny/fit as Role Models.
      • Xerxexx
        It seems like it. He was pretty fit in Southland Tales he seems to have toned himself up.
  • "This Is NOt Fucking Baseball"  JAjajajajajajaj I´m in .. jaja
  • The Douche
    I love the Hockey Mullet on Schreiber, classic.
  • curious cat
    Kevin smith will be pissed
    • Njoilyfe
      I TOTALLY thought the same thing! I bet he wants to "Hit Somebody".
  • Looks awesome.
  • Tomi
    Tough time to put this movie out as the pro hockey world has suffered 3 deaths this summer, all players with a fighting role. 
  • LOVE Michael Dowse. Fubar is one of the funniest mockumentaries of all time. Definitely looking forward to this.
  • Scotty97
    This is just someone taking advantage of how long it's taking for Kevin Smith to get his long-since-announced film adaptation of Warren Zevon's "Hit Somebody" song. They liked the story and reproduced it as closely as possible without infringing and made this. It's not bad, but still just feels like a cover song by a group of wanna be hipsters. 
    • Xerxexx
      Its based off a book.
    • Adam Frattasio
      You are the perfect example of an anonymous Internet writer with absolutely, and I mean ABSOLUTELY no idea what you're writing about. This movie was in the works for more than five years before it premiered in Toronto. Its genesis, which I was lucky enough to be part of, came before anything was even known about Kevin Smith's desire to make a hockey-fight-themed movie. In fact, I was personally dismayed when I read about Kevin Smith's plan for a hockey fighter movie, because this was about two years after Goon was in the works, and I didn't feel good about HIM stealing our thunder. But really, how is it that you can write something with such conviction and be so totally wrong? How does that make you feel?
  • Mayhem
    "Are you ready?" "I am, thanks for asking"  EPIC!
  • wyattrash
    it says "not available in your country"  great ... thats pretty racist 😉
    • Skippy789
      Maybe your country is crappy? what one is it sweden?

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