NOTE: This trailer is NSFW and contains foul language
It’s been five years since we saw Seann William Scott’s Goon character, Doug “The Thug” Glatt, hit the ice… and other players’ faces.
Now, Jay Baruchel is bringing the Canadian hockey movie franchise back to the big screen with Goon: Last of the Enforcers, a sequel to 2011’s Goon.
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In this movie, we revisit the Halifax Highlanders, a local hockey team benefiting from an NHL lockout. As a result of the strike, new professional players and old favourites reunite on the bench to bring foul-mouthed, rough hockey back to the rink.
Watch below: Director and actor Jay Baruchel joined Global Calgary on March 14, 2017 with details on the Calgary premiere of ‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers.’
Glatt, having taken too many hits and with a baby on the way, is ready to hang up his skates until he realizes his nemesis has put on the C for the Highlanders. With motivation to keep his beloved team together, Glatt returns to the game he loves.
Fights and brawls aplenty ensue, as you can see in the trailer, above.
Aside from directing, Baruchel also stars in the film. Joining him as part of the main cast are Alison Pill, Liev Schreiber, Elisha Cuthbert and Wyatt Russell.
‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’ hits theatres on March 17, 2017.