Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Q&A: Jay Baruchel talks Goon, Subban, Therrien, Elisha Cuthbert

TORONTO — Jay Baruchel bounds into a downtown hotel room all vim and vigour. The long-awaited sequel to his 2011 cult classic Goon — a hockey fight flick with a heart and more than its share of offside one-liners — will premiere in a few hours and open nationwide on March 17.Goon: Last of the Enforcers is Baruchel’s flailing, raunchy, screaming baby. After writing, producing and co-starring in
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