I think sports makes for good drama because it has all the same ingredients as anything worth reading or listening to or watching. Conflict, desire, heartbreak - it's all there.
I like writing strong women, because as a straight male, there's nothing more attractive to me than a strong girl.
I have a maple leaf tattoo over my heart, quite literally, and my two favorite things on Earth are being in Canada and making movies.
I am a proud Montrealer. Jobs will take me where they take me, but nothing will ever be able to convince me to leave my home.
You grow up skinny in Canada; in working-class Montreal, you're definitely the underdog.
The hockey I was raised on, the hockey I understand, the hockey that my dad taught me about when I was a boy was intrinsically connected with fighting. I grew up in a house where we revered tough guys.
If it were up to me, every job would be somewhere in Canada.
No one has a resume that they are 100% comfortable with, nor does anyone have a life that they are 100% comfortable with.
For every big American movie I've done where I was the supporting guy, I've gone back home to Canada to do supporting movies where I was the lead.
I enjoy acting, and it's given me a ton of happiness and it's affected my life and my family's lives in ways that we just can't imagine.
Long before I ever started acting, believe it or not, I always knew I wanted to be a director.
Montreal is a great town. There's equal parts blue-collar town.
I'm a massive movie nerd. That being said, I could retire tomorrow because I wrote this movie 'Goon' and it came out, and it connected and it's a wonderful flick that I think is beautiful and then it had this wonderful life and it means a lot to a lot of people.
There's a chunk of myself in every part I play.
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