In Just Before I Go, Seann William Scott plays Ted Morgan, a man who decides to return to his hometown to complete a bucket list of revenge against people who have wronged him before ultimately committing suicide. But as Ted begins to revisit the people from his past, a touching drama (with a good strong dose of off-color comedy) unfolds as Ted realizes he’s not the only one whose life hasn’t turned out the way they planned.
The Daily Quirk caught up with the very funny Seann William Scott on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Just Before I Go to talk the film, what attracted him to the role of Ted and what it was like working with director Courtney Cox. Watch the exclusive interview below!
Reporting by Kelsey Cortez | Camera by Tara Robinson & Dan Maiorana | Production by Hannah Foureman | Written Content by Ashley Gebhardt
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