David Duchovny Stares At 'Goats' In New Trailer
Goats: They're everywhere. So why aren't there more movies about them?
That's a question that movie fans have been puzzling over for decades, but everyone who loves goats can rest a little easier today, because there's a brand new trailer for the David Duchovny indie "Goats" — and there are plenty of the titular can-eating, bearded mountain sheep to be had.
Okay, so we're kidding (a little), but we don't think Duchovny would mind. After all, in "Goats," he's grown a gigantic (fake) beard and spends his time herding animals in the far hinterlands of America while simultaneously acting as a mentor to a wayward youth played by up-and-comer Graham Phillips.
And "Goats" has a pretty solid pedigree all around; an official selection at this year's Sundance Film Festival, "Goats" also co-stars Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga as well as Golden Globe winner Keri Russell, not to mention "Modern Family" fave Ty Burrell.
So is "Goats" everything you ever wanted in a goat movie? We suggest you check out the new trailer, courtesy of Yahoo! Movies. Because it would be a baaa-aaaaa-aaaaad idea to miss this one.
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