Butler, 43, plays a former professional athlete who tries to repair his relationship with his son by coaching his soccer time because of his internal struggles in trying to move ahead with his life, reported Contactmusic.
"Well, what attracted me to him was this guy's trip. He's a bit down on his luck. He's trying to make something of his life. He's a nice dude. You like this guy.
He's a charmer, but at the same time, internally, he's kind of lost a lot of his confidence, and he's chaotic, and he doesn't really know how to hold his own space. "I think this is a movie about, really, him learning to grow up.
And I think we all identify with that is where to make the commitment, where to learn how to have some responsibility, how to get rid of the distractions," he said.
The Scottish actor, whose character gets distracted by many of mothers of the boys in his time, thinks there will be at least one character that every audience member can relate to.
"He comes to this town, he's a fish out of water, he meets new people; it's a new life, and he meets a lot of crazy people as well. And how do you deal with that, you know? He goes home; they're in his bed, or they're outside his house, or they're luring him in with jobs.
"And I think that it's a very universal idea. I mean everybody can relate either with the ex-wife, or the kid, or George, or the frustrated women who are in there, you know, who want a piece of him. It's coming from all angles."