Two New Posters for Hockey Comedy GOON

     September 9, 2011

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Two new posters have been released for the hockey comedy Goon. The film centers on a bouncer who discovers his talent for both skating and fighting and joins a downtrodden hockey team. Seann William Scott plays the lead role, with Liev Schreiber, Jay Baruchel, Eugene Levy and Alison Pill rounding out the cast. Baruchel co-wrote the script with Evan Goldberg, with Michael Dowse (Take Me Home Tonight) directing.

Hit the jump to see the posters, which feature the bloodied faces of Scott and Schreiber. Goon will screen as part of the Toronto Film Festival that kicked off yesterday.

Here are the posters (via JoBlo):

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Here’s the synopsis:

Goon is the story of Doug Glatt, a down-on-his-luck bouncer, who’s been touched by the fist of God. Upon discovering both his right hook and skates, he joins a hockey team destined for the cellar and inspires them into the playoffs.

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