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Saturday, 25 July 2009

The Goon - Clancy Brown and Paul Giamatti voicing The Goon and Frankie?

Some more Comic Con news. This time about Eric Powell's film of The Goon. Apparantly footage was shown and it looked lovely, in a smashing zombie's around the head kind of way. /film had this to say.
At the moment, Clancy Brown is interested in voicing the Goon, and Paul Giamatti is interested voicing Frankie. We heard their voices in the clips, and they worked beautifully. But since the film isn’t fully greenlit, they’re not signed. The first clip was a ‘public service announcement’ from the Goon, who explained how to deal with a zombie, or slackjaw. “Pick up a hammer or a large wrench, maybe a rusty mailbox and…bash the fucker’s head in!” Then we saw Frankie at a bar with a slackjaw, and got a little dialogue from Giamatti complaining about getting a drink. It’s fun, vulgar and just dark enough.
I think that voice casting is just spot on and I hope they get signed for the feature. Clancy Brown's voice is just fantastic plus he was the Kurgen!

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