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"The Goon" Movie... let's KICKSTART this sucker!!!

A project in Venice, CA by Blur Studio
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Mobsters. Zombies. Killer robots. Demon priests. Sound like your typical animated film? Didn't think so... now let's get it made!
Backers: 7576
Average Pledge Per Backer: $58

Funded: $441,900 of $400,000
Dates: Oct 12th -> Nov 11th (31 days)
Project By: Blur Studio
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