AVERAGE JOE Stars Eric Close, True Story of Football Coach Fired for Praying

~ Fathom Acquires U.S. Distribution Rights to AVERAGE JOE, with Eric Close, the True Story of Football Coach Fired for Praying ~

GND Media Group and Fathom announce the release of AVERAGE JOE, starring Eric Close, coming to theaters nationwide this fall.  

Coach Joe Kennedy’s Historic Battle for Religious Freedom Inspired a Nation and Will Come to Theaters This Fall

Based on the life of US Marine (ret.) and high school football coach Joseph Kennedy, AVERAGE JOE follows the inspiring  true story of his fight for religious freedom. Starring Eric Close (“Nashville,” AMERICAN SNIPER, “Suits”) and Amy Acker (ORDINARY ANGELS, “Person of Interest,” “Alias”), and directed by Emmy Award winning Harold Cronk (GOD’S NOT DEAD, UNBROKEN: PATH TO REDEMPTION), this powerful movie serves as a tribute to the unwavering strength of faith and the human spirit.

Watch the teaser trailer here

From the Producers of GOD’S NOT DEAD and THE BLIND, AVERAGE JOE Reminds Us Sometimes We Have to Kneel to Ultimately Make a Stand

SYNOPSIS: High school football coach Joe Kennedy had no other choice but to fight. A childhood in foster care followed by 20 years in the Marine Corps was nothing compared to his biggest battle: his commitment to stand for God publicly by taking a knee in prayer after each game. When he was fired, Joe and his wife Denise knew this battle for religious freedom, freedom of speech, and the rights of all Americans was one they would have to fight—no matter the cost. From the director and producers of God’s Not Dead and the producers of The Blind comes AVERAGE JOE, in theaters this fall.

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