Officially Plugged In Interview: Sean Patrick Flanery is an actor most known for his lead roles in Boondock Saints 1 & 2, Saw 3D, and The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. Some folks still don’t know that he was the character of Powder in the movie “Powder“… READ MORE
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Sean Patrick Flanery (Boondock Saints 1 & 2, Powder, Young Indiana Jones) is a “SINNER” in the “Sinners And Saints” movie where Sean takes on the role of COLIN O’NEIL, the deeply troubled friend and Ex-Army Brother in Arms, of Detective SEAN REILLY… Read More
Like most of us geek folk, I’ve always harbored an intense crush on the dashing archeologist-adventurer Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones, Jr., played famously on the silver screen by the dashing Harrison Ford. Through Indiana Jones’s three classic major motion pictures, I lusted after (and envied) the scruffy, rough-and-tumble hero (not so much in the lame 2008 sequel, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull as he adventured to exotic locales, rescued Indian slave children, slept with hot Nazi women, and cracked his whip all over the globe. But manly and heroic as the adult Indy was, his younger self made my young pulse race in an entirely different way. And so, this week’s Movie Crush is dedicated not to the hunky Harrison Ford but to his blue-eyed teen counterpart: Sean Patrick Flanery.
“The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles,” conceived by… READ MORE
Geeks of Doom has had the honor of interviewing some of the great cast members of Troy Duffy’s desperately-anticipated sequel, Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day. First up was the wonderful Clifton Collins Jr., who’s new to the gang in the sequel. And now, I’m pleased to present our own little chat with the best two good guy killers ever seen in a movie — the Boondock Saints: Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus!
Whether you’re a super-fan of the original 1999 cult classic The Boondock Saints or not, you’ve very likely seen both of these gentleman in numerous other movies and TV shows. Sean has appeared in movies like Powder and Suicide Kings, and he even rocked the fedora and whip as Indiana Jones in Young Indiana Jones. Norman will soon be seen in Pandorum, and is also known from his roles in movies like Deuces Wild, Blade II, and Ridley Scott’s American Gangster with Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington… READ MORE
To many of his fans, Sean Patrick Flanery will always be one half of one of the greatest action duos of all time, The McManus Brothers. It would be his performance alongside Norman Reedus in “Boondock Saints” that would help spawn one of the biggest cult sensations in movie history. Throughout his career, Flanery has proved to be anything but a one-trick pony. This dynamic actor has continued to grow his already impressive resume by immersing himself in the characters and continually testing his limits as an artist.
Over a decade after the original film debuted, Flanery and Reedus find themselves reprising their iconic roles in a sequel that many people never … READ MORE
Sean Patrick Flanery Talks Boondock Saints II, Boondock Comic, Fonda and Fighting
by Troy Rogers of The Dead Bolt
Although Sean Patrick Flanery has a long list of acting credits to his name in film and TV, from The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Powder, Suicide Kings, Stargate SG-1, C.S.I., Masters of Horror, and his six season run on the TV adaptation of The Dead Zone, it was the 1999 role of butt kicking Irish twin brother, Connor McManus in Boondock Saints that fans have been talking about for a decade.
After years of rumor and speculation that Boondock Saints director Troy Duffy would eventually reunite Flanery with actor Norman Reedus who plays Connor’s brother, Murphy McManus, for a sequel to Boondock Saints, the long and winding road to Boondock Saints II will soon be here when Sean Patrick Flanery is back to kick more hail-of-gunfire butt in Boston in Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.
With the real Boondock brothers not too far removed from their appearance at Comic Con, and Sean Patrick Flanery getting pumped to see how fans react to the long awaited Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, we went on an exclusive Boondock hunt of our own to get the sequel story straight from Sean Patrick Flanery and an update on what he knows about the upcoming Boondock Saints comic book, the possible video game direction, what … READ MORE