For real this time? Will Boondock Saints really get a third movie? The answer is Yes!

Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flannery will return as the brothers MacManus in a new movie produced by Thunder Road & Dragonfly Films.
Premiere Of "The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day" - After Party
Premiere Of "The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day" - After Party / Kristian Dowling/GettyImages

Deadline reports that Thunder Road Productions, who are responsible for the John Wick films, has joined Dragonfly Films to expand the Boondock Saints universe. The 1999 film is a cult classic featuring Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flannery as Irish brothers who believe God has given them the task of ridding their hometown of Boston of evil criminals.

There are two films in the franchise Boondock Saints (1999), which was director Troy Duffy's feature directorial debut, and Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009). Duffy, who will step aside for the upcoming film, is working on a series of books that will continue the brothers' stories.

Both Reedus and Flannery will return for the third movie to reprise their roles as Murphy and Connor, respectively. The first film also stars Willem Dafoe as FBI agent Paul Smecker, David Della Rocco, and Billy Connolly, who all return in the second, although Dafoe only appears in an uncredited cameo.

Both Boondock Saints movies are action-packed and add in the perfect amount of twisted humor, making both cult favorites. The MacManus brothers are good Irish Catholics who believe they are called by God to execute vigilante justice in Boston to rid the city of criminals.

The first film suffered at the box office as the premiere was only two weeks after the Columbine High School Massacre. The film featured two armed gunmen wearing long black coats and was too similar to the real life tragedy at the high school campus.

But throughout the years both movies have garnered a cult following and fans rejoice whenever Reedus and Flannery appear at the same convention so they can obtain the coveted MacManus Brother photo op.

Billy Connolly, Troy Duffy, Sean Patrick Flannery, Norman Reedus
"The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day" New York Premiere / Steven A Henry/GettyImages

Where to stream The Boondock Saints movies

The Boondock Saints (1999) - The Roku Channel, Tubi, Plex, Prime Video, Roku, Hoopla, Freevee (Via Prime Video), Peacock, Peacock Premium, Kanopy, PlutoTV

Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009) - Pluto TV


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