‘The Boondock Saints 3' Spoilers, News And Updates: Big Details Hinted By Norman Reedus; Chris Pratt, Brad Pitt To Take Major Roles?
Finally, after the release of the original movie 10 years ago, "The Boondock Saints 3" will be coming to your favorite theaters again. The original film was one of the most surprising cult movies in the 90s. It was a rather small-budgeted film but was accepted by the fans and the critics very well at that time.
The New Movie Will Have Major Hollywood Stars
There are reports coming out that "The Boondock Saints 3" will star two major Hollywood celebrities. Possible casting may include Chris Pratt or Brad Pitt. If the two sign up with the film, this could be a potential blockbuster.
What The Original Story Is About
The original story is about two (twin) brothers who embarked on a mission to fight crime and get rid of evil men in their Irish hometown. To do this, the twin brothers have to use their own brand of justice. The first film was action packed and captured the hearts of millions of fans. It even got a sequel and was regarded as one of the successful cult movies of all time.
The "Saints" Stayed On For 15 years
Because of its first two movies, "The Boondock Saints" lived on for the following 15 years after the first film released in 1999. This was due to the re-releases of home videos of its title and marketing of online merchandise related to the film. A big help to its success is the effort of its original stars to interact socially with the community and the dedication provided by the creators of the movie.
A Big Stepping Stone For "The Walking Dead' Star
"The Boondock Saints" was also instrumental in the success of Norman Reedus, the current star of "The Walking Dead." Reedus played the role of one of the twins and led him to take up the role as one of "The Walking Dead" main characters. Meanwhile, Troy Duffy, the writer, creator and would-be director of "The Boondock Saints 3" has released in January and April some images of the movie script.
'Walking Dead' Season 8 Spoilers: Three Major Characters To Go Missing? All-Out War Hinted In New Teasers
"The Walking Dead" Season 8 is gearing up for a release later this month and there are reports that some characters might not make it in the new installment.
Steven Yeun Wants To Reprise Role In 'The Walking Dead'
Actor Steven Yeun said that he is open to the idea of reprising his role as Glenn and he might have just hinted that the character might make a return to the series.
'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Updates: Showrunner Promises A Breakneck Season; Rick Or Negan Could Die
"The WalkingDead" season 8 will follow a fast pace as it will head directly to the all out war. Theories for the upcoming season claim that either Rick or Negan will die.
‘The Walking Dead' Season 8 Spoilers: Negan Could Be The One To Kill Rick
Fans might not want to see this but it is plausible that Rick Grimes might be killed by Negan in Season 8 of "The Walking Dead" as teased by the executive producer of the show.
‘The Walking Dead' Season 8 Gets Andrew Lincoln Excited; Spinoff Series 'Fear The Walking Dead' Renewed For Season 4
"Fear The Walking Dead" has been renewed for a fourth season and Andrew Lincoln is getting hyped because of the anticipated 100th episode of "The Walking Dead".
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