It looks like the cult classic “The Boondock Saints” is about to get a follow up to its 2009 sequel “The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.” IFC.com caught up with Murphy MacManus himself, Norman Reedus, to chat about the season three premiere of “The Walking Dead” in October on AMC. During the conversation, Reedus also happened to give “Boondock Saints” fans a little something to look forward to. That’s right; get ready for a third round with the MacManus brothers.
“I’m in L.A right now,” Reedus said when asked about a third “Boondock Saints” movie. “I’m meeting with Sean [Patrick Flanery] and Troy [Duffy] tonight. I just landed a couple hours ago and tonight I’m going over to Troy’s house with Sean. It’s definitely in the works. Look for it. It’s gonna be crazy.”
There may not be a script yet, but it’s clear that Reedus, Flanery, and Duffy are all intent on bringing the MacManus brothers back to the big screen at least one more time.
Stay tuned for our full interview with Norman Reedus coming soon!
You can see Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon in “The Walking Dead” when Season 3 premieres on AMC on October 14.
There are heartwarming sports movies, and then there are hockey movies. Unlike the glossy nostalgia of The Natural, or the goofy shenanigans of Space Jam, hockey movies tend to have a bit more edge. And by edge, we mean crazed dudes kicking the crap out of each other. Here are some big screen hockey teams who left it all out on the ice, along with a decent amount of blood.
9. Thunder Bay Bombers, Youngblood
If Roadhouse proved anything, it’s that you don’t mess with Swayze and walk away with your throat inside your neck. But that didn’t stop the bad guy Bombers, whose goon-in-chief Carl Racki hit the dirty dancer so hard they had to put a plate in his head.
8. Monroeville Zombies, Zack and Miri Make a Porno
They may not be pros, but the rec league Zombies sure knew how to bring the pain. Particularly their goalie, who had the helpful habit of skating out and attacking opposing players.
7. The Annapolis Angels, H-E Double Hockey Sticks
When one thinks of Disney hockey movies from the ’90s, the first thing that comes to mind is always…H-E Double Hockey Sticks? Well, maybe not the first thing, but this ragtag group of underdogs also deserves a place in our hearts. They might not be as famous as The Mighty Ducks, but they did use their skills on the ice to save Matthew Lawrence’s soul from Satan in the form of Rhea Perlman from Cheers. Seriously. This is a movie that happened.
6. Lansing Ice Wolves, Tooth Fairy
The only thing more intense than the hits Ice Wolves star Derek Thompson (Dwayne Johnson) laid on opposing players are the life lessons he learned after becoming a real life Tooth Fairy. Sure, the rest of his teammates weren’t the most fully fleshed out lot, but The Rock is like ten men in one, so that’s an unruly team right there.
5. The “Saturday Game” team from Mystery, Alaska
This team of rowdy townies aren’t afraid to bang the mayor’s wife or shoot a guy in the foot. What do you expect when your leader is Russell Crowe? Mediocre pub rock and a phone to the head. Okay, I guess he does that too.
4. The Nuggets, MVP:Most Valuable Primate
The Nuggets exploited a loophole in the junior hockey league bylaws which didn’t expressly state that chimps can’t play hockey. You’d think that would’ve been implied, though.
3. The Mighty Ducks from The Mighty Ducks franchise
The Ducks stole pucks and hearts over the course of three hit ’90s movies thanks to the mighty fists of Fulton Reed, the superior goalie skills of Goldberg and the, uh, getting a DUI and being forced to coach a pee-wee hockey team abilities of Emilio Estevez.
2. The Halifax Highlanders, Goon
The Highlanders recruit a Masshole bouncer to crack heads in a movie that’s basically Road House on ice. Who says Canadians are nice?
1. The Charlestown Chiefs, Slap Shot
Glasses-wearing goons The Hanson Brothers brought The Chiefs to the championship by spilling a lot of blood on the ice.
Judy Greer is basically the human equivalent of bacon — she makes everything better. In the last year alone she’s appeared in Tomorrowland, Entourage, Ant-Man and Jurassic World, doing her best to elevate often underdeveloped characters. With Greer stopping by Comedy Bang! Bang!, we thought it was high time to celebrate the roles that have made her a national treasure. And to see how she scores so many great roles, check out her universal audition tape.
10. Bran Lowenstein, Love Monkey
This show only lasted three episodes for hit factory CBS, but it was enough to earn a cult following. The story of a bunch of young New Yorkers navigating life and love could’ve been yet another Friends clone, but Greer and an all-star cast gave it a funky flavor that would be more at home on cable today.
9. Shannon, Addicted to Fresno
Greer earned rave reviews for her role in this 2015 film about a sex addict who accidentally kills a guy and needs her sister (Natasha Lyonne) to help her get rid of the body. Combining big, broad comedy with some real pathos, this is Greer at her absolute best.
8. Fern Mayo, Jawbreaker
Greer went from geek to glam in this dark cult comedy that proved she was destined for big things.
7. Alice the Waitress, Adaptation.
Is it any wonder that Greer was the dream girl for writer Charlie Kaufman (Nicolas Cage), considering her mix of beauty, brains and being approachable while also being fierce?
6. Lucy Wyman, 13 Going on 30
Here is Greer in one of her patented best friend roles, showing us that even when she doesn’t drive a scene, we can’t take our eyes off of her.
5. Lina Bowman, Married
Greer can currently be seen surviving marriage on this FX series, which allows her to showcase a wide variety of hilarious faces.
4. Julie Speer, The Descendants
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As home in Oscar-winning dramas as she is in comedy, Greer nails this role of an aggrieved wife who’s just trying to keep her family from falling apart in Alexander Payne’s 2011 film.
3. Ingrid “Fatty Magoo” Nelson, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Greer is perfectly cast as Sweet Dee’s arch rival, who always seems to know the exact wrong thing to say to her.
2. Kitty Sanchez, Arrested Development
Greer, with the help of the always on Spring Break Kitty Sanchez, helped show the world and Michael Bluth that she was a force to be reckoned with.
1. Cherly Tunt, Archer
And then there’s Cheryl, a bondage loving secretary who moonlights as a world famous country singer. If ever there was a role Greer was born to play, this is it.