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Fabrication Films Acquires International Sales Rights To ‘The Boondock Saints’ Actor Sean Patrick Flanery’s ‘Frank & Penelope’ — Cannes Market

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Fabrication Films is headed to Cannes with international sales rights to Sean Patrick Flanery’s thriller Frank & Penelope. The upcoming film stars Billy Budinich (Maya), Caylee Cowan (Willy’s Wonderland), Kevin Dillon (Entourage), Jonathan Schaech (Blue Ridge) and Flanery, who directs, and comes from Redbud Studios. Frank and Penelope tells the story of two soulmates who had nothing to for live that find themselves in a violent battle for life and love in a small desert town where nothing is what it seems. LA-based Fabrication will launch sales at the Cannes Film Festival, where the film...
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Sean Patrick Flanery directs crime/horror thriller “FRANK & PENELOPE”; new trailer, release info

The BOONDOCK SAINTS star takes audiences on a road trip to hell. Redbud Studios releases FRANK & PENELOPE to theaters June 3 (see details below) and VOD July 12. Directed by Sean Patrick Flanery from his own script (based on a story by John Thaddeus), it stars Billy Budinich, Caylee Cowan, Johnathon Schaech (PROM NIGHT), Kevin Dillon (THE BLOB), Sonya Eddy, Lin Shaye (INSIDIOUS), Donna D’Errico and Flanery. According to the official synopsis, the movie is “about Frank [Budinich] and his girlfriend, Penelope [Cowan], who find themselves miles from civilization while traveling along a deserted stretch of dirt road. As darkness falls, they come upon a small motel and diner and decide to rest for the night. The next day, after robbing the diner, they suddenly become immersed in a hellish nightmare, When the proprietor of the motel and diner, Chisos [Schaech], a psychotic, cannibalistic Bible thumper, along with his sadistic family [D’Errico, Shaye], take Frank and Penelope on a life-and-death journey, where escape is just a heart-pounding breath away. It soon becomes apparent that they are not the first to endure this. But these two will either get out together or ‘go out’ together.”
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Sean Patrick Flanery Claims to Be a Demon in ‘Nefarious’

Sean Patrick Flanery (Boondock Saints, “The Boys”) claims to be a demon in Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman‘s Nefarious, a supernatural thriller that is shooting in Oklahoma, Bloody Disgusting learned. In the film, “On the day he’s slated for execution, a convicted serial killer (Flanery) claiming to...
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Norman Reedus & Sean Patrick Flanery are Reuniting for ‘Boondock Saints III’

In exciting news, it’s been announced that Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery are reuniting with director Troy Duffy for Boondock Saints III. After developing a cult following over the years, the story of the Boondock Saints is finally continuing with Boondock Saints III. Shaun Redick and Yvette Yates Redick are producing the film along with Don Carmody and director Troy Duffy.
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The Brothers Will Be Back As The Boondock Saints Director Confirms Third Movie With Norman Reedus And Sean Patrick Flanery

It seems that you can’t keep the MacManus Brothers down. While it’s been more than a decade since the sequel to The Boondock Saints was released, which in turn came out a decade after the original cult classic, it looks like we’re due for a trilogy. Franchise director Troy Duffy has confirmed that The Boondock Saints III is happening, and both Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery will be back for it.
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'Boondock Saints 3' Officially Coming Soon, Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery to Return

Boondock Saints have long hoped for another movie in the cult action franchise, and we now have confirmation that a third film is officially coming soon, with both Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery returning. According to Deadline, the pair will reprise their roles as fraternal twin Irish brothers Connor and Murphy MacManus, two unassuming vigilantes who were hunted down by Willem Dafoe as FBI Agent Paul Smecker in the 1999 debut movie. Boondock Saints writer-director Troy Duffy will join Reedus and Flanery, with the new movie set to begin filming in May 2022. Notably, the three also worked together on 2009's The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.
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Boondock Saints III Is a Go, Norman Reedus & Sean Patrick Flanery To Return

The Boondock Saints are officially back, with a third movie in the action-drama franchise moving ahead. Deadline reports that Troy Duffy is set to direct a Boondock Saints III, the latest entry in the franchise he created. Norman Reedus & Sean Patrick Flanery, who starred in the first two films...
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‘The Boondock Saints III’: Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Director Troy Duffy Reunite for Third Film

The Boondock Saints will return! The director and writer of the first two films in the series, Troy Duffy​​​​​​, will reunite with stars Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery for Boondock Saints III, a film that Duffy has been trying to get made since as early as 2014. This will be a new installment in the series that follows two fraternal twin Irish brothers Connor and Murphy MacManus, who become vigilantes to fight the criminal underworld of Boston.
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