When it first began shooting, the late 1990s Boston mob movie "Boondock Saints" initially turned Irish-American director Troy Duffy into a rising star. But many snags along the way meant that Duffy had to be satisfied just to see the flick make it into a few theaters. In fact, Duffy's journey from the heights of promise to the fringe of indie cinema was captured in the subsequent documentary "Overnight," which depicted Duffy as a petulant egomaniac. Nevertheless, it looks like the "Boondock Saints" crew is getting together for a sequel. Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus will star again as Connor and Murphy MacManus, Irish twins at war with the mob, in "Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day." Judd Nelson and Peter Fonda are also set to star.
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