‘The Boondock Saints’ to Travel to Middle East on USO Tour

Cast members of the cult classic film “The Boondock Saints” will soon embark on an eight-day, three-country USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour to the Middle East to visit troops and extend their appreciation.

Making the long-distance journey — on what will be the film’s 10-year anniversary — are actors Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus and Brian Mahoney, along with the film’s writer/director Troy Duffy and producer Chris Brinker.

During the trip, the group will visit multiple military bases, sign autographs and pose for photos. While all five are making the trip to show their support of service men and women, Mahoney shares a special connection with troops, having served 10 years in the U.S. Army.

A huge hit among moviegoers, “The Boondock Saints” has spawned the movie sequel “The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day,” a comic book series, a soundtrack and a popular mobile video game.

Note: Due to security reasons, the countries and tour dates cannot be released at this time.

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4 Comments Add Yours ↓

  1. Adam Poynter #

    That is really cool of them, its great to see that people still are supporting the troops, whether you approve of the war or not, the men fighting it deserve our respect.

  2. Robert D. #

    Awesome def will give the troops motivation for those who enjoyed the movie.

  3. Jamie T #

    Good on them.

  4. wiggy h #

    great to read about the support for the troops. I’ve really enjoyed these films so its lovely to read that the actors are involved with supporting the troops.