Those years shooting "Young Indy" far surpassed any university lesson.SPF: You know, actually, I thought the information was forthcoming…not that I thought I would get it, but that it would be "yea" or "nay." And I was dead asleep, and I got a phone call in the morning, and it was kind of…y'know, I'd never done a job that big, so it was monumental.

Since then, Flanery has rarely been out of the public eye, popping up on various TV series (including a recurring role as Greg Stilson on "The Dead Zone") and earning major plaudits for his film work in "Powder," "Suicide Kings," and "Boondock Saints." Bullz-Eye spoke with Flanery about his various roles, why he prefers character work over leading-man roles, and whether or not we're ever going to get that long-rumored sequel to "Boondock Saints." Bullz-Eye: Hey, Sean, how's it going?

SPF: Oh, I think it's great, with the interactive timelines and the documentaries.

Patrick's Day, you may want to watch one of Gossip Center's favorite Irish films in honor of the Shamrock-laden holiday.

Whether it's hunky brothers in Boston you're after Norman Reedus poses for a picture at the 2013 Hollywood Collectors Convention held at the Hotel Grand Palace on Monday (December 23) in Tokyo, Japan.

It was a piece I wrote for "Jane" magazine back in…probably 1999 or something like that.

So do you remember the first thing that ran through your mind when you were offered the role of Young Indiana Jones?

BE: Is it fair to say that you were a fan of the films before you got the gig?

I think I was 13 when that came out, and it was the epitome of an action film.

There’s no director It’s been over five years since The Bookdock Saints II: All Saints Day hit theaters, but writer-director Troy Duffy has been pushing to continue the series ever since and now it looks as though he might finally get his chance. An Luke Evans is nearing a deal to play Gaston opposite Emma Watson’s Belle in Disney’s live-action musical “Beauty and the Beast,” an individual familiar with the project has told The Wrap.

Bill Condon (“The Twilight Saga: David Arquette and Sean Patrick Flanery have joined “Outlander” star Sam Heughan and newcomer Arabella Oz in the indie movie “When the Starlight Ends,” The Wrap has learned.

I mean, it blew everything away when it came out; whatever action film was in second place was a mile away from it.