Chicago PD’s Jon Seda and Brian Geraghty have new movies

CHICAGO P.D. -- "Night In Chicago" Episode 613 -- Pictured: Jon Seda as Antonio Dawson -- (Photo by: Matt Dinerstein/NBC)
CHICAGO P.D. -- "Night In Chicago" Episode 613 -- Pictured: Jon Seda as Antonio Dawson -- (Photo by: Matt Dinerstein/NBC) /

Chicago PD fans can catch two stars on the big screen this weekend, as both Brian Geraghty and Jon Seda are appearing in new films that have hit theaters.

While Chicago PD may have been off the air this week, fans have another way to get their fix, because some of the show’s actors have new film projects that are out now.

Fan favorite Jon Seda appears in the new independent drama Canal Street, which tackles some subjects that have also been depicted on Chicago PD—race and justice.

In Canal Street, a young black man is accused of the murder of a white classmate, and his father will stop at nothing to vindicate his innocent son.

The film will particularly appeal to Chicago PD viewers, because Seda isn’t the only actor from the show in the cast. Mylkelti Williamson (who recurred during seasons 4 and 5 as Denny Woods) and Mekhi Phifer (who guest-starred in the episode “Captive”) are also part of the movie.

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Elsewhere, Brian Geraghty—who formerly starred on the show as Officer Sean Roman—has his own new movie at the box office, and it’s also another crime-related drama.

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek stars Geraghty in the grim story of an ex-cop who investigates a shooting that took place at an officer’s funeral.

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Chris Mulkey, who guest-starred in the “Friendly Fire” episode of Chicago Justice, is in the movie. The cast also includes James Badge Dale (24) and Patrick Fischler.

Both of these films will appeal to One Chicago fans, not only because they feature multiple performers who’ve been part of the franchise, but because their stories could both be episodes of Chicago PD. So if you enjoy the gritty crime drama that the show tells every week, you’ll almost certainly enjoy either of these movies.

If that’s still not enough, Chicago Fire director Joe Chappelle’s film An Acceptable Loss continues to expand to more theaters for the second weekend in a row. Fire actors Jeff Hephner, David Eigenberg, and Alex Weisman have significant roles in the movie; read our review by clicking the banner at the end of this article. That’s three movies with significant One Chicago connections that are new in theaters!

You can click any of the movie titles above to see where each of these films is playing near you, as well as purchase your tickets online. These will certainly keep One Chicago fans busy until the next new episodes on Wednesday.

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