Apparently Joe Carnahan and Liam Neeson really liked working together on this past summer's The A-Team because the pair is set to reunite for Carnahan's next film. Titled The Grey, the director has just gotten a greenlight on the project that will feature a group of rough oil-workers who are stranded in the Alaskan tundra and forced to face down a pack of hungry wolves after a plane crashes. According to Deadline, joining Neeson in the cast are Dallas Roberts, James Badge Dale, Dermot Mulroney, Frank Grillo, Nonso Anozie, and Joe Anderson. The film is being described as a "down and dirty indie" with Carnahan referencing Deliverance and Touching The Void when talking about the project.

It's kind of weird to watch how Neeson's career has evolved in recent years. The man was the star of Schindler's List, but now seems much happier taking action roles in movies like Taken, Unknown, Battleship and the aforementioned A-Team. Considering the guy is 58 years old and a total badass, I say more power to him.

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