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This sequel seems to find Mills on American soil and on the run from every branch of our country’s law enforcement after… well, to avoid spoilers, I’ll just say that he has been accused of a crime that he did not commit.
The cops arrive, and he’s accused of murdering… someone in the bed. Is that Janssen’s character? But Mills has a murder to solve, so the rest of the trailer shows how the usual hunter now will play the hunted as the story of Taken draws to an eventual close.
The third instalment to Liam Neeson’s explosive action series Taken has been renamed, and it is quite possibly the most ridiculous movie title in years. Tak3n won’t revolve around Neeson’s Bryan Mills trying to snatch back members of his own family from European kidnappers, but will instead see Mills on the run from both the US government and a group of criminals after he is framed for the murder of someone close to him.
Ever since he took on the role of ass kicker extraordinaire, Liam Neeson has been labeled as a man that could mow down quite a few baddies in the confines of a feature film. At least, that's what we were lead to believe before the graphic above was released onto the internet this afternoon. For those of you who are hardcore Liam Neeson fans that are convinced of his godly powers of justice, you're going to want to sit down for this one.
Liam Neeson has revealed various plot details for Taken 3, while several new images for the upcoming action behemoth have also been unveiled. Rather than hunting down terrorists for the third instalment to the explosive franchise Neeson’s Mills will find himself being chased after he is framed for the murder of someone close to him.
Liam Neeson and Bono have apparently been working on a script together that revolves around the Irish showband phenomenon of the 1970s. However if your interest has been piqued by this bizarre cinematic match-up you probably shouldn’t get too excited, because the Irish actor went on to reveal that the duo have been writing the potential film for six years. Neeson also went on to confirm that he thinks he is too old to star in The Expendables franchise, even though his work in Taken proves that he would make a worthy addition to Sly’s posse.
Liam Neeson is a man, a myth, and a legend when it comes to acting and ass-kicking. If he's not careful though, he might fade into the annals of history with a career beyond repair.
Liam Neeson has signed on to play the titular creature in A Monster Calls, a fantasy drama being produced by Focus Features. The film found its inspiration in Patrick Ness's award-winning children's book.
A lot of things are going on in the new trailer for Paul Haggis’ latest film, Third Person. Liam Neeson is having an affair with Olivia Wilde, Adrian Brody is looking for someone’s daughter, and James Franco is fighting Mila Kunis over who was less believable in their last film together. Being a Paul Haggis movie, all of these threads have to somehow tie together. How or why they fit together just might make for an intriguing plotline. It depends on which Paul Haggis showed up to make this film.
Who stops Liam Neeson? No one stops Liam Neeson. Liam Neeson is Non Stop. He won’t stop, he can’t stop. He’s in Non Stop and he’s Non Stop because you can’t stop him, he’s unstoppable.
At a pair of conferences held in New York City a few weeks back, Collet-Serra and Silver, Neeson and his Non-Stop co-star Julianne Moore revealed to the assembled crowd some of the secrets of this mystery movie, as well as what makes Neeson such a standout action star.
The movie is an adaptation of Shusaku Endo's novel of the same name and follows a pair of Jersuit Priests as they travel to Japan in the 17th century to try and spread the word of Christianity and find their mentor. What they end up being faced with, however, is terrifying violence and persecution
The second movie only cost $20 million more than the first and grossed $150 million more, so I’m sure handing out raises is the plan for everyone involved. Next on the agenda would be re-signing Janssen and Maggie Grace, whose character’s surprising emergence was the only real improvement the sequel could boast.
Nearly all of Non-Stop, Neeson’s second film with director Jaume Collet-Serra, will take place in a plane flying from New York to London. Neeson will play a U.S. Air Marshal who receives a bunch of text messages demanding $150 million, or else passengers on the plane will be killed.
Thanks to Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, the true story of Bonnie and Clyde has become a piece of pop culture legend, the duo's crime spree across America known to just about everyone. But while director Arthur Penn's 1967 romanticized the tale of the tale of the two outlaws, we've never seen the other side of the story...
For All Nighter, Kinnaman will play a chauffeur who witnesses a murder and soon becomes the target of a crime boss. As his father, Neeson will play an aging hitman whose former boss is the one going after his son, and Neeson must fight to protect the son and his family. You’d have thought after the Taken films that people would get it into their heads that you can’t mess with Liam Neeson’s fictional families
After a controversial Academy Awards hosting gig followed by the slew of recent MTV Movie Award nominations, Seth MacFarlane is situated right between his loyal fanbase and those who consider him an overrated misogynist, just where he’s been sitting comfortably for the past decade. His burgeoning film career will only advance those feelings, but his next film’s newest addition might draw a few naysayers over the fence.
Based on the short film Surly Squirrel, The Nut Job follows a cantankerous squirrel whose been banned from the city park because of his bad attitude. To survive the winter, he and his fellow outcasts will need to pull off a risky heist, robbing Maury's Nut Store.
After melting hearts on Downton Abbey and hitting Broadway opposite Jessica Chastain in The Heiress, Dan Stevens is having a serious career moment… and now he's going to make it even bigger, with the help of Liam Neeson
Run All Night would cast Neeson as a Mob hitman who must spend an evening fighting back against his high-powered former employer in an effort to protect his estranged son. Warner Bros. picked up the spec script almost a year ago, and thinks Neeson would be an ideal head-crunching lead for yet another action movie.
Neeson plays Bill Marks, a long-time Air Marshall who has lost site of the importance of his work, viewing it as the world's highest altitude desk job. But his viewpoint changes completely on an international flight from New York to London, where terrorists demand $150 million from the government, threatening one of the plane's 200 passengers will die every 20 minutes their demands are not met.
Taken 2 won’t get its official Blu-ray release until January 15, but those who were hoping to get the sequel for Christmas might actually still be in luck. Fox Home Entertainment announced today that it’s releasing the Liam Neeson flick on a variety of HD Digital platforms effective immediately.
Liam Neeson shows no signs of slowing down. In the last three years alone he's had parts - some big, some small - in 10 different movies, he's currently in production on three films to be released in 2013 and 2014, and now he's in talks to add yet another title to his upcoming slate. And we are in no way complaining about that.
When it was revealed in August that Morgan Freeman would be joining the cast of the new Lego movie there were many that giggled because it will be a reunion between the veteran actor and Batman, who will also be in the animated film voiced by Will Arnett. But now it's getting even funnier as yet another one of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy actors has signed on for a part in the family comedy.
With Taken 2 currently dominating theaters after making an incredible $50 million this weekend, now's a great time for Liam Neeson to start setting up his next project-- and, as you might expect by now, he'll be putting his action skills to the test again. He's already set to lead Non-Stop, a thriller in which he'll play an air marshal