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Liam Neeson has played his fair share of historical heroes, but for his next role he may portray one of America's greatest military strategists, General Douglas MacArthur.
Sometimes threatening your children with groundings or taking away their allowances don’t cut it. Sometimes you have to instill the fear of god within them by channeling the fearsome and vengeful Liam Neeson.
Liam Neeson will continue to violently dish justice to the rambunctiously wicked in a role he's locking down in which he plays…get ready for this… a C.I.A. agent! However, rather than his repertory rescuing of kidnapees, it seems that Neeson’s character has been tasked with stopping a terrorist attack.
Run All Night was a fun, fast paced thrill ride... until the moment it came to a skidding halt, all thanks to one ill timed cameo. If you've seen the film, you can share our pain after the jump.
In honor of the release of Run All Night, we’d like to share with you some of the best examples of bottle storytellinIt's amazing what can happen in a day. Just ask any of the protagonists in any of the films on this list!
With the release of Taken in 2009, Liam Neeson wound up completely reinventing his career, fully embracing the role of the aging action hero.But this extended run apparently now has a time limit on it, and Neeson has now declared that he will probably only keep it going for two more years.
Martin Scorsese's long and winding road towards Silence is coming to an end, and we have the details on when the shooting will start.
Gun control has always been a hotly debated topic for Americans that has bled into the movie scene many times. If it’s not Michael Moore slamming American Sniper for heroizing snipers or Seth Rogen’s implications on social media, it’s gun associations firing back. Today, PARA USA is the one making headlines for bashing Liam Neeson.
With Taken 3 kicking all sorts of box office ass at the moment, it seems as though the public hasn't had enough of Liam Neeson's particular set of skills. If you're one of those moviegoers who contributed to the Taken 3 bonanza this past weekend, then you're probably going to like this trailer for Run All Night.
When Liam Neeson was asked if he’d ever entertain the notion of coming back for more adventures in this franchise, he certainly didn’t shoot the idea out of the sky.
What would you do if you got a call from Bryan Mills himself? The main character of the Taken franchise is pretty badass, so any of us would probably crap a brick in excitement. But now imagine that Mills is threatening to break your arm — slowly.
If you've been holding out for Liam Neeson's return to the Star Wars series, you're not alone. Read how Liam Neeson is keen on taking up the robes once more, and find out how it could happen.
January is a rough month for movies. It’s a time that’s also considered a dumping ground for plenty of films that we’ll all forget about by the time the summer blockbusters roll around. But nobody ever thinks of January as the time we’ve all been waiting for. However, there are a few movies that have broken this nasty cycle.
Director Ava DuVernay's Selma has been hailed by many film critics as one of the best movies of the year, but what you may not know is that the movie actually spent a number of years stuck in Hollywood's famed development hell.
Liam Neeson has a unique set of skills: he’s able to have a successful career as an action star in his 60s, he can grapple with wolves, and he can still throw Key and Peele into a tizzy. But the one thing he can’t do is get people to go to Europe.
2014 was a middling year for movies. However, for the 10 stars we're highlighting in this list, it was absolutely dismal. Find out who's hoping for a happy new year after the jump.
When we first get to know who Liam Neeson's Bryan Mills really is in Pierre Morel's Taken, it's basically because he's delivering his resume over the phone to a bunch of kidnappers. Well, with Taken 3 on the horizon, 20th Century Fox has taken it to the next level by actually giving Bryan Mills his own LinkedIn profile.
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.