From EW, here's a first look at Liam Neeson considering, "Well, I guess this is my career now; I got an Academy Award nod for Schindler's List and now I'm just going to do this between turns putting on armor and releasing krakens," in Non-Stop. The film from Jaume Collet-Serra--whose Unknown already further cemented Neeson's second act as "angry man in suit with pistol"--sees the scowling actor as an air marshal trying to sort out who aboard the plane is placing anonymous threats, when they know you're not allowed to use your phones until landing. Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery plays a stewardess, and Julianne Moore plays the passenger seated beside Neeson. He'll probably have to strangle one of them.
In celebration of the upcoming holiday and the unending murder spree of Liam Neeson, Fox has apparently been sending around a Taken 2-themed Father's Day card. ComingSoon got their hands on one, and it is pretty good. Here's the inside:... / Continue →
On October 5th, Liam Neeson returns to his definitive role of Whoever Liam Neeson Was Playing in Taken (Assuming Someone Bothered Naming Him) for Taken 2. As we learned last month, director Olivier Megaton is ever-so-slightly altering the "Neeson fucking dudes up" formula this ... / Continue →
Last time Liam Neeson was sneering on a plane, he waited until it he hit the ground before going into killing mode, but he won't make that mistake twice. Next time, the wrath of Neeson shall be exacted in the sky, aboard an international flight, where the in-flight meal is most... / Continue →