Liam Neeson

'Arrow' Producers Explain Shocking Premiere Death, Plus New Ra's al Ghul Details

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 09, 2014 12:31 PM
The CW
And lo, 'Arrow' season 3 has finally premiered with last night's action-packed "The Calm," beginning a new day in Starling City that came with the cost of a fan-favorite character. Now, producers explain their motivations behind the shocking death for the season to come, while an intriguing new detail has emerged on recent rumors that Liam Neeson might return to the role of Ra's al Ghul.

'Taken 3' Trailer: Liam Neeson is Back Again to Kill Everyone. Again.

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by Jacob Hall September 30, 2014 11:29 AM
The 'Taken' films have been a blessing and a curse for star Liam Neeson. Sure, he's found great success in his newfound career as an aging action hero, but the days of Neeson being a completely respectable presence in prestige films seem to have come to an end. So the 'Taken 3' trailer fills us with mixed feelings. We'd love to see Neeson doing something else, but man, he sure is good at killing people.

Jimmy Fallon Unearths Liam Neeson's Very Weird First Movie Role

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by Kate Erbland September 18, 2014 09:15 AM
NBC
We've all got jobs we'd rather not remember -- that summer working the French fry bin at McDonald's, that bad internship at our mom's company -- and even mega Hollywood success doesn't prohibit a superstar like Liam Neeson from feeling that exact same pain. The actor has had bad, strange jobs, too, but nothing that could quite compare to his very first movie role.

Director Scott Frank Wants You to Know 'Walk Among the Tombstones' is Not 'Taken 4'

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by Mike Ryan September 15, 2014 11:50 AM
Universal
Scott Frank, the director of ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones,’ wants you to know that, even though his movie stars Liam Neeson, this is not, as he puts it, ‘Taken 4.’ (Technically, ‘Taken 3’ hasn’t been released yet, but it’s probably safe if we skip ahead. The point is still taken.) And he’s right – a mystery set in 1999 against the backdrop of Y2K (of all things), ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ has a slower, brooding, almost noir feel to it that is not at all anything like, say, ‘Non-Stop.’ Yes, I can see why Frank wants to get the word out.

'A Walk Among the Tombstones' Trailer: Liam Neeson is an Unorthodox Private Detective

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by Damon Houx May 29, 2014 05:01 PM
Universal
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Liam Neeson stars in 'A Walk Among the Tombstones,' which is finally coming to the big screen and now there's a trailer to prove it. After a decade in development (at one point Harrison Ford and Joe Carnahan were attached), screenwriter/director Scott Frank is bringing the Lawrence Block novel to the big screen, and fortunately he has the perfect star for the material.

'A Million Ways To Die In The West' Review: The Most Important Movie Ever Made

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by Mike Ryan May 28, 2014 07:51 AM
It’s interesting that Universal is promoting ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West,’ a film that is not funny, as a comedy. I suspect it has a lot to do with the human carnage we witness on screen being unbearable to watch, so the only way to desensitize an audience’s eyes to what they're about to witness is to somehow convince the viewer that what their about to see is a comedy – even though there is not one laugh to be had.

'A Million Ways to Die in the West' Red-Band Trailer: Seth MacFarlane's Raunchy Western Goes Full NSFW

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by Jacob Hall May 07, 2014 11:07 AM
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It's hard to not find something to admire about the new 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' trailer. After all, director/star Seth MacFarlane could have rode the massive success of 'Ted' down far more accessible and surefire avenues, but nope, here he is, making an uber-violent western comedy. Even if you don't find his sense of humor humor amusing, you've got to cut him some slack for stepping far outside of Hollywood's comfort zone.

'SNL' Brings in Liam Neeson to Solve the Crisis in the Ukraine

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by Jacob Hall March 09, 2014 09:47 AM
NBC
The world is a little more terrifying than usual these days. With Russian forces occupying Ukraine's Crimean peninsula, the internet has already started throwing around references to World War III. Thankfully, 'SNL' is here to take something that has us terrified and make us laugh instead. The show's solution? Bring in Liam Neeson.