Every year, a few Big Game ads stand out from the pack and keep us smiling long after the last play … like your daughter’s first date, that time Liam Neeson wanted revenge, or the year we met whatever this is.Today, we’re kicking off...Show More Summary
The following story will dive into mild spoilers for Martin Scorsese's latest, Silence, so please stop reading now if you have not yet seen the film.
The plot of Martin Scorsese’s Silence—his epic based on Sh?saku End?’s novel of the same name—hinges around a search for Father Ferreira, played by Liam Neeson. With the film set to be released nationwide this weekend, The A.V. Club has an exclusive featurette, which delves into this role and Neeson’s work. Show More Summary
The legendary actor discusses his latest role. Read more...
The fantasy drama "A Monster Calls" tells the story of a 12-year-old boy (Lewis MacDougall) who forms an unlikely bond with an ancient Monster (Liam Neeson) who helps him cope with his... For more, visit our blog !
by Erik Henriksen When Sigourney Weaver wants you to cry, goddammit, you cry. Weaver isn’t even one of the leads of A Monster Calls—those roles go to young Conor (Lewis MacDougall) and a giant CGI tree monster voiced by Liam Neeson—but whenever she shows up, she makes the movie better. Show More Summary
In Martin Scorsese's long-in-the-works passion film, "Silence," Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver play 17th-century Jesuit priests who journey to Japan to find out what happened to their mentor, played by Liam Neeson, who is rumored to have renounced his faith after Christianity is outlawed. Show More Summary
Starring Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver and Liam Neeson, Martin Scorsese's historical drama is a mystifying and oddly unmoving exploration of spirituality and humanity. The post Review: Silence Tests Audience Faith and Patience appeared first on CBR.com.
Felicity Jones is a dying mom and Liam Neeson's a tree in coming-of-age tearjerker.
This weekend brings the release of A Monster Calls, the adaptation of Patrick Ness‘ book of the same name, winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Greenaway Medal back in 2012. The film hails from The Impossible director J.A. Bayona, who...Show More Summary
Describing a film “epic” doesn’t tell you very much these days, when the word’s been overused to the point of losing all meaning. But when Martin Scorsese—perhaps the greatest living filmmaker in Hollywood—releases a new movie, epicShow More Summary
Is there any problem that can’t be fixed by the sound of Liam Neeson’s voice? The actor lends his dulcet tones to a somewhat menacing talking tree in the upcoming movie A Monster Calls, based on the book of the same name by Patrick Ness. Show More Summary
There was a time when Liam Neeson was regarded as the kind of sweet man who'd watch Titanic with an orphan, and coach the kid about love, actually. But that was before Taken(s). Now we all know the Northern Irish...
I knew from the first time I saw the trailer for A Monster Calls that I would love it. Why? Because Liam Neeson, with his calming, deep voice, is the man behind The Monster. That is to say, he voices the giant, tree-like creature that scoops up Conor (Lewis MacDougall) and tells him stories. Show More Summary
Liam Neeson has the kind of voice you could listen to all day. The 64-year-old actor reads the first chapter of Patrick Ness‘ book A Monster Calls in this new video. In case you didn’t know, he stars in the upcoming film adaptation, which follows a 12-year-old named Conor (Lewis MacDougall) who is dealing with [...]
A Monster Calls opens in limited theaters on December 23 before expanding January 6 The post CS Video: Liam Neeson and the A Monster Calls Cast appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
With the holidays right around the corner, odds are you are feeling a bit stressed out. Maybe you’re busy at work, or worried about shopping, travel, world events, and a million other things. Well, let the sweet, soothing sounds of Liam Neeson make it all better. Read more...
Liam Neeson Santa Claus is probably the most terrifying yet entertaining thing online today. The actor, usually known for roles as a calculating and efficient killing machine played the Santa Claus part in the most interesting way possible. Show More Summary
Hollywood said Liam Neeson was too much of a tough guy to play Santa Claus, because he lacks the jolliness, beard and belly needed to properly play the role. But Stephen Colbert felt Liam's knack for making lists made him the perfect guy to play Saint Nick, so he asked him to do a bit for The Late Show and channel his inner mall Santa. (YouTube Link) -Via Uproxx
Liam Neeson delivers a terrifying rendition of Santa Claus in a hilarious sketch from The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.