An ex-CIA agent now working as a mall security guard keeps finding his things are being 'Taken' in the parody 'Tooken'. [...]
Did you happen to see Liam Neeson’s Super Bowl commercial for Clash of Clans? The numbers say you probably did. The one-minute spot featured the gravel-voiced Irish thespian self-parodying his popular character from the Taken franchise, swearing vengeance upon “BigBuffetBoy85” after watching his disastrously unsuccessful in-game defenses crumble. It’s a clever ad, [...]
They’re pretty much all here: The Ned Starks, the Taiwan Lannisters, the Khaleesis with the dragons, and “Big Dave Navarro” (Khal Drogo). Do you think we can get the Liam Neesons to make a cameo in Westeros, though? Read more in Slate...Show More Summary
Tywon Lannisters, Ned Starks and the Kalisis are replacing Liam Neesons in their hearts. read more
Liam Neeson said the study showing carriage horses have low stress should end the debate on the ban.
No one should mess with Bryan Mills’ family. They won’t live to regret it. Liam Neeson reprises his role as the protective father and ex-government operative Bryan Mills. Instead of a family member being taken, Mills is accused of the murder of his ex-wife. Show More Summary
"I am a prisoner. My crime? Poetry." After debuting at the Cannes Film Festival last year, the animated drama The Prophet is finally coming to the United States this year. Based on the book of prose and poems of the same name, the film...Show More Summary
Watch your back, Liam Neeson! Sean Penn’s trying to steal your Eurostar-hopping, bad-guy-capping, getting-too-old-for-this-shit thunder. To be fair,...
Liam Neeson is the man in black while attending the Run All Night premiere at the Cinema Kinepolis on Tuesday night (March 24) in Madrid, Spain. The 62-year-old actor wrote a grey suit earlier in the day while posing at a photo call at the Santo Mauro hotel. It was just announced that Liam will [...]
A second main trailer for Entourage has arrived and fittingly it's a Hollywood hand job of cameos. Following the initial teaser, this one features every single man on Earth, including Bob Saget, Liam Neeson, T.I., Tom Brady, Gary Busey, Andrew Dice Clay and Mark Wahlberg. Read more...
A grizzled father goes after his recently-turned-zombie daughter in Maggie. Arnold Schwarzenegger fits right into that Liam Neeson role. "I promised your mother that I would protect you," he grumbles. Believe it. ... More »
It is no surprise to learn that the company behind the popular free-to-play (F2P) mobile game Clash of Clans is doing ok—they were able to afford a several-million dollar ad starring Academy Award nominee Liam Neeson during this year’s Super Bowl after all. … Continue reading ?
Vivica A. Fox will play her original character in the sequel - Vulture Stories you never knew about The Wire - HuffPost Entertainment Showtime picks up Damian Lewis's new drama series - Hitfix Liam Neeson's latest flick didn't do soShow More Summary
Liam Neeson—a cold, gray thing whose tough exterior hides a source of extreme volatility—will meet his match in Narco Sub, the story of a cocaine-filled submarine. The Wrap reports that Neeson will earn some much-needed rest from being...Show More Summary
'Game of Thrones' director Brian Kirk has finalized a deal to direct 'Narco Sub', with Liam Neeson being courted to star. [...]
After joining the Navy in Peter Berg's action adaptation of the board game Battleship, it looks like Liam Neeson is getting back in uniform again (kind of). The Wrap reports the Taken and Run All Night star is being eye to lead Narco...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones director Brian Kirk will helm the long-in-development thriller The post Liam Neeson in Talks to Star in Action Thriller Narco Sub appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Another year, another new director for Narco Sub. As of now Brian Kirk (Game of Thrones) is set to helm the long-gestating action thriller, which started out as a Tony Scott project back in the day. And now that a director is in place, the film is also closing in on a star. Show More Summary
David, Devindra, and Jeff try to figure out why Liam Neeson films aren’t doing as well this month, discuss wonder where Bloodline is heading, debate the effectiveness of The Jinx’s re-enactments, and get excited about the next Mission Impossible. Show More Summary
Maybe in retrospect, the question shouldn't have been: “Why are we skeptical of any pure action movie that doesn't star Liam Neeson” but, "isn't it amazing we set that skepticism aside so often for Liam Neeson?"