The return of the repressed in the new thriller, A Walk Among the Tombstones, which stars Liam Neeson read more
Former CNN apparatchik Piers Morgan isn’t the only visitor from the British Isles to noisily oppose our constitutional right to bear arms. There is also Irish actor Liam Neeson, who
Set in 1999, writer/director Scott Frank's A Walk Among the Tombstones attempts to capture some of the collective uncertainty and raw fear present just before the completion of the last millennium. Adapting Lawrence Block?s 1992 crime...Show More Summary
Liam Neeson is ready to bring Qui-Gon back to Star Wars. Gotham 's executive producer explains how Christopher Nolan paved the way for the new show. Plus Ryan Murphy explains why Jessica Lange lobbied for American Horror Story's new setting. Spoilers now! Read more...
Seemingly out of nowhere, Liam Neeson has become an insanely huge action star. Echoing the greats from the 80s – Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, among others – Neeson has been viciously killing thugs worldwide. From his fight for survival against wolves in The Grey to beating the crap out of the international mafia […]
Actor Liam Neeson is no fan of the Second Amendment despite the content of many of his films. In the past decade or so, Neeson has arguably rebooted his career by starring in movies, such as the Taken franchise, that prominently feature lots of gunplay and hand-to-hand combat. Show More Summary
Liam Neeson, legendary Irish actor and star of such films as Taken and Non-Stop, does not identify with the hardcore, gun-toting action heroes he so often portrays. "I am totally for gun control in the U.S.," Neeson said in an interview with The Independent. Show More Summary
When you hear about modern-day slavery, you probably imagine a gang of Eastern European thugs kidnapping women and getting chased down by Liam Neeson. But, incredibly, human trafficking is a multi-billion-dollar industry in the United States today. Show More Summary
If Anakin Skywalker hadn't gone to the Dark Side; an angry Liam Neeson supercut; Jeff Goldblum sings his own 'Jurassic Park' lyrics; and more.
Gun-toting action hero Liam Neeson--star of Taken and Non-Stop--says Britain did things right by banning handguns, and he "is totally for gun control in the US." Speaking to The Independent, Neeson said, "The population of America is...Show More Summary
Many topics are addressed by Liam Neeson in this wonderful newspaper interview, conducted recently in Hollywood with UK newspaper The Independent‘s Gill Pringle. There’s the 62-year-old actor’s view of the likely embarrassment our Founding Fathers would feel if they could see how the Second Amendment is being touted today. Show More Summary
20th Century Fox announced in a press release that a third and the final installment for the hit-action thriller film "Taken" is already in the works and is expected to hit the theaters on January 9, 2015. Reports indicated that principal photography for the film already began last March 29 in locations around Los Angeles.
Since revitalizing and reshaping the career of Liam Neeson with Taken, director Pierre Morel hasn't really done much to write home about. There was From Paris with Love, which had its moments, but it was hardly a success. There's a chance...Show More Summary
The above Star Wars Episode 7 fan poster was created by hobo95 (see more of his art on deviantart). Here is a look at what we’ll be talking about in today’s edition of Star Wars bits: John Boyega tweets a photo tease promising shooting...Show More Summary
Liam Neeson says he hasn't been asked to return as Qui-Gon Jinn in 'Star Wars: Episode VII', but he would certainly reprise his Jedi role. [...]
The actor is asked whether he's been approached to appear in J.J. Abrams' upcoming sequel. Read the full article on AICN [via] One of the less-frequent, although still present, rumors running throughout the production of STAR WARSShow More Summary
As excited as Liam Neeson was about the idea, it appears that he will not be reprising his role as Ra's al Ghul on the upcoming third season of Arrow, but now we do know the name of the actor who will actually be taking on the part.Click To Continue Reading
Sorry Liam Neeson, but despite professing that you would pick up the mantle of villain Ra's al Ghul on "Arrow," The CW hit has already cast its new Big Bad. According to star Stephen Amell, actor Matt Nable will play the DC universe character.Please welcome Matt Nable to Arrow. Show More Summary
Despite Liam Neeson saying last week he would reprise the role of Ra's al Ghul "in a heartbeat," The CW has announced (via star Stephen Amell) that the leader of the League of Assassins will be played by actor Matthew Nable. It was revealed...Show More Summary
Ok this is just hysterical. Read on to find out more about The Flash casting plus Arrow love connections and Liam Neeson's opinion on the idea of playing Ra's al Ghul again.