Whether it’s Liam Neeson’s not-so-veiled threats in Taken or Cuba Gooding Jr.’s “show me the money!” scene in Jerry Maguire, some of cinema’s most memorable conversations have occurred over the phone. Now, you can watch them all at once:...Show More Summary
Fans became alarmed recently when actor Liam Neeson was spotted looking frail and thin. But now, a friend reveals that the actor is still alive and thriving. Click through… READ ON
Benedict Cumberbatch, Liam Neeson and both Spider-Men (Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield) also get in on the joke The post The Rock, George Clooney, Emily Blunt and More Read Mean Tweets appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
A commercial being billed as the first global cinema ad will star animated animals as U.N. delegates and Liam Neeson as the voice of God. The minute-long spot, created to generate buzz for new goals the United Nations has devised to make the world more livable, premieres today in New York. Show More Summary
The latest slew of Mean Tweets made Liam Neeson sad and The Rock angry. You don't wanna mess with The Rock. More » A Twitter Troll Thinks Liam Neeson’s Face Looks Like a Butt is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
Jimmy Kimmel Live!‘s famous segment Mean Tweets was back on Tuesday (September 22) with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Liam Neeson, and Bette Midler. The Rock totally shut down his mean tweet with a pretty vulgar response! “I’m really sick of seeing the rock … blah blah blah dwayne johnson..blah blah blah candy ass movie star [...]
Bette Midler and Liam Neeson do it too
Jimmy Kimmel continued his "Mean Tweets Week" Tuesday with appearances by The Rock, Bette Midler and Liam Neeson And as all three learned, the Internet's creativity truly knows no bounds The Rock found out that someone is sick and tired...Show More Summary
Some of these are just too funny! Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live! we got a second round of Mean Tweets LIVE! Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Liam Neeson, AND Bette Midler all came out and read some mean tweets they've gotten in the past. Related: Watch Bill Nye The Science Guy Read Mean Tweets About Climate Change, Evolution, [...]
Can you smell what The Rock is tweeting? Dwayne Johnson joined Bette Midler and Liam Neeson on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to read "Mean Tweets" on the spot in front of the audience, and Johnson pretty much gave his mean commenter a piledriver into Twitter oblivion. Show More Summary
Liam Neeson has signed on to star as a businessman who gets caught up in a conspiracy in the new action-thriller 'The Commuter'.
Two high-profile actors are looking to board a promising new thriller. We just mentioned The Girl on the Train earlier today when talking about the Liam Neeson movie The Commuter — Girl is based on the novel of the same name by Paula...Show More Summary
Liam Neeson may not end up in the TV version of one of his most famous movie roles, but the actor is carrying on in the thriller mode that has defined the last few years of his career. Now, Liam Neeson… is… The Commuter! That relatively...Show More Summary
Despite promising earlier this year that he would eventually stop, Liam Neeson has just signed on to star in another one of those movies that he makes these days. You know the ones: He drives a car, he shoots some bad guys, he talks with an accent, and then he helps his daughter become a famous singer. Show More Summary
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EXCLUSIVE: Liam Neeson has scheduled his next vehicle. He’ll star in The Commuter, a suspense-thriller written by Byron Willinger and Phil de Blasi. Studiocanal is financing, and The Picture Company’s Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman will produce with Studiocanal. Show More Summary
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The NBC network has ordered the Taken prequel, based on the action films starring Liam Neeson, straight to series. According to TV Line, the network has forgone the normal route of pilot orders, set to bring the story of a young Bryan Mills to the small screen. Show More Summary
"Taken" is about to conquer the television world as NBC has ordered a prequel series based on Liam Neeson's famous action-suspense movie.
Will Liam Neeson reprise his role on the TV show? - Vulture Listen to a new song from the late Selena - HuffPost Entertainment Jonah Hill could portray a Def Jam cofounder in a new movie - MTV Why our favorite characters aren't really...Show More Summary