Liam Neeson has 118 acting credits on IMDb. He recently announced he was retiring from action films, citing his age He's 65). No need to mourn just yet, because he has already filmed several movies that haven't been released, and he didn't say he was retiring from acting completely. Show More Summary
Actors and directors of the top TIFF premiering films have been stopping by the Deadline Studio in Toronto all week; including Jim Carrey from Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond; Alicia Vikander from Euphoria; Liam Neeson, Peter Landesman,...Show More Summary
Here’s the trailer for The Commuter, the fourth action thriller that Liam Neeson has made with director Jaume Collet-Serra, the filmmaker who was recently set to next pair with Dwayne Johnson in The Jungle Cruise. Neeson and the director...Show More Summary
An office worker’s usual commute turns exciting and then sinister when a stranger offers him a large amount of money to spot a hidden passenger on the train. Crooks just won’t stop messing with Liam Neeson, and even he’s getting tired of it.
Liam Neeson plays a mild-mannered insurance salesman who gets caught up in a deadly game on a train in the new trailer for The Commuter.
Liam Neeson is calling cut on his action movie career.
By Max Covill Liam Neeson giving up on hunting down enemies, looking for more serious roles. The article Is Liam Neeson Is Giving Up the Gun? appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Liam Neeson is “taken” with the action genre no more. The unlikely action star is retiring his particular set of skills and turning his back on the action genre a few months past his 65th birthday. I say unlikely because Neeson was a...Show More Summary
After Liam Neeson's next couple of movies get released, the acting icon vows never to make another action movie.
Starting with his role in 2008's "Taken," actor Liam Neeson became a standard leading man in a number of action films with a similar dynamic: one man, his character, against the world. But now that he's halfway through his sixties,Show More Summary
The action thriller opens on January 12, 2018 The post The Commuter Trailer: Liam Neeson is Back in Action appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Late last evening, news of a truly tragic nature started to make its way across the internets: Jedi master and lion-deity Liam Neesons was hanging up his certain set of skills, once and for all. He's reached the official age needed to get an AARP card, 65, and is just too fucking old to make action movies any more, you guys. Show More Summary
Commentary: The "Taken" star claims he's too old to be a hero, but move aside, muscleheads. Oleanna Tyrell and General Leia show "action" has many meanings.
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It seems like a lifetime ago that Liam Neeson signed on to play special forces veteran and very special father, Bryan Mills, in the movie Taken. That role turned the actor, whose career already spanned decades to that point, into an action hero du jour at age 56, and he’s ... More »
After a brief sojourn with Blake Lively, a giant shark, and a humorously-named seagull in last year’s The Shallows, Spanish filmmaker Jaume Collet-Serra has returned to his one true muse, Liam Neeson, for his newest film. The new trailer...Show More Summary
Citing the fact that he’s kind of an old man and the whole thing is getting pretty silly, Liam Neeson has declared that he’s getting tired of constantly making interchangeable action movies that are all about an older dude getting revenge on some criminals/animals who hurt his family and/or want to eat him. That’s… Read more...
Or ever again, for that matter.
Taken's of course the big standout that kicked off the trend for the actor, who works nearly continuously, but as the veteran actor has aged, it has made us wonder how long he may continue doing such action-heavy projects.
Audiences won't be able to see Liam Neeson's very particular set of skills on the big screen for much longer: The actor says he's retiring from action movies. While speaking with reporters at the Toronto International Film Festival this...Show More Summary