The veteran actor says he scarcely acts opposite women his own age but was thankful to have Elizabeth McGovern as his onscreen wife.
Liam Neeson: ‘there’s famous people, being accused of touching some girl’s knee and suddenly they’re being dropped’. Liam Neeson has described the wave of sexual misconduct allegations that have swept the entertainment industry as “a bit of a witch-hunt” and appeared to dismiss breast groping as “childhood stuff” in an interview on Irish television. Speaking on The Late Late Show on RTE, the Hollywood A-lister said “there’s some people, famous people, being suddenly accused of touching some girl’s knee, or something, and suddenly they’re being dropped from their program, or something”.
Preview of politics drama, with Liam Neeson as FBI man irked by political interference from White House, who fed info vs. Nixon to Washington Post reporters
Martin Scorsese will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday (20 November) morning to discuss his latest film, a religious epic starring Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver and Liam Neeson. It’s not clear if Francis will be in attendance at the second, more private screening taking place on Thursday.
Concerns have been raised about Liam Neeson after the actor was photographed looking gaunt on the streets of New York on Saturday. Gossip site Radar added fuel to the speculation by claiming the usually beefy actor has “cleared his schedule” but his spokesperson says “he has just completed work on one film and starts another in September.” - Worst Movie Photoshop Fails - Star Wars Casting News - Dad’s Hilarious Taken Note Whether the dramatic weight loss is for an upcoming film role, or the ‘Schindler’s List’ star has simply taken up a new fitness regime is not yet clear, but his IMDB page states that he currently has two films in post-production - Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ and JA Bayona’s ‘A Monster Calls’. Above: Neeson as we’re used to seeing him, pictured in March His forthcoming action thriller ‘A Willing Patriot’, due to shoot in South Africa later this year, doesn’t sound like the sort of role that requires a drastic physical transformation, so what could be behind this change in appearance?
Liam Neeson’s ‘Taken’ character Bryan Mills has become the unlikely saviour of an exasperated father who got fed up with his messy kids. The unidentified dad used Mills’ iconic speech from ‘Taken’ to threaten his kids who refused to “put their dishes in the dishwasher” with having their wifi privileges revoked, leaving this brilliantly passive aggressive note above the sink. Shared by Reddit user labuzan the note has since been viewed thousands of time online, doubtless inspiring other antagonised dads to do the same thing. The note reads: I don’t know who you are.