Liam Neeson Decided to do Taken because his Hollywood Career was not going any where. Taken went on to become a rare Triple C ( Critics, commercial and Cult ) Hit , the film Spun a new franchise worth over 8oo million in total and made Neeson the new Action Star in Hollywood.
There was no Stopping Neeson who went on to make films like the A team, Non Stop and Grey to name a few. However Neeson on Many occasions has said that he is tired of Action and is looking to exit the Genre will that might happen sometime in the future it isn’t happening anytime soon.
Liam Neeson has Just signed on to Star in Action thriller “honest Thief” Neeson plays a bank robber who tries to turn himself in because he’s falling in love with a woman — played by Walsh — who works at a storage facility where he’s stashed his loot. Complications ensue when his case is turned over to a corrupt FBI agent. Neeson must fight for his freedom the safety of his lover and to get a clean chit.
Kate Walsh will star opposite Neeson . Walsh has starred in films like Bewitched to name a few along with films like Scary movie 3.
The film is set to be directed by Mark Williams the co-creator of the Netflix series “Ozark.” The film is written by Steve Alrich .
The film is produced by Craig Chapman and Myles Nestel of Solution Entertainment Group, which is fully financing. SEG will sell the film at the American Film Market, which opens Oct. 31 in Santa Monica.
Neeson’s Last release The commuter did over 150 million world wide and was a real winner at the box office. From the feel of it the film will be a real edge entertainer and with gritty and well cut Action Sequences. The film is set to roll next month.
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