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‘Run All Night’: Neeson & Harris Bring Classic Theatrics to Modern Action Run All Night reunites Liam Neeson with his Unknown and Non-Stop director Jaume Collet-Serra for another high-concept action film – this time set in the urban jungle of NYC, during one incredibly long chase, over one incredibly violent night. Neeson plays ex-hit man Jimmy Conlon, who spends his days under the wing of his (literal) partner in crime, Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris), getting drunk and trying to forget sins of the past.

Liam Neeson Reads Five Little Monkeys Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, actor Liam Neeson (Taken) sat down to read a bedtime story to any of Jimmy’s viewers who where young children still awake. Neeson of course has a particular set of skills that comes out as he’s reading the classic nursery rhyme, Five Little Monkeys. Click here to view the embedded video. Liam Neeson Reads Five Little Monkeys

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Film Review: Run All Night

Latino Review - Fri, 2015-03-13 09:42

Film Review: Run All Night The gritty Liam Neeson-as-action-star renaissance continues. For his third film in a row, director Jaume Collet-Serra teams with Neeson in an action movie that, for all intents and purposes, positions the septuagenarian as a no-nonsense, down-on-his-luck guy hoping for redemption. Following the breakout success of Taken everybody seemed to want to jump on the Neeson train—with Serra desperately trying to be the one trying to drive it—but at this point nothing seems build on that initial Taken-led spark.

Matt Damon And Andy Lau Will Save The World In Zhang Yimou's THE GREAT WALL Chinese blockbuster director Zhang Yimou is no stranger to casting Hollywood A-listers in his projects since wooing Christian Bale for his 2011 epic The Flowers of War. While that film made huge bank in China, it failed to make the desired impact overseas.

The layperson may think that all the films in the “Liam Neeson Kills a Bunch of People” genre are the same, but no; for example, if the movie in question has both the word “taken” and a number in the title, steer clear. More seasoned watchers of the “Liam Neeson Kills a Bunch of People” movies know that some of the best ones are directed by Catalan filmmaker Jaume Collet-Serra, previously responsible for such trashy delights as “Liam Neeson Kills a Bunch of People on an Airplane” (aka “Non-Stop”) and “Liam Neeson Kills a Bunch o

This is what the newly reformed Valiant Entertainment has been building towards for the last few years Turning the superhero line they publish into movies. There have been lots of rumours along the way, lots of projects announced, teased and rumoured. But now they have shown us the money. Valiant PR gave the word to the New York Times. Hundreds of millions to make Valiant-based TV shows, and movies for the cinema. And they have also received tens of millions of investment into the New York publisher itself, from the Beijing-based entertainment company DMG who co-funded Iron Man 3.

Jack Huston in Early Talks to Replace Luke Evans in 'The Crow' Reboot For the fanbase out there who's still interested to see Relativity Studios reboot the cult comic book property The Crow, the film is finally making progress again. While Luke Evans was linked to the project back in 2013, more recently the actor revealed that he wasn't part of the production anymore. This came along with news that F. Javier Gutierrez was no longer directing and had been replaced by Colin Hardy. And with a new director on board, it sounds like a new star has been found as well.

Bruce Sinofsky, Oscar-Nominated Co-Director of 'Paradise Lost' Trilogy, Passes Away at 58 Bruce Sinofsky, the Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated co-director of the Paradise Lost documentary trilogy, has passed away at the age of 58. His collaborator and Paradise Lost co-director Joe Berlinger confirmed Sinofsky’s passing this morning, due to complications from diabetes. Continue reading…

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