Liam Neeson, Industry News

New in Theaters: 'Maleficent,' 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'

5:28 PM 5/30/2014 by Logan Falk
A Million Ways to Die in the West
This weekend offers no respite for the busy box office, as yet another long-awaited release makes its way into theaters—a long-awaited Disney release, to boot. It’s also accompanied by a big release from a prominent name in modern comedy, to top off an already crazy-looking weekend.
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Steven Seagal blasts Liam Neeson: "He's not an action movie guy"

rss.feedsportal.com – Under Siege star criticises the Taken actor for not being able to fight 3 years 24 weeks ago via brucelee
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Bradley Cooper, Liam Neeson Settle Lawsuit Over Use of 'A-Team' Images

feedproxy.google.com – In this instance, the actors weren't happy to see their faces on the big screen.The switch is being turned off on a lawsuit with a lot of star power. In March, 2013, Bradley Cooper and Liam Neeson together sued two home cinema companies -- Vutec Corporation and First Impression Theme Theaters -- alleging that their images were used in the course of an advertising and marketing campaign. 3 years 45 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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'Battleship' Recruits $50M In Promotional Partnerships: Universal’s Big Bet Paying Off

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Ever since Universal announced its $200M budget buster Battleship, this no-stars sci-fi action adaptation of the Hasbro naval strategy board game has been a big question mark around Hollywood. Now, with just two months before the movie opens overseas in April and then a month later in the U.S./Canada, I’ve learned that Universal has hedged its bet by securing promotional partnerships amounting to $50 million for TV, print, and online advertising as well as the value of in-store packaging. 5 years 40 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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'Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace' Issuing Darth Maul 3D Glasses

movieweb.com – Earlier this week, we reported that AMC Theaters is giving away limited edition pod racer 3D glasses for Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, which hits theaters in its new 3D presentation February 10. Today we have news that all theaters showing Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace in RealD will be handing out Darth Maul 3D glasses to moviegoers who purchase tickets on opening day. 5 years 42 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Man sues makers of Russell Crowe film over use of his image

guardian.co.uk – Bilal Ahmed of Oregon files lawsuit against film-makers for using his likeness in scene showing wanted terrorists. An Oregon man is suing the makers of the Russell Crowe thriller The Next Three Days claiming they used his image in a scene showing wanted terrorists.Bilal Ahmed says he has been forced to change his hairstyle and cut his facial hair following the release of the film, which was directed by the Oscar-winning film-maker and screenwriter Paul Haggis. 6 years 1 week ago via donnieyen
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