Liam Neeson Eyes Another ‘Taken’ Movie for Fox

Liam Neeson Eyes Another 'Taken' Movie

Would reprise his role as retired CIA agent Bryan Mills

Liam Neeson is in final negotiations to star in “Taken 3” for Fox and EuropaCorp.

Written by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, the third “Taken” feature could earn Neeson as much as $20 million, according to Deadline Hollywood, who broke the news.

Story details have not been released but Neeson will reprise his his role as retired CIA agent Bryan Mills.

The previous two installments grossed nearly $600 million worldwide with neither one costing more than $50 million to make.

The CAA repped Neeson can be seen next in “Non Stop.”

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  1. J says:

    So THAT’S how Oskar Schindler made all his money!

  2. Frank W says:

    After watching the second one, I had already figured out the third installment, the WHOLE TOWN comes after him for revenge. Oh well, scratch one little town of gangsters. (I’ll still see it, though. I like Luc Besson’s quirky actioners)

  3. Wendy says:

    I can’t imagine a plausible script that would make him go for a 3rd Taken movie. I can’t imagine myself actually seeing a 3rd one either.

  4. As someone who has written about her spouses man crush on Liam, I say pay him the $20 million. The excitement over Taken 2 gave me the best writing material ever.

    As someone who liked Taken but couldn’t wait for Taken 2 to end, I say no more. Please.

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