Liam Neeson proved once again he's an action all-star at the global box office, with Fox and EuropaCorp's debutante "Taken 2" collecting $104.7 million worldwide over the Oct. 3-7 sesh, including…
The domestic box office seems to have got its groove back as Fox's "Taken 2" and Warner Bros.' new entry "Argo" lead a crowded and competitive weekend.
Following up her Emmy for "Game Change," Julianne Moore has booked a seat on "Non Stop," a movie that reteams "Unknown's" Liam Neeson, helmer Jaume Collet-Serra, Joel Silver and Studiocanal.
Not that there was much doubt of Liam Neeson being a box office badass, but this weekend's estimated $50 million debut for Fox's "Taken 2" should more than seal the deal.
Auds seem taken with "Taken 2" as the thriller toplining Liam Neeson grossed $18.6 million Friday at the domestic B.O.
Shifting the action from Paris to Istanbul, "Taken 2" equals its predecessor in enjoyable silliness, if not brutal nastiness.