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January 17, 2013

Liam Neeson Is Ready to Run All Night

Neeson will return to the action thriller fold as a hitman on the run from the mob.More…

August 25, 2011

The Taken Sequel Will Film in October

Luc Besson says the entire cast will be back.More…

October 20, 2010

Pierre Morel Consulting Ouija?

According to the Los Angeles Times' sources, "Taken" director Pierre Morel is the leading candidate to direct the "Ouija" movie -- and it could have more in common with "National Treasure" than your average horror flick.More…

May 11, 2009

RT on DVD: Taken Exclusive; Underworld 3, Trek Blu-ray Set!

This week on DVD, Liam Neeson (you know, the veteran Irish actor who your grandmother thinks looks nice) opens a can of whoop ass on unsuspecting kidnappers, much to our delight (Taken), while Michael Sheen (you know, the esteemed Welsh star of such Oscar contenders as The Queen and Frost/Nixon) plays a medieval werewolf in love in a fantasy-action prequel (Underworld: Rise of the Lycans). Elsewhere, Richard Kelly is chuckling to himself as an unofficial sequel to his cult hit Donnie Darko hits shelves (S. Darko: A Donnie Darko Tale), A-listers visit the depths of Direct-To-DVD Land, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles squeeze a few bucks from our pocketbooks, and Trekkies get a cornucopia of new nerdy delights. More…

March 12, 2009

Kamen, Besson Ready to Get Taken Again

After years spent in Hollywood's creative wilderness, "Taken" screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen is right where he wants to be: partnered with Luc Besson, responsible for a string of action hits, and prepping for a "Taken" sequel.More…

March 8, 2009

Box Office Guru Wrapup: Watchmen Scores $55.7 Million Opening

The adult-themed superhero film Watchmen seized control of the North American box office posting the biggest debut of the year with an estimated $55.7M in ticket sales over the Friday-to-Sunday period. Directed by Zack Snyder (300, Dawn of the Dead), the R-rated film based on the acclaimed 1986 comic series averaged a muscular $15,413 from 3,611 theaters. It was the third best March opening ever trailing 300 ($70.9M) and Ice Age: The Meltdown ($68M) and the sixth largest bow for an R-rated film after The Matrix Reloaded ($91.8M), The Passion of the Christ ($83.8M), 300, Hannibal ($58M), and Sex and the City ($57M).More…

February 1, 2009

Box Office Guru Wrapup: Taken Seizes #1 Spot with Vengeful Launch

From Pittsburgh to Arizona and everywhere in between, moviegoers were in the mood for revenge as the Liam Neeson action thriller Taken shot past expectations debuting at number one over Super Bowl weekend. The frame's other new releases, the horror entry The Uninvited and the comedy New in Town, debuted to more moderate numbers while the top holdover pics posted solid holds. Overall, the North American box office was a virtual match with year-ago numbers capping off an impressive January at the multiplexes. More…

January 29, 2009

Critics Consensus: Taken Is A Near Miss

This week at the movies, we've got a kidnapping plot (Taken, starring Liam Neeson and Famke Janssen); haunted teens (The Uninvited, starring Emily Browning and Elizabeth Banks); and cold comfort (New in Town, starring Renee Zellweger and Harry Connick Jr.). What do the critics have to say?More…

January 29, 2009

Box Office Guru Preview: Three New Films Battle Super Bowl Frenzy

With all eyes on Tampa Bay for the Super Bowl, Hollywood offers three counter-programming options for those looking for something a little different. Fox releases the kidnapping thriller Taken, Paramount also delivers teen girls in distress with the suspense chiller The Uninvited, and Lionsgate counters with a few laughs with the Renée Zellweger comedy New in Town.More…