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Liam Neeson

  1. That Time Liam Neeson Got Fired From His Teaching Job for Punching a Knife-Wielding Student

    Or exactly what you'd expect to happen in Liam Neeson's classroom.

    Class is pain 101. Your instructor's Liam Neeson.

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  2. Give Your iPhone a Very Particular Set of Skills With GIF Keyboard’s Exclusive Prerelease Taken 3 GIFs

    Without even needing the very long career!

    One-man-meme-machine Liam Neeson won't be back in theaters to make ominous phone calls and kick ass in Taken 3 until next month, but you can get in on all the inevitable GIF action early with a custom keyboard that acquired some exclusive Taken 3 GIFs.

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  3. The First Trailer For Taken 3 is Here and They’ve Gone and Ruined the Whole Glorious Thing

    Taken 3, I am disappoint.

    Ok, so the first trailer for Taken 3 ruins a major plot point, just putting that out there before I start discussing why said plot point makes me not want to bother with the film at all. Spoilers, obviously.

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  4. Egg On My Face: Arrow Casts Australian Actor For Ra’s al Ghul

    Oh dear.

    Remember the other day when I was saying Arrow has a pretty great track record for hiring POCs for POC roles? Well, I guess we can't have it all.

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  5. The Flash Hires Prison Break’s Fiery Dominic Purcell To Compliment Chilly Wentworth Miller

    This season, on Rogue Break...

    Ok this is just hysterical. Read on to find out more about The Flash casting plus Arrow love connections and Liam Neeson's opinion on the idea of playing Ra's al Ghul again.

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  6. Liam Neeson Is Ready To Get Taken, Again

    Just What You've Always Wanted

    Yup, that's right Taken 3 is a go and Liam Neeson is already on board. 

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  7. Stars and Animators Flock to Salma Hayek’s The Prophet Animation Passion Project

    Why Not Do It With Some Style?

    Salma Hayek has been working on adapting one of the best selling books of the 20th century, Khalil Gibran's The Prophet, into an animated film, and has now gathered Liam Neeson, John Krasinski, Frank Langella, Alfred Molina, and Quvenzhané Wallis to join her in voicing some of the characters from the many stories and poems in the famous work.  The project has also attracted a large group of well-regarded animators to direct specific chapters under the direction of writer and director Roger Allers.

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  8. Here’s a Trailer for the One 2014 Movie That’ll Feature Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman

    Almost Totally Excellent

    In a way this movie also features Marvel's Star-Lord, since Chris Pratt is voicing the lead character. The Lego Movie also features the voice talent of Elizabeth Banks, Alison Brie, Will Ferrel, Liam Neeson, and yes, Morgan Freeman. Also did somebody just like, chuck a shark in that council scene? In protest?

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  9. Liam Neeson Always Gets the Last Word [Video]

    Supercuts are perhaps one of the greatest gifts the internet has blessed mankind with. They're like if someone took the time to take all those movie scenes you tell your friends about and put them in one place for your convenience, because we all know how precious our time spent surfing the web for useless, inane crap is. Today, the palpable Liam Neeson-philes over at Slacktory have put together this loving tribute of our favorite cinematic badass without peer getting the last word no matter what, where, or even when. Don't argue with us, check out Neeson always walking away the undisputed winner for yourself.

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  10. Liam Neeson, Will Ferrell, & More Added To Voice Cast Of Lego: The Piece of Resistance

    And I'll Form the Head!

    For the record, I didn't have to create this image, IT ALREADY EXISTED ON THE INTERNET.

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  11. Hot New (Fake) Trailer: Hungry Hungry Hippos Featuring Liam Neeson

    i'll just leave this here

    Last week we brought you the news that Hasbro had sold movie licenses for films based on Action Man, Monopoly, and Hungry Hungry Hippos. We accompanied the news with a picture of a sassy hippo. Film School Rejects has done one better. That said, hippos are considered some of the most dangerous animals on the African continent, usually killing more people in a year than the carnivores you might assume would take that title. Doesn't make this movie make any more sense, though.

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  12. ‘Hidden’ Taken 2 Trailer Clip Shows Daughter Getting In On the Action

    I'll Allow It

    It might strike regular readers as odd that we're posting anything to do with Taken 2, the sequel to the grisly 2008 daughter-rescuing revenge flick, starring Liam Neeson. No one was less enthusiastic than us to see this tired and trope-laden action premise return, now with bonus wife-snatching. But we were willing to put skepticism to the side momentarily and take a look at the 'hidden' scene offered in the latest online clip (above), featuring Kim (Maggie Grace) getting into the action under her father's terse phone direction. We're pretty sure that tossing a grenade out of a hotel window in Istanbul will bring the cops around (at the very least), so putting pants on might be prudent. Still, it's nice to see something a bit different from resolutely mainstream fare. Check it out for yourself, it automatically plays after the main trailer (press 9 to skip most of that, if you so desire).

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  13. Taking Nemo [Fake Trailer of the Day]

    I See What They Did There

    Man, that Taken sequel seems to have made some serious changes in the editing room since the last trailer. Plot seems familiar, though. Can't quite put my fin on why. (via The Daily What.)

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  14. You Can Stop Arguing Now – Liam Neeson Is Absolutely, Positively, Definitely In The Dark Knight Rises

    Officially Official

    I thought this debate was over a few months ago after actor Liam Neeson talked to the press about being on the set of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Apparently I was wrong. About the arguing, not about the fact that Neeson is actually in the film. Which he 100% is. How do we know for sure? Read on! 

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  15. It’s Star Trek Versus Star Wars Again, But This Time, It’s the Next Generation [Video]

    The Final Frontier

    The battle of Star Wars Vs. Trek rages on, but it's not original cast members Carrie Fisher and William Shatner throwing barbs this time. It's action figures. BBC TV host Graham Norton had Liam Neeson (who played Qui-Gon Jinn in Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace) and Patrick Stewart (Captain Jean-Luc Picard of Star Trek: The Next Generation) on his show, and thought it might be fun to have their respective action figures settle the score. And then he brought out both figures, and it was clear who might be the victor here. (via Tor) Previously in Star Trek vs Star Wars

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  16. Things We Saw Today: Mr. Tea

    Things We Saw Today

    Thanks to Best Week Ever I now know there's a Mr. T tea set. It was created by British designer Matt Jones and comes with cup and saucer, a golden stirrer and sugar cubes, and an adorable Mr. T sticking out of the top.

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  17. We Love Liam Neeson Because He Gives Us Concrete Info About The Dark Knight Rises

    And All Was Right With the World

    We love him for a plethora of reasons actually but this is why we're happy today. Actor Liam Neeson has given us solid information on Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Hit the jump if you'd like to know what it is (semi-spoilery of course).

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  18. Another Batman Villain Is Revealed For The Dark Knight Rises Thanks To An 8-Year-Old Kid

    Meddling Kids

    Movies really like to pack in villains these days, don't they? Remember when it was the norm for one hero to go up against one adversary? Turns out, another Batman villain will be making an appearance in Christopher Nolan's Batman swan-song, The Dark Knight Rises. How do we know this? A little kid's mom spilled the beans. No, seriously. Read on for the big spoiler. 

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  19. Yes, This Trailer is for Battleship the Movie, Based on, Yes, Battleship the Game

    Oh, man, this came on line yesterday with Spanish subtitles but by the time we threw it in a post, it had already been taken down. But now! Without further delay we can present the single greatest cinematic achievement of the human race: a movie based on that game you played when you were eight, and totally cheated in every time your friend got up to go to the bathroom, with Liam Neeson in it. At least, until the Candyland movie comes out. Oh, and the Risk movie.

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  20. Actors Who Would Be Allowed Into the Geek Equivalent of Heaven

    When you die and potentially go wherever it is that people go when they’re dead — be it in the ground or some type of heaven or whatever — chances are you won’t be pleased with everyone that has been given a pass. Some people just rub folks the wrong way; it’s a fact of life. There is one bright side to this, however: If you’re going to this theorized place, it’s safe to assume that people similar to you are going to be going there as well. That means that all those geeky actors will be chatting it up in the geek afterlife, hopefully. But where do they draw the line? Clearly, some are more worthy than others. Some actors have been in multiple works that were seminal in their own right. So, here it is, finally, a list of the actors that are most worthy of being admitted to the geek equivalent of heaven.

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