On a breezy evening in early October, hundreds of screaming fans occupied the streets of Times Square to meet the star of the eminent Taken series, Liam Neeson, and revel in a special sneak preview of the highly anticipated sequel Taken 2.
Annoyingly, after an excellent opening weekend, it seems that Taken 2 has made enough money to seemingly justify the studio’s contentious decision to cut the film down for a softer 12A certificate in the UK.
Taken 2 is gearing up the publicity machine ahead of its October 5th release, recently giving us an exclusive look on YouTube of Liam Neeson's particular set of skills, and now we get a sneak peek at some of the action and stunt work of the film.
The year started slow, with only a handful of great films sneaking in. The Summer proved a disappointment when it should have been the greatest geek even since the Summer of 1982. We are nearing award season, where the smart, adult oriented material starts to reach audiences. This is where 2012 redeems itself.
EW celebrates the exciting slate of titles with an extensive picture previews of films such as Django Unchained, The Hobbit, Looper, The Master, Skyfall, Seven Psychopaths and more!
Ex-CIA operative Bryan Mills and his wife are kidnapped by the vengeful father of a kidnapper Mills killed while rescuing his daughter.
YouTube has debuted an exclusive look at Taken 2 which you can view which below.
It's rough being an ex-CIA operative with a kidnap-prone family, as the latest exploits of Bryan Mills can attest.
Liam Neeson shows his gun handling skills in a collection of new stills from the sequel to 2008's Taken.
Part two of this week's roundup of the crop of new and fresh trailers. Some tasty morsels: Ry Russo-Young's Nobody Walks, Hugh Laurie in The Oranges, Juno Temple as a lesbian werewolf, some musing on weddings and cockneys going postal on zombies. Tuck in.
Fans of right wing vigilantism rejoice – Liam Neeson is back to his friend-shooting best in Taken 2, which gets a new trailer this week.