All good things must come to an end after all.
Actor, Liam Neeson, has hinted that the forthcoming ‘Taken 3’ movie will most likely be the last following a huge success with the previous sequel.
Neeson, who has been playing the role of Bryan Mills — a retired CIA agent who travels the world to find his missing daughter — revealed that the cast is already shooting the follow-up film after the second instalment made a whopping $370million at the box office.
But it’s sure to conclude this time.
“I have to go on the run, I’ll put it that way, from the not-so-lawful types and the lawful authorities,” Liam says in a new interview.
The 62-year-old has been part of this huge box office hit since 2008 when the first flick hit theaters, and judging by the plot of the film, there’s a sense that ‘Taken’ would’ve just been better off without any sequels attached to it.
But, of course, due to the raving reviews and money the movie ended up making, the production company and its distributor ‘Fox’ saw no reason why not to cash out as much as possible. You got to milk the cow for as long as you can before it’s fully empty, right?
“Bryan Mills (his character) served his country faithfully, but now even they are after him. They must not like me,” Liam Neeson continues. “”It’s a rollicking good story. But I think this is the end.
One shouldn’t forget that no official has actually confirmed what Liam thinks will be the last film of the franchise. For all we know, they may want him to stay on and do another one should the follow-up be just as successful as the previous two.