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First Photo of Liam Neeson in 'Non-Stop'

EW Inside Movies:
Liam Neeson has taken to the skies for his upcoming thriller Non-Stop, and EW has an exclusive first image from the film.

Though it looks like Neeson might be holding a plane full of passengers hostage, he’s actually an Air Marshal trying to track down who on the flight is placing anonymous threats. It’s bound to be a suspenseful, tension-filled ride across the Atlantic considering the fact that everyone on board is a suspect, even Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery who co-stars as a stewardess, and Julianne Moore, who plays Neeson’s seat mate. Killing Them Softly’s Scoot McNairy also stars. (Cinema, Liam Neeson, Non-Stop)

hazelamy  +   961d ago
employing his "particular set of skills" again by the looks of it.

can't wait. ^_^

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