He rescued his daughter from human traffickers in Taken, took on a wolf with broken bottles taped to his knuckles in The Grey and now Liam Neeson is off to play an air marshal responsible for rescuing an airplane full of innocent people from an anonymous terrorist threatening to kill a passenger every 20 minutes. Is it the woman (Julianne Moore) next to him who makes a stink about having the window seat? Is it the other air marshal (Anson Mount) aboard? What about the hothead (Corey Stoll) in coach? Or perhaps have his own demons just caught up to him and warped his perspective?
With the answer coming our way when Non-Stop hits theaters this weekend, Neeson and Moore took the time to sit down with the New York press contingent to discuss personal in-flight memories, close quarter fight techniques, what to expect if you decide to approach Neeson in an airport with a Star Wars photo to sign, and more.
Click here to read the interview.