Find out how Bryan Mills got his particular set of skills in NBC’s upcoming prequel series to Taken, coming in February next year.
Netflix has found it’s Iron Fist, Pacific Rim 2 has a new director, Riverdale has it’s Archie, the Taken prequel has it’s young Liam Neeson and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The Taken franchise closes out with the worst entry in the series, as Bryan Mills gets stuck in a needlessly complicated rip-off of The Fugitive after he’s accused of murdering his ex-wife.
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).
Taken exploded onto the action scene four years ago and cemented Liam Neeson as an ass kicking action hero. Now he’s back for Taken 2 but it unfortunately doesn’t live up to the original.
Liam Neeson’s amazing run of action movies got started with Taken and now Neeson is back as CIA “preventer” Bryan Mills for Taken 2, where a group of vengeance seeking Albanians target him and his family in Istanbul.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe shake up the format and talk about the news first before getting into Show and Tell with the new Bond trailer and the real life espionage life of Bond creator, Ian Fleming, a history of failed Batman projects, the overwhelming dumbness of Battleship, the first look at Taken 2 and much more.
This week in the News Shotgun we get our first look and info on Taken 2, some screenwriters signed on for sequels, and some casting news for some upcoming action movies.
Don’t piss off Bryan Mills because he has a particular set of skills that will make him a nightmare for you.