The 65-year-old actor has announced that he is retiring from the thriller and action genres because he feels that he is just too old.
The Taken star enjoyed a resurge of success as an action star when the franchise kicked off in 2008, prompting his appearance in a number of sequels as well as other thrillers including Non-Stop, Run All Night and The A Team.
It's safe to say that Neeson has had an unusual, unique career arc. "Audiences are eventually going to go: 'Come on'".
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"They're still throwing serious money at me to do that stuff", Neeson insisted. In 1993 he played his signature role as Oskar Schindler in the award-showered Schindler's List, receiving a nomination for Best Actor at the Academy Awards (he lost to Tom Hanks for Philadelphia).
However, things began to turn in a different direction in 2005, when Neeson played antagonist Ra's al Ghul in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins, which presumably led to Hollywood evaluating the then 53-year-old actor in a different light.
Citing the fact that he's kind of an old man and the whole thing is getting pretty silly, Liam Neeson has declared that he's getting exhausted of constantly making interchangeable action movies that are all about an older dude getting revenge on some criminals/animals who hurt his family and/or want to eat him.
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Fans of Neeson action work don't need to worry just yet, as there are still two more action movies to come from the Ballymena native.
Hard Power will find Neeson playing a snowplow driver who faces off with drug dealers, and in The Commuter, the actor will play a business man caught up in a criminal conspiracy during his drive home. The film is out in theaters on September 29.
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