Liam Neeson admits Taken 4 could happen
'Taken 4' could happen, according to Hollywood star Liam Neeson
Liam Neeson admits 'Taken 4' could be made.
The 62-year-old actor stars as a former CIA operative Bryan Mills in the successful film franchise and having just released the third film, he admits there's a chance he'll appear in another.
He said: "I don't think [the 'Taken' franchise] can develop any more to satisfy audiences, but you never know.
"We'll see. We'll see how successful 'Taken 3' becomes."
The latest 'Taken' film leaves room for Neeson's on-screen character to return for a fourth film.
However, he admits that in order for this to happen, the film's writers would have to scrap the "family under threat" formula.
He told Yahoo Movies: "I can't see there being a 'Taken 4' happening unless they take Bryan Mills and put him into something completely different, [a new] scenario with his buddies, you know his little covert group of military buddies."
Meanwhile, Neeson's 'Taken 3' co-star Maggie Grace has admitted he is "incredibly protective" of her.
She said Neeson once called one of her ex-boyfriends to confront him about hurting her feelings.
Maggie explained: "There was this boy who had really hurt my feelings and was kind of being a hot mess, and Liam was just like, 'Let's set this kid straight.'
"It was great."