Liam Neeson used to be in fancy-pants movies like Schindler’s List and Nell and Rob Roy … I mean, in 1993’s Ethan Frome, he played Ethan Frome.
At some point, though, he got really into beating people up. In 2008, he had a huge hit with Taken, where he beats people up because they kidnapped his daughter. In Clash Of The Titans, he vicariously beat people up by releasing the Kraken. (Not a euphemism.) Then his desire for action became such that he actually joined The A Team! (You probably didn’t see that one.) Last year in Unknown, he beat up everyone who didn’t recognize him. (Which was everyone.) In the upcoming Battleship, if I am understanding the premise, he’s going to fight aliens with boats.
And this Friday, in The Grey? Wolves. That’s right. Liam Neeson is fighting wolves. And I’ll be darned if, at the end of this trailer, it doesn’t look like he’s strapping on some improvised claws to punch a freaking wolf.
Blogger Linda Holmes offers some suggestions: What Should Liam Neeson Punch Next? : Monkey See
This is exactly the kind of hard-hitting journalistic questions for which I always turn to NPR.
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- squidsdealtwithit answered: The directors of BATTLESHIP.
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- canibeyour-la-woman answered: tim tebow??? just a thought
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- ravenreverie said: He b***h-slapped Darth Maul during their lightsaber duel in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. I think he should punch Justin Bieber, if they ever appear in a movie together.
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- fabien-valdu answered: he should punch schizophrenic monkeys talking ebo
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- randomcollegeguy answered: A T-Rex. Rexy has been dominant round these parts for far too long haha
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- pants-off-snuggie-on answered: He should definitely fight some crocodiles in a lake placid remake. And the climax would be him punching through the skull of a 50 ft croc.
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- nottallthere answered: Vampires, of course. Have they already cast the next Twilight?
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- midnightskyscraper answered: he should punch god.
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- cindypiano said: Ha!
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- msirismg answered: Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona
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- kerryannmccombs answered: Clowns. Liam should punch clowns next.
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