Liam Neeson may have a very particular set of skills, but none will be used in Taken 4.
While on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Friday, Neeson chatted about some delicious holiday plans (including a Southern fried turkey, yum!) and fatherhood.
But the big question on host Colbert’s mind? Will there be a fourth Taken movie.
Neeson replies with probably the most honest explanation for why not.
We think we can manage with just three movies, Liam.
Now, as for that intense Taken monologue?
Neeson jokes he’s heard it repeated many, many times by fans. He’s even used it himself to help his Taken daughter aka Maggie Grace prank an ex-boyfriend.
However, there’s one very awkward place the monologue went down. A public restroom.
Neeson says he then made a grievous mistake. He turned to look at the fan who tried to shake his hand despite, well, where they were and what they were doing.
Surprisingly, he didn’t go full-on angry Bryan Mills for the gross introduction!
Despite how scary Neeson can sound (even when reading a children’s book), he does have a pretty kind heart. During the interview, Neeson discussed an important trip he recently made to Jordan with UNICEF to visit Syrian refugee camps.
The Irish actor says despite seeing so much hardship and tragedy there, he also met many empowered young Muslim girls.
We applaud that!
Neeson can be seen in a few new films this holiday season — Silence and A Monster Calls, both opening in limited release starting December 23.