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REVIEW: "Non-Stop" Takes Liam Neeson, and Its Audience, on Bumpy Flight

"Taken" star Liam Neeson's airplane thriller "Non-Stop" flies with some fun scenes and gimmicks, but comes in for a rough landing.

Christopher Nolan Reflects on his Batman Trilogy, Heath Ledger & More

Christopher Nolan Reflects on his Batman Trilogy, Heath Ledger & More

Director Christopher Nolan conducted a Q&A in NYC last week, focusing on his Dark Knight Trilogy, working with Heath Ledger, pioneering the IMAX format and his excitement over producing Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel."

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SPINOFF REVIEW: "Taken 2"

Fans of the 2008 thriller "Taken" know what to expect from director Olivier Megaton's sequel: an implausible plot, delightfully bad one-liners, disposable henchmen, and Liam Neeson snapping necks and kicking lots and lots of butt.

"The Grey’s" Frank Grillo on Wolf Puppets and His "Acting Hero"

Actor Frank Grillo spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about his role in director Joe Carnahan's new action-thriller "The Grey," working with star Liam Neeson and learning what "cold" really is.

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SPINOFF REVIEW: "The Grey"

Director Joe Carnahan's action-thriller "The Grey" delivers an emotional, beautiful and surprisingly deep tale of survival that pits Liam Neeson and a group of oil-rig workers against the forces of nature.

Director Joe Carnahan On Death, Drama & Wolves in

Director Joe Carnahan On Death, Drama & Wolves in "The Grey"

"The Grey" director Joe Carnahan goes into detail about shooting the thriller, working with star Liam Neeson and the existential questions surrounding the man vs. nature drama.

Liam Neeson Faces Down Wolves, Contemplates God in

Liam Neeson Faces Down Wolves, Contemplates God in "The Grey"

Liam Neeson, star of "The Grey," talks about filming in an unforgiving location, and what interested him in director Joe Carnahan's man vs. nature thriller.

SPINOFF: Neeson In, Gibson Out of

SPINOFF: Neeson In, Gibson Out of "Hangover 2"

Actor Liam Neeson will be heading for Bangkok, replacing Mel Gibson in "The Hangover 2" after the "Lethal Weapon" star was let go from the production. SPINOFF has all the details.

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