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Topic - Liam Neeson
Animal welfare activists picketing Liam Neeson's home on Saturday said they don't agree with him that the city's carriage horses should keep working.
Actor Liam Neeson is again speaking out against New York City's plan to ban horse-drawn carriages.
Actor Liam Neeson criticized New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's campaign against horse-drawn carriages on Sunday, arguing that the popular tourist attraction is part of the city's history.
Actor Liam Neeson says he's disappointed New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio didn't show up at a horse stable over the weekend to see for himself that the animals are well cared for.
Liam Neeson has grounded "The Lego Movie."
These days Liam Neeson is still brooding and serious — a respectable, actorly presence. Except now he's one of Hollywood's biggest action stars too.
Actor Liam Neeson says he's upset at New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (dih BLAH'-zee-oh) for wanting to shut down the city's horse-drawn carriage industry.
Liam Neeson's "Taken 2" has defended its box-office title with a narrow win over Ben Affleck's "Argo."
Critics don't like "Taken 2," but Liam Neeson's action sequel has proved twice the hit among fans as the original movie was.
If I have learned anything from watching the two "Taken" films, it's this: Never go on an international vacation with Liam Neeson.
Planning to pay out good money to see "Taken 2"? To paraphrase Liam Neeson, you're about to be taken.
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter": Those four words, strung together in that order, sound like a lot of fun, don't they?
"Wrath of the Titans" is a terrifyingly loud picture. But no amount of Dolby bang can jolt this thunderously tedious film from its lifeless slumber.
Beware the Liam in Winter. Liam Neeson's "The Grey" topped the weekend box office with $20 million, according to studio estimates Sunday, continuing the actor's success as an action star in the winter months.
One way to think of "The Grey" is as a grim fairy tale: Liam Neeson versus the Big Bad Wolves.
"In contrast to the terrible toll of traffic accidents generally on New Yorkers," Neeson wrote, "the carriage industry has a remarkable safety record."
Neeson said the city's horse-drawn carriages have made an estimated 6 million trips in traffic in the past 30 years, most ending up in Central Park.