Liam Neeson, best known for his role of Bryan Mills in a popular action-thriller film series "Taken", has said that there is no possibility of the fourth installment in the franchise.
During a visit to "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", the 64-year-old star was asked about the possibility of "Taken 4", to which he said "there's no plan", reported Entertainment Weekly."No, there's not. There's only so many times your daughter can be taken," said Neeson, adding "Actually if we do have another it will be, 'Please can you take my daughter?"
Famous for his character's intense monologues threatening the kidnappers, the "Schindler's List" actor has heard it repeated by fans more than once, including in a public restroom.
"I was standing there doing my business and this other man was there doing his business, and you know, men we don't look at each other, you do your business, studying the tile. And then I heard this guy quoting the line from Taken: 'I will find you.' I thought, 'Here we go'," the actor recalled.