Liam Neeson Says There Shouldn't Be 'Taken 4' - Here's Why

The 'Taken' and 'Schindler's List' star spoke about the future of the 'Taken' film franchise when appearing on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'.

AceShowbiz - Apparently %cLiam Neeson% doesn't need to fear losing his 'daughter' again. During an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", host %cStephen Colbert% asked Liam about the possibility of "Taken 4" and the Bryan Mills depicter replied with a firm no.

"No, there's not. There's only so many times your daughter can be taken," said Liam. "Actually if we do have another it will be, 'Please can you take my daughter?' " From his remark, it can be concluded that "Tak3n" is the final installment of the film series.

The premise about the kidnapping of a daughter isn't the only thing memorable from "Taken". An intense monologue Bryan Mills said to threaten his daughter's kidnappers is an iconic moment in the film. Liam has heard it repeated over and over again by fans. Recently, the "I will find you" monologue was spoken in somewhat unlikely place, 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," he recalled. "I heard this guy quoting the line from 'Taken': 'I will find you.' I thought, 'Here we go.' " Liam reacted by turning around to look at the quoter, and a handshake was offered by the fan despite their awkward spot of encounter.

The last installment of the film series, "Tak3n", was released in 2014 and grossed $326.4 million. Liam's next movies "Silence" and "A Monster Calls" will be both released in this year's holiday season.

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