In a new interview, Liam Neeson discusses what it was like shooting Taken 3, and what he thought of the script.
Neeson is famous for his character of Bryan Mills in Taken and Taken 2, but come January 9th, his character is back on the big screen.
In an interview that 3 News posted on Monday, Neeson answers a series of questions that fans and viewers have had.
When asked what made him come back to the series for a third time, his response was: "Robert Mark Kamen came up with a really good...when I read the first draft of the script, I thought the story was pretty damn good. They put a nice twist into it."
Neeson then went on to say that part of the script that is different from the past is: "Bryan Mills, my guy, instead of hunting the bad guys is the one being hunted. It's a nice turn."
Amid rumors that this will be the final movie in the Taken series, the interviewer pressed him for an answer as to if it ends here: "I think so. I think so. We'll see how successful Taken 3 is and the powers that be can see if there is another story to be extracted from it."
That wasn't good enough for the interview though. She wanted to know what his "feeling" about it was, but his answer went a different direction:
"I feel Taken 3 is a superior piece of work, I really do, and I don't know why we saw so many logistical problems in Taken 2. I think Olivia has done a fantastic job and we have an extra character and that is fantastic for us. It really gives the story a real balance, it gives it some real weight."
Taken 3 hits the big screen on January 9th.