In a new interview with Liam Neeson, it appears he may be hinting that there is the possibility of a Taken 4.
On Friday, Neeson and his costar Forest Whitaker talked with Fox News about how and if the Taken series would continue.
When asked if Taken 3 really was the final movie for this series, Neeson said: "There's always... I think if audiences go and see it and they like these characters, I mean, I'd love to do something with Forest again, and if it's in a Taken 4 scenario... great."
Also asked in the interview was what was the most important thing to Neeson this time around with another Taken movie.
"The main thing I was concerned about was, before signing on for the third, was that no one gets taken. That was the big concern for me. We couldn't do that again. We had done it successfully. You can't insult the audience with doing another taken story, you know, where someone is kidnapped. They had written-- the writers Robert Mark Kamen and Luc Besson-- had written a very powerful screen detective and I remember thinking we better get a really top class actor for that and we got the great Forest Whitaker."
When asked what made Whitaker take the part, he said: "I'd seen Taken 1 maybe three or four times, and I saw both of them Taken 1 and 2, and I knew what he had done was a great, great franchise and that it was a great opportunity to get to go in and work with a great actor, and actors too, on something that was really interesting.
Though it's unclear if there will be a Taken 4, Neeson has alluded that he wouldn't be opposed to the idea.