We'd just recently heard that long-delayed Neuromancer might be eyeing some big additions to the cast that could finally get it on track. Now it's official—the producers are in talks with Liam Neeson and Mark Wahlberg for starring roles.
For months now, we've all been wondering whether actor Liam Neeson was going to be in The Dark Knight Rises. With the actor playing coy—or rather, playing the ''comatose amnesiac patient'' card regarding the fate of his character, Ra's al Ghul—we almost never thought it would happen! Until we finally got to hear exactly what we wanted.
In the latest chapter in the simmering sci-fi feud—which was escalated recently by William Shatner, Carrie Fisher and George Takei, each trying to make their case for galactic dominance—U.K. talk show host Graham Norton tried to put an end to it all with an Action Figure Deathmatch.
What does it take to bring the glory and spectacle of Greek mythology to blockbuster life on the big screen? It's more than just skirts and sandals, as we found out when we talked to Wrath of the Titans director Jonathan Liebesman and one of the film's stars, Toby Kebbell!
Trying to get solid intel on the villains in the new Dark Knight Rises film is a slippery superhero slope. And it doesn't help much that Liam Neeson is playing comatose amnesiac patient when asked about whether Ra's is dead or alive.