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Watch: Liam Neeson Takes Flight In 4 New Clips From 'Non-Stop'

The Playlist By Ben Brock | The Playlist February 11, 2014 at 10:02AM

We've covered Liam Neeson's upcoming “Non-Stop” before here as “Taken on a Plane,” because really, how else do you describe it? Bryan Mills is practically a goddamn anagram of Bill Marks, Neeson's character name in this one, and it's directed by Jaume Collet-Sera, who made what film historians now refer to as the first “Taken” retread, “Unknown,” back in 2011. Anyway, if you urgently desire to hear Neeson's half-Irish half-whisper meting out more threats, you'll be able to February 28th.
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Non-Stop

We've covered Liam Neeson's upcoming “Non-Stop” before here as “Taken on a Plane,” because really, how else do you describe it? Bryan Mills is practically a goddamn anagram of Bill Marks, Neeson's character name in this one, and it's directed by Jaume Collet-Sera, who made what film historians now refer to as the first “Taken” retread, “Unknown,” back in 2011. Anyway, if you urgently desire to hear Neeson's half-Irish half-whisper meting out more threats, you'll be able to February 28th.

In the meantime, we've got 4 new clips here (plus another right here in case you missed it), all of which illustrate the basic premise — imminent terrorism, maverick law enforcement agent with a collapsing personal life, suspicious people pushed up against vertical surfaces, etc. — we know and love so well. In these right here, you also get some juicy bonuses in the form of a person actually saying, “My god, we're all going to die” (I thought they only said that in movies?) and a whiny guy in glasses snivelling “I have rights!” when Mr. Neeson tries to pump him for information. Also, glimpses of the rest of the cast, including Julianne Moore, Michelle Dockery, Scott McNairy and Lupita Nyong'o, to which we can only say, “Really? So soon?” Check out the clips below, unless you have a fear of flying. Or retreads.

This article is related to: Non-Stop, Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore, Scoot McNairy


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