Neeson To Re-Team With Collet-Serra For THE COMMUTER

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Are you ready for some more Liam Neeson action? Lionsgate has already set up The Picture Company's The Commuter since their acquisition last November from Studiocanal at the American Film Market, and judging by early reports, filming will soon begin in early 2016 if it hasn't already.

For this, we now bring the news from Deadline that Neeson will be rejoining director Jaume Collet-Serra, making this their fourth pairing since Unknown, Non-Stop and last year's Run All Night with co-star Alex Kinnaman. Principal photography will be set in New York City with Neeson starring as a businessman on his way home who gets entangled in a criminal conspiracy that endangers himself and everyone around him.

Producing are Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman along with a script by Bryan Willinger and Phil de Blasi. Neeson's calendar isn't quite empty either with expected appearances in Narco SubA Willing PatriotOperation Cromite and upcoming action comedy, The Revenger, so watch this space for more updates.


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