13 May – The name Liam Neeson is synonym to action movies, so, of course, the Irish actor is set to star in an upcoming one titled "In Order of Disappearance".
Norwegian director Hans Petter Molland will be helming the action black comedy movie, which will be a remake based on his original 2014 version, according to Deadline.
Neeson will be playing the lead role originally portrayed by Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård (Marvel's "Thor" and "Avengers" movie series, "Pirates of the Carribean" movie series).
The role is of a snow plough driver who starts his own private investigation after receiving news that his son has died of heroin overdose. He soon finds himself facing criminals involved in drug deals as he avenges his son's wrongful death.
The Hollywood remake may differ from its Norwegian counterpart in the sense of settings, as it will instead take place in a U.S. resort. It will also feature rivals from a different set of ethnic than what was seen in the original movie.
No release date has been set at the moment.
Neeson was most recently heard narrating "The Huntsman: Winter's War" and will be seen later this year in Spanish-British fantasy drama, "A Monster Calls".