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Originally posted 05/24/2013 11:15AM
Stars on ice!
The NHL's Stanley Cup Playoffs saw a lot of celebrity love Thursday with actors and their famililes turning out across the country turning out to enthusiastically support their respective teams.
In Los Angeles, single guy Tom Cruise, 50, high-fived producer Jerry Bruckheimer, who joined director Jason Reitman at a Thursday game to cheer on a 3-0 win against the San Jose Sharks.
Also in attendance at the Western Conference semi-final game: Ryan O'Neal, who enjoyed a sports outing with son Patrick.
Originally posted 05/22/2013 12:05PM
Originally posted 02/18/2013 01:20PM
With less than a week to go until show time, more stars have been named as presenters for Sunday's Oscars.
Salma Hayek Pinault, Melissa McCarthy, Liam Neeson and John Travolta – all past nominees – will join a star-studded cast of presenters for the 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony.
The lineup already includes previous winners including Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Sandra Bullock, who will announce this year's winners for the live telecast set for Sunday on ABC at 7 p.m. ET.
Originally posted 10/02/2012 09:30AM
Even at 60, Liam Neeson doesn't mind showing a little skin – in tight pink underwear, at that!
The Irish actor made quite the revealing appearance Monday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, emerging in a bathrobe and eventually stripping down to his skivvies – for a charity fundraiser in the fight against breast cancer.
"If I take this off, does the $10,000 become $20,000?" he asks DeGeneres before taking off the robe.
Originally posted 09/26/2011 10:00AM
After dating privately for just over a year, actor Liam Neeson brought girlfriend Freya St. Johnston to Paris for the opening of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, which included flamenco dancing, gourmet food, Chinese acrobats and an encounter with French film star Alain Delon. The pair stuck together in the hotel's garden, sharing laughter and whispered conversation as they watched the entertainment. "She's been very good for him," an eyewitness says. "They're very comfortable, very natural now in each other's company."
Originally posted 04/10/2011 02:10PM
The replacement has been replaced.
Liam Neeson, who stepped in to film a cameo in The Hangover 2 for a role first given to – and then taken away from – Mel Gibson, has now been replaced due to scheduling conflicts.
The scene filmed by Neeson, 58, was cut out of the movie and is now being re-shot with actor/director Nick Cassavetes playing the role – but it's not personal, director Todd Phillips tells Variety.
Phillips says that he cut the scene immediately following Neeson's cameo while editing The Hangover 2, creating a gap in the sequence of events. Phillips decided to re-shoot the scene – but Neeson was already busy in London shooting the follow-up to Clash of the Titans.
Originally posted 02/15/2011 06:30PM
At first, Liam Neeson didn't know how to cope with the grief that hit him after the death of his wife, Natasha Richardson.
"I think I survived by running away some. Running away to work," Neeson, 58, says in the March issue of Esquire, on newsstands Feb. 22.
But the distraction only helped for so long. "That's the weird thing about grief," he adds. "You can't prepare for it. You think you're gonna cry and get it over with. You make those plans, but they never work."
Originally posted 02/12/2011 10:00AM
At 58 years old, many people are already dreaming of retirement – but not Liam Neeson, who has lately become a bankable action star.
"I seem to have gotten a new lease on life since Taken was so successful," Neeson told reporters Saturday at a press junket for his upcoming action-thriller Unknown.
As a victim of amnesia and identity theft, Neeson's character finds himself in many precarious situations that include a lot of hand-to-hand combat.
Neeson – an amateur boxer in his teens – didn't even regard the fight scenes as stunts. He called the choreographed "scrappy" battles a "wonderful ballet."
Originally posted 02/04/2011 03:30AM
In his new movie Unknown, Liam Neeson plays a man who awakens from a coma, finds someone has stolen his identity and sets out to prove who he is.
In real life, he needs to do no such thing. You know the celebrated Irish-born actor from such wide-ranging films as Schindler's List, Star Wars and The A-Team.
Now Neeson, 58, is talking to PEOPLE – and we want to know what you want to know. His storied career, the joys (and challenges) of raising his teenage sons Daniel and Micheal, his decision to become a U.S. citizen in 2009, his plans for the future: No topic is off limits, so ask away!
Send your query to firstname.lastname@example.org – and be sure to include your name and hometown, too. You might see the answer featured in an upcoming issue of PEOPLE!
Originally posted 11/11/2010 09:45AM
It's not going to be the clash of the Hollywood titans some may have expected.
According to Liam Neeson, Mel Gibson doesn't harbor any hard feelings about being replaced by Neeson in a Hangover 2 cameo.
When he was offered a shot at the role, which was first reported to be that of a Bangkok tattoo artist, Neeson says he "didn't realize" it had originally gone to Gibson but eventually had a "very pleasant" conversation with his fellow actor about it.
"I spoke to Mel," he told Access Hollywood Tuesday at the premiere for his new film The Next Three Days. "Mel's cool about it. We're all cool."
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