Liam Neeson Wants More Films For Older Audiences

Liam Neeson, who turned 60 this year, wants the Hollywood studios to produce more films for older people. “We’re making movies for 15-year-olds up to 25-year-olds - people of my generation, we’re not traditionally served by Hollywood,” he says. Neeson, who’s currently starring in the action film Taken 2 - out this weekend - cited the recent success of Hope Springs - a midlife romantic comedy with Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones - as an example of the type of movie that appeals to older audiences. He says: “It’s a terrific film and it’s making money and people of that generation want to see these films.”