First Glimpse at Liam Neeson's New Movie Featuring Real Son Micheal (Video)
Liam Neeson and his son Micheál Richardson are appearing in a brand new blockbuster movie. Watch the trailer now.
Liam Neeson's son has followed in his dad's footsteps into the acting world, and he is now appearing in a new movie alongside his famous father.
The pair are going to be staring in James D'Arcy's upcoming movie about an estranged father and son who have reunited to sell their families Tuscan villa.
The movie, which seems a decidedly slower pace compared to the action star's other films, shows the father and son attempting to renovate the dilapidated villa, all while confronting their past.
During an interview, Neeson spoke about landing the role after his agent was approached by D'Arcy, who was interested in the actor for the lead. He said,
"James D'Arcy got in touch with me through my English agent and she said, 'Listen, I think you should read this, there's something to it.' I did and I sort of fell in love with it, and she said,'Maybe this is something good for you and Micheál, you son."
The release of the trailer came at the same time that Neeson announced the death of his mother Katherine 'Kitty' Nesson, only a day after his birthday.
The "Taken" actor also lost his wife and mother of his son Natasha Richardson in 2011, after she had a skiing accident in Canada.
The mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council Cllr Peter Johnston consoled with the family.
His mother's death was announced during a mass at "All Saints Church" which was being broadcasted online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After the Parish Priest shared that funeral arrangements would be made later, The mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council Cllr Peter Johnston consoled with the family saying,
"Very sorry to hear this news.As Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, I will be raising this at full council on Tuesday where we will be holding a minutes silence. Rest in Peace, Kitty."
Before making it as an actor, Neeson worked several different jobs after he left Queen's University Belfast, including a job in a Guinness Brewery.
However, two months before receiving the accolade, his wife died after suffering from blunt forced trauma in Quebec's Mount Tremblant.