Moviefone Guest Editor: Liam Neeson: Roles I Wish I'd Played
Liam Neeson -- star of the new action/thriller "Non-Stop" -- is Moviefone's Guest Editor for the week of February 24 - 28. Watch for ass-kicking exclusives from the actor throughout the week.

Liam Neeson is an actor who can do just about anything.

Think about it: he's played Oskar Schindler in "Schindler's List," a Jedi knight in "Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace," a disfigured crime fighter in Sam Raimi's "Darkman," and a miniature cop in "The Lego Movie." For the past few years he's disappeared again, into a series of highly intense action thrillers, beginning with European-set action movie "Taken." But that doesn't mean that there are still things that he wished he could have done, and parts that he could have played.

As our ongoing series of videos from our super-tall, super-handsome guest editor, Neeson explains the roles that he wishes he'd played. And some of them are quite monstrous. Towards the end of our interview, we asked him if he was really interested in doing a horror film and he said he was unsure of where the genre would go, and that he kind of did it already for "Darkman." To find out what creatures he would have loved to play (and other iconic cinematic roles), just watch the video and keep it here for lots more goodies from Neeson throughout the week.

Neeson's new movie, "Non-Stop," where Neeson slips into the role of an alcoholic air marshal accused of hijacking a transatlantic flight, comes out on Friday.
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Alcoholic and world-weary, U.S. Air Marshal Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) lost his passion for his work long... Read More

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