Liam Neeson thriller to film in London
Pre-production is underway at a UK studio on Liam Neeson’s The Commuter, a high-octane action thriller directed by Jaume Collet-Serra.
The pair have previous form of working together, on features Unknown and Non-Stop.
In The Commuter, Neeson plays a businessman whose daily journey home takes on a dangerous twist as he gets caught up in a criminal conspiracy. Collet-Serra will be calling the shots from a screenplay by Philip de Blasi and Byron Willinger.
StudioCanal is behind the feature, with producers Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman on board for LA-based The Picture Company. Collet-Serra also wears the exec producer’s hat for this one, alongside Juan Sola – both of Ombra Films.
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