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First Trailer For ‘Taken 3′ (Err…’Tak3n’) Released
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Reminder: there’s another Taken movie on the way! The first trailer for the trilogy-maker, which is choosing to go with the quite silly official title of Tak3n (no, seriously), has been released online by 20th Century Fox.

The movie, which once again stars Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, and Famke Janssen, takes the Fugitive route with Bryan Mills being framed for murder.

You can watch the first trailer and read a synopsis below.

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‘Taken 2’ Trailer: Liam Neeson Threatens You Via YouTube Video
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Only a few men can find where you are hiding. One of them is Bryan Millis (Liam Neeson). Scouring the globe, he managed to kill an entire underground human trafficking group and rescue his daughter. But it looks like he is still pissed. Pissed at the fact that you haven’t been talking about his movie. Now he sends his threats to YouTube. And when you watch it, rest assure, he will find you, and you will not like it.

Kidding aside, the latest video is just another marketing tool using Bryan Mills’ infamous lines to push you to watch this movie. It’s already got me hooked, but the nifty intro was a nice touch. There isn’t a whole lot of new material in this trailer to look at except the intro and requests that you find the missing scene by going on twitter and using the hashtag #taken2scene.

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‘Taken 2’ Featurette: Liam Neeson Details What Skills You Will See
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Bryan Millis is a very special man with a very special set of skills, and when forced to use those skills, someone will most likely end up dead. Liam Neeson will reprise his role as the dedicated family man who would go to the ends of the earth to save his family in Taken 2, and a new featurette shows the special skills we didn’t see in the first film.

Check out the latest featurette for Taken 2 here below.

In this non-spoiler filled featurette, Neeson details the special skills he has acquired throughout the years to protect those who need protection. That will all be put to the test when the father of one of those he killed in the first film while attempting to rescue his daughter comes seeking vengeance.

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Watch The Second Trailer For Olivier Megaton’s ‘Taken 2’ Starring Liam Neeson
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Previous Taken 2 trailers have ended with Bryan Millis (Liam Neeson) in a sticky situation. He and his wife (Famke Janssen) are about to be taken by the family members of all the underground human traffickers he killed in the first film and the only person who can save them is their daughter (Maggie Grace).

Now a new trailer reveals more of the plot for the action-packed sequel. Check it out below.

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Geek Peek: Liam Neeson Hasn’t Lost His Touch In These New ‘Taken 2’ Images
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Liam Neeson is living proof that no matter how old you are, you can still kick ass (hopefully Bruce Willis can do that with A Good Day to Die Hard) and if you need any evidence of it, well we’ve got three brand new photos of the actor doing just that in the upcoming sequel to his 2008 hit, Taken 2.

But director Olivier Megaton (Columbiana) is putting a spin on the Taken story. Instead of Neeson’s character, Bryan Mills, doing the saving, it will be his daughter (played by Maggie Grace) saving Bryan. But by the looks of these photos, it may look like he doesn’t need any saving.

You can check out the images below.

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