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Natasha Richardson and Liam Neeson’s lookalike son pens emotional tribute on 15th anniversary of her tragic death

Natasha Richardson and Liam Neeson’s lookalike son pens emotional tribute on 15th anniversary of her tragic death

Liam Neeson’s son Daniel has paid an emotional tribute to his late mother, Natasha Richardson on the 15th anniversary of her death.  The 27-year-old took to Instagram on Monday and posted a beautiful black and white photo of his mom smiling alongside a heartfelt message to mark the poignant day.  “15 years since you’ve left this plane onto forever more. I look forward to re uniting one day but for now I take solace in knowing you’re beside me every step of the way,” he began.  “Hopefully, I’m making you proud. I think you would definitely be proud of my margarita skills.”  © InstagramLiam and Natasha’s son Daniel penned a heartfelt tribute to his mom He continued: “She was the OG margarita mama! As a kid, I used to ask her for a sip of hers, and she would gently say not till you’re older. Little did she know I would one day start my own tequila brand and have way too many margaritas at my finger tips.” Daniel added: “My aunt, @joelyrichardsonsinsta who always …

‘Retribution’ Shows Liam Neeson’s Action Era Is Waning

‘Retribution’ Shows Liam Neeson’s Action Era Is Waning

About 15 years ago, Liam Neeson picked up a cellphone and growled a haunting, threatening monologue that changed the course of his career. Playing the hardened ex-CIA agent Bryan Mills in the movie Taken, Neeson warned the men who’d kidnapped his teenage daughter about his “very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career, skills that make me a nightmare for people like you.” It was the beginning of a surprising renaissance for the esteemed actor. In his mid-50s, he became an action star, headlining a long run of cheaply made, typically European-set thrillers in which he played gun-toting men in leather jackets with, well, murderous skills. There are too many of these movies to name, and they tend to be better known by a one-sentence plot description. Neeson on a plane? That’s the marvelous Non-Stop. On a train? The decently schlocky The Commuter. Neeson at a ski resort? Cold Pursuit. Neeson as an ice-road trucker? They just called that one The Ice Road. Further evidence that the studios are …