Neeson is playing an American businessman who falls for an Italian woman and helps rescue her daughter from a local gangster.
"Extra's" AJ Calloway was with actor Liam Neeson as he promoted his upcoming drama, "Third Person." In the film, actress Olivia Wilde plays the other woman in Liam Neeson's character's life, which called for plenty of love-making scenes between the two.
In one, Olivia disrobes in front of Liam, the actor jokingly admitted that he needed to do over fifty takes of that scene because he kept messing up on purpose.
Emotions run high as the viewer and Scott question whether this is a set up or not.
The film was released in the United States on 20 June 2014.
Just like the rest of us, the A-list still has to wake up every day and feed themselves (albeit often with the help of personal chefs), get dressed (again most of the time with the aid of a stylist), and put their shoes on one foot at a time all by themselves.
Well, unless you happen to be Liam Neeson, that is, in which case you enlist fellow actor Olivia Wilde to do it for you.
It was a meme around a photo of them snapped in Rome in 2012, while on the set of the the latter of the two movies, in which Wilde was squatting down tying Neeson’s shoe while he just stood there, chill as could be, waiting for her to finish. “You may be cool, but you’ll never be Liam Neeson getting his shoes tied up by Olivia Wilde cool,” the copy on the photo says." data-reactid="19"On Wednesday, Olivia Wilde, 33, gave a social media shout-out to birthday boy Liam Neeson, who was celebrating his milestone 65th, and it wasn’t just any throwback of her former co-star, with whom she appeared in 2010’s T.
It was a meme around a photo of them snapped in Rome in 2012, while on the set of the the latter of the two movies, in which Wilde was squatting down tying Neeson’s shoe while he just stood there, chill as could be, waiting for her to finish.
Rome: Scott (Adrien Brody), an American business man on a trip to Italy, falls in love with a Romanian woman, Monika (Moran Atias).