At her wedding in May 2009, actor Liam Neeson walked her down the aisle.
Look. The death of Natasha Richardson hit me harder than most celebrity deaths (because obviously the ‘98 Parent Trap had a major effect on my development), but I must say
Liam Neeson’s career took a pretty fascinating turn after it happened, and if one considers his persona’s major “character change” to have been a direct reaction to Richardson’s death…it’s almost sweet?
The man’s wife dies and he needs to continue acting to support himself and his children, so he only takes roles that allow him to be a bad ass who can literally overcome anything.
That’s awesome. That’s great. That’s coping.
Things Liam Neeson said in The Grey:
- no mas
Things the wolves said in The Grey:
There’s a scene near the end of The Grey when one of the characters is like, “Yo guys I can’t do this anymore. I give up. Y’all go on ahead. I’m just gonna sit on this stump and stare at the mountains and the river.” Another character is like, “Yo but we only have to walk one more mile,” but he’s like, “Nah. Can’t walk anymore. Give up.”
Then Christine looks at the river behind him and says (to the screen), “Just float. Hope floats.”
Then I bang my fist on the armrest and laugh for a few seconds.
My GIF review of The Grey.