If you thought that Liam Neeson was finished with action movies, you're wrong. Dead wrong. More dead than a criminal that's just had his neck snapped by Liam Neeson.

The Ballymena bruiser's next movie will see him playing an average everyman named Nels Coxman who operates a snowplow in a small Colorado ski-town with his wife, Laura Dern. However, his life goes abruptly off the rails when his son is murdered by a local drug cartel and Coxman decides to take the law into his own hands - and begins murdering said local drug cartel with his snowplow.

The name of the movie? Are you ready for this? 'Hard Powder'.


The movie will be directed by Hans Petter Moland, who previously made the excellent 'In Order Of Disappearance' with Stellan Skarsgard, and is essentially a Hollywood remake of that movie. Neeson has stated that this will be his final action role, and given that he turned 66 a couple of months ago, it makes sense that he's giving himself a break for murdering people on screen.

'Hard Powder' will arrive in cinemas in February 2019.