Liam Neeson says he is proud of’Star Wars: The Phantom Menace’

Liam Neeson says he's proud of 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace'

Liam Neeson says he is thrilled to have been part of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.

The actress spoke of his function from the frequently reviled 1999 movie from the prequel trilogy, broadly thought of as a collapse among Star Wars fans.

“I enjoy the movie,” Neeson started in a meeting with Andy Cohen on his SiriusXM radio series. “I am proud of this and thrilled to have been part of it. I must become a Jedi. I must play those amazing lightsabers and things. It had been brilliant, Andy, it actually was.”

Assessing the response to this character played with his own co-star Ahmed Best, the Gungan warrior Jar Jar Binks, Neeson shared his own disappointment.

“He turned into a great deal of criticism, so I suggest to the point at which it actually hurt his profession,” the actor said.

“And now I must mention once I was creating that movie… that he was most likely among the funniest men and talented men I’ve ever worked together. I remember calling my previous agent, and that I said’Listen, I believe I have only worked with all the newest Eddie Murphy’.

He continued:”And I believe that… he’d us laughing. Adding George Lucas.”

In other Star Wars news, Ewan McGregor has stated that the forthcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi show in development at Disney+ can be a standalone period. The untitled project is set to begin production next Spring.

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Alice Jacob

Alice Jacob

Alice is the senior writer, responsible for Hollywood movies news at thenewspocket. She is also very passionate about the stars and always looking around to use them in an innovative way in daily life.

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