Neeson would also like to let fans know that he wasn't serious when he said that his days as an action star are over, promising he still has a couple more left in him.
"It was slightly blown out. I was just in one of those moods at the Toronto Film Festival where someone said, 'Well, what about action movies?' I was feeling my age that morning. I said, 'I'm 60-bleep-bleep-5! Give me a break, guys,'" he explained. "But no, there's a couple more in the pipeline we're hoping to do."
Meanwhile, in August, it was revealed that an Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone film is reportedly in the works, with Ewan McGregor expressing his interest in reprising his Star Wars: Episode I role. So would Neeson be up for portraying Qui-Gon Jinn once again?
"That's the first I've heard of this and no one has approached me," he told ET. "No, I haven't heard. I know there's lots of spinoffs of the Stars Wars. I hear about that but no, nothing about my character. That's the first I've heard of it."
But would he be interested?
"How much?" he jokingly asked, pretending to pick up a phone.
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