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Liam Neeson On Teachers Cancelling Europe School Trips Because Of 'Taken'

Liam Neeson talks about parents not letting their children go on school trips to Europe over fears that they may be kidnapped like in 'Taken'.

"The parents of the kids had seen the 'Taken' films and pulled their children from the program thinking they were going to be kidnapped," Neeson says in an appearance on 'Live with Kelly and Michael'.

"The following year the teacher tried to get a smaller group of like 20 kids and again the parents withdrew the kids because of the kids."

"I felt really, really saddened by that," he said. "The principal apparently put his hands up saying 'I can't take a side in this.' It's sad."

"I told her, if any of her kids get taken, I'm coming after them," he joked.

January 30, 2015 |

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