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Liam Neeson’s Santa audition is everything you want it to be


Ever wondered what Bryan Mills has been doing since Taken 3? Auditioning as a terrifying mall Santa, that’s what.

While on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Liam Neeson dashed hopes for Taken 4, saying that there are only so many times his daughter can get taken (fair). But he gifted us with this sketch where reprises his role as the killing machine who decides Santa doesn’t need a soft side.

Neeson’s Santa is “an eye in the sky bringing swift judgement” and threatening reindeer.

You’d run a mile if he came down your chimney.



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