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Wednesday, 21 January 2009

Liam Neeson talks about The Dark Knight and his possible return as Ra’s Al Ghul

MTV caught up with Neeson during the Sundance Film Festival, and got his thoughts on both “The Dark Knight” and a potential return for his “immortal” character from the first film.

“You never know,” said Neeson of the likelihood that he’ll reprise the role of Ra’s Al Ghul. When asked whether Nolan has his number, Neeson answered, “He does, actually.”

In discussing “Dark Knight,” Neeson said “the tapestry of the story was quite wonderful,” but added that if he had one issue with the film, it was that it was “too long.”

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