Press Trust of India
October 22, 2012 15:42 IST
Neeson tries to keep fit in his everyday life so that filming takes less of a toll on him but it’s still tough.
Actor Liam Neeson says he is getting
worn-out for action roles because he is picking up more
injuries while performing stunts.
While the Taken 2 star loves his evolution into an
action star, the 60-year-old said he sometimes struggles with
the stunts, reported Daily Star.
"It has started to hurt. The knees squeak quite a lot.
I'll do stunt work until my knees give up. In the interim I
love making these movies because it appeals to the little boy
in me," he said.
Neeson tries to keep fit in his everyday life so that
filming takes less of a toll on him but it's still tough.
"Although I keep pretty fit otherwise but there's a
considerable amount of fight choreography, training and
rehearsing. Particularly in the last encounter scene we have
in Taken 2. It's not superhero stuff. It's ugly and
violent and tiring," he added.