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Star Wars: Liam Neeson finally gives verdict on returning to franchise - 'I'll be honest'

Star Wars: Liam Neeson finally gives verdict on returning to franchise - 'I'll be honest'
STAR WARS has seen the exit of a number of massive heroes over the course of the nine mainline films so far - but Liam Neeson has confirmed he would be open to returning to the franchise after being killed off in Episode I.

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