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Liam Neeson & Julian Morris Suit Up for 'Mark Felt' NYC Premiere

Liam Neeson looked sharp at the New York premiere of his new movie Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House!

The 65-year-old actor hit the red carpet for the big night on Thursday (September 21) at the Whitby Hotel in New York City.

He was joined by his co-stars Julian Morris and Brian d’Arcy James as well as director and writer Peter Landeseman.

The Village‘s Celia Weston, Elementary‘s Aidan Quinn, and Requiem for a Dream‘s Christopher McDonald also stepped out to show their support.

ICYMI, see what Julian had to say about what it was like working with Liam.

Mark Felt tells the real-life story of the man who went under the alias “Deep Throat” and helped journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the Watergate scandal in 1974.

Don’t miss it when it hits theaters on September 29!

15+ pictures inside of Liam Neeson and more at the premiere… More Here! »

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Ethan Hawke On Donald Trump's Presidency: 'The Artistic Community Thrives When Fascists Are in Charge'

Ethan Hawke has some thoughts about President-elect Donald Trump!

“In general, the artistic community thrives when fascists are in charge. So the only upside is that people in the arts now are motivated,” the 46-year-old actor recently told THR.

“Look the upset around the Nixon administration and the Vietnam War and what happened with music,” Ethan added. “And the films of the 1960s and ’70s are still seen as a high-water mark. People who cherish equality and fairness, who celebrate the diversity and the human spirit in all people, are feeling punched in the gut.”

Last night (November 27), Ethan got support from his Reality Bites co-star Winona Ryder while attending a special screening of his film Born to be Blue alongside director Robert Budreau at The Roxy Hotel in New York City.

Also in attendance to show their support for the upcoming film was Michael Stuhlbarg, Celia Weston and Paul Haggis.

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