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In addition to tackling the directorial duty, the 'A-Team' filmmaker is set to serve as the screenwriter for the upcoming action film about a man who goes vigilante after his family are slaughtered.
The Liam Neeson-starring film grosses a solid $19.6, beating other newcomers like 'One for the Money' which lands on the runner-up place, and 'Man on a Ledge' which opens on the fifth spot.
Animal-loving organizations are protesting on the film's portrayal of wolves as bloodthirsty animals, fearing that human will hunt them out of misunderstanding.
Recalling his difficult experience in shooting the thriller in the Alaskan wilderness, Neeson says that he was nearly 'curled up' and dead when he had to work on a 40 minus degrees set.
The promo video of the Liam Neeson-starring thriller gives a look at plenty of explicit scenes that include more carnage, dead bodies and a group of men fighting to survive from being eaten by wolves.
The 'Batman Begins' actor is the leader of a group of men who are stranded in Alaskan wilderness and must struggle to avoid being eaten by a vicious pack of rouge wolves.
In the survival-thriller, the actor will team up once again with 'The A-Team' helmer Joe Carnahan.