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The last vampire saga predictably will take the first position in the box office this weekend with such cume.
The Liam Neeson actioner still performs strong on its second weekend, defeating such newcomers as 'Argo', 'Sinister', 'Here Comes the Boom' and 'Seven Psychopaths'.
Talking about the possible third installment for the Liam Neeson-starring film franchise, screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen says, 'It's going to go in another direction.'
While the 'Taken' sequel scores the biggest ever October debut for a PG-13 film, Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' has a sluggish opening despite the fact that it receives glowing reviews.
As his ex-wife is taken by a gang of mobsters during a vacation in Turkey, Liam's Bryan Mills must go back in action to save his family and take out the kidnappers one by one.
Returning as CIA operative Bryan Mills, Liam also discusses his character development in the upcoming sequel to 2008's 'Taken'.