Liam Neeson's lands new role in thriller

Liam Neeson to star in new thriller

Liam Neeson is working his socks off.

Neeson is set to play the role of a doctor who wakes up from a coma to discover that he has been replaced in life and work by another man.

Neeson, who will play the role of Dr. Martin Harris, gets into a car accident with his wife while visiting Berlin leaving him fighting for his life in a coma.

The plot of the movie - called "Unknown White Male" finds Neeson frenziedly searching for the truth about why his life has been robbed from him.

He is helped by a young woman.

Warner Brothers are linked to the Joel Silver's Dark Castle movie.

"Orphan's" Jaume Collet-Serra directs from a script by Oliver Butcher and Stephen Cornwell

Karl Gadjusek, who wrote the screen play for "Taken" - one of Neeson's latest thrillers that was superbly successful in the box office, is also writing the script for "Unknown White Male."

Also staring alongside Neeson will be January Jones, Diane Kruger, Frank Langella and Aidan Quinn.

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