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Veteran Hollywood actor Liam Neeson, who is famous for movies like Taken, Schindler's List and many others, says that he is worried about the new generation for their habit of "replacing older items" than "repairing them."
"Overall, I feel today's generation prefers to replace older items rather than repair them. I'm pretty old-fashioned in that sense. They just don't fix things anymore. It gives me cause for worry," Said Liam Neeson in a statement.
Talking about his role in his movie Silence, Liam Neeson said he felt a similarity between him and the character in the movie.
"I was interested in 'Silence' because of where I was at in my own life with questions and thoughts about god, faith, science and everything else. I had to do a lot of internal convincing first." Said Neeson.
"I don't believe you can really have deep faith without deep doubt. It goes hand in glove. I'm convinced of that now," Neeson added.
Liam Neeson also stated that there has been a great shift of paradigm in Hollywood. He said that the new wave of cinema is more inclined towards projecting the world issues and giving major political insights to the audiences.
"Hollywood has had a lengthy history of producing films for the masses and the big shift in the last decade is now they're making films for global markets. If you can't cater to a global audience, your career span is shortened generally." The actor stated further.