Mark Wahlberg has told RTÉ Entertainment that he would like to get Liam Neeson to star in a third Daddy's Home film, after he made a brief voice cameo in Daddy's Home 2.

Daddy's Home 2 sees Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell return as co-dads Dusty and Brad, with Mel Gibson and John Lithgow joining proceedings as their respective on-screen fathers. Gibson and Lithgow aren't the only Hollywood stars to appear, however, with Liam Neeson also making a small cameo.

In the film, Dusty and Brad's extended family go to the cinema to see a Liam Neeson-starring Christmas action movie, Missile Tow. Neeson lent his voice to the scenes and if Wahlberg has his way, we could be seeing more from him in a third instalment.

"Fantastic, we gotta get him in the next one, maybe he'll be the star of Daddy's Home 3!" Wahlberg told RTÉ Entertainment at the Irish premiere of Daddy's Home 2.

Mel Gibson, Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell and John Lithgow in Dublin

Ferrell also praised Neeson, saying he "didn't even hesitate" to get on board.

"He's someone that we thought we could give a call to, and we needed some sort of tough action hero-type actor," said Ferrell. "And Liam didn't even hesitate, he was like, 'I'll do it' and he was so sweet and does a very funny voiceover at the end of the movie."

Daddy's Home 2 hits cinemas on November 22, with previews on November 18 and 19.

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