With his new aeroplane thriller Non-Stop out now in cinemas, Liam Neeson has paid tribute to its director, Jaume Collet-Serra, describing him as "a wonderful storyteller on film".
Speaking to RTÉ TEN, Neeson said: "We did a picture four years ago called Unknown... I just clicked with him as a man."
Neeson continued: "He's great with this type of genre - he's made some very, very scary horror films in the past too. And I just know where I am with him.
"He's great with the big set-pieces and yet, before the camera [starts rolling], he always comes down to the actor - what your motivation is, what you might be thinking. He'll always throw you something left-of-field to think about."
Neeson and Collet-Serra recently completed shooting their third film together, Run All Night.
Read our Non-Stop review at: http://www.rte.ie/ten/reviews/movies/2014/0227/506591-non-stop/.