Live Stream Today: Actor Liam Neeson and Director Joe Carnahan Talk Surviving the Alaskan Wilderness and Upcoming Thriller “The Grey” With New York Times’s TimesTalks

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Today’s Live Stream of Exclusive Interview With Liam Neeson and Joe Carnahan Available Only on

WHAT: Award-winning actor Liam Neeson and director/writer Joe Carnahan sit down with New York Times columnist David Carr in an exclusive TimesTalks interview to give a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming action thriller “The Grey,” opening January 27th. The live stream of the interview will be available tonight only on, and viewers will have the chance to submit real-time questions to Neeson and Carnahan.

WHEN: Today, Tuesday, January 17th, at 7:00 pm EST

WHERE: Online at Viewers can purchase the live stream of the interview for $0.99. Purchasers will have the opportunity to submit a question for Neeson and Carnahan to be asked during the live interview. Purchasers will also be able to watch the video on-demand for 30 days following the interview.

Neeson and Carnahan first collaborated together on the 2010 action film “The A-Team.” The upcoming thriller “The Grey” finds the duo tackling extreme conditions as an Alaskan oil-drilling team struggles to survive weather and wolves following a plane crash.

TimesTalks is The New York Times's premier event program featuring intimate discussions with Times journalists and some of today's top talents and thinkers from the fields of film, theater, television, art, politics and more.

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