"'Chloe' will continue with its production schedule focusing on scenes which feature other cast members. There are some scenes with Liam Neeson which have not been completed, however, we do not feel this is the time to address that matter. Our concern is for Liam and his family at this difficult time," the rep said in a statement to Access.
The status of the film was in question following the sudden death of Liam's wife, actress Natasha Richardson, on Wednesday. Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried also star in the drama.
Neeson is currently starring in surprise hit "Taken," which has grossed over $200 million worldwide.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, he has shot performances in the upcoming films "After Life" and "Five Minutes of Heaven," neither of which has distribution at this time, and remains attached to Stephen Spielberg's long-gestating "Lincoln" project.
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