Maggie Grace has hinted that a third Taken movie is on the cards.
The actress played the daughter of Liam Neeson's character in the first two films, released in 2008 and this year, and admitted she could see herself reprising the role if there was a third big screen outing.
"I think it's a strong possibility," she told E! News. "They're a lot of fun to make. And I think if Liam's game, [writer] Luc Besson is full of ideas."
Maggie, 29, also revealed that if Liam isn't keen to play protective dad and former CIA agent Bryan Mills again, she would be happy to see her character step up and face some action.
"I would love to see the character become more empowered and more of a woman," she said.
Liam has previously said that any further sequel should centre around Maggie's character after she impressed him with her action skills in Taken 2.
The actress can next be seen as Irina in the final Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn - Part 2.