If you thought your commute home during the bomb cyclone was tough, wait until you hear about Liam Neeson's trip home in his new movie, "The Commuter." Director Jaume Collet-Serra joins Cheddar to discuss his fourth collaboration with Neeson in seven years. Find out why Collet-Serra calls the film a spiritual sequel to 2014's "Non-Stop."
The director reveals what he's learned about Neeson during their four shared projects. He explains how he got the tall actor to fit on a set built to resemble a New York commuter train. He tells us why he's so drawn to action movies set on modes of transportation.
Finally, we ask Collet-Serra about Hollywood's hottest headline: Oprah for president. The Spanish-born filmmaker says his international perspective makes him no expert on American politics. However, he also points out that Winfrey wouldn't be the first Commander-in-Chief to come from the world of entertainment.