Liam Neeson is taking a break from grief over wife Natasha Richardson's death to enjoy life with his family again - he took his sons, Michael, second from left, and Daniel, far right, to a Knicks game Wednesday night.
Liam Neeson got a happy reprieve from grief over wife Natasha Richardson's death as he took his two sons to a New York Knicks game Wednesday night, Us magazine reported.
Neeson, 56, and sons Michael, 13, and Daniel, 12, who recently returned from an Easter trip to Saint-Tropez, were all smiles as they watched the Knicks demolish the New Jersey Nets 102-73 at Madison Square Garden.
Natasha Richardson's sister Joely and mom Vanessa Redgrave, as well as Neeson's actor pal Aidan Quinn, joined the Neesons at the game.
Richardson died last month in New York after a freak ski accident caused fatal damage to her brain.
Actor Neeson, of "Kinsey" fame, recently signed on to film his first movie after his wife's passing - he'll play Zeus in the epic "Clash of the Titans."
Published at 11:09 PM EST on Jul 13, 2009