Liam Neeson’s newest movie role was announced and guess what — his character wants revenge.

@sadmonsters, joking about Liam Neeson’s latest role, as a snowplow-driver-turned-skilled-killer in Hans Petter Moland’s upcoming film “Hard Powder.” The role continues a trope that began when the Irish actor starred in the 2008 action film “Taken,” going from ordinary man to hero bent on revenge. @trollprincess asked people to think up new professions for Neeson to pivot from and add a pun-filled title. @TheEmmaDilemma2 came up with: “Liam Neeson will play a bowling alley manager hell-bent on revenge in ‘Gutter Ball.’ ”

Kevin Spacey may have had a small role in “Billionaire Boys Club,” but it still only made $126 on opening day.

@delicateflower1, reacting to the box office numbers for “Billionaire Boys Club,” a crime-drama film that features disgraced actor Kevin Spacey. Although Spacey has a small role, distributor Vertical Entertainment released the movie first on video on demand last month. The film opened Friday in only eight theaters, netting just $126, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Since October, multiple people have accused Spacey of sexual assault.

They say a designer’s muse is sometimes unknown … but it’s pretty obvious Craig Green was thinking of the Michelin Man. 

@Ozzyy_96, joking about the styles in the new Moncler Genius clothing line, a collaboration with British designer Craig Green. The vests, coats, trousers and bags are made from matte nylon and packed with cotton down, and feature exaggerated silhouettes. Images of the clothes sparked a flood of comparisons on Twitter to sleeping bags, the Michelin Man and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man in “Ghostbusters.”

Ariana Grande is being praised for her emotional and honest talk about the importance of mental health monitoring. 

@MarkBrierley1, on singer Ariana Grande’s emotional interview with Beats 1 for her new album “Sweetener,” her first since a suicide bomber killed 22 people at her May 2017 concert in Manchester, England. Grande stressed the importance of mental health, referenced the anxiety she’s dealt with since the attack and said the album is her way of giving “a hug musically.”