Neeson on Hearing Himself

Liam Neeson talks about hearing himself in EPISODE II.
Liam Neeson told SCI FI Wire that he wasn’t surprised to hear that the voice of Qui-Gon Jinn, his slain Star Wars: Episode I character, factors into the action in Star Wars: Episode IIĆ³Attack of the Clones. And he remained mum on his reported appearance in the upcoming Episode III. “I haven’t seen [Episode II],” Neeson said in an interview. “My sons told me about it, but I knew it was going to happen.”
In a spoiler for the latest prequel, Qui-Gon’s cry of “No, Ani!” can be heard as Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) massacres the Tusken raiders that murdered his mother, Shmi (Pernilla August). “I don’t know how they did that,” Neeson said. “We tried to record something here [in New York City, where Neeson lives]. But then they digitalized something and put it together and sent it to me, the way they can these days, to hear [and for his approval]. I thought, ‘That’s good.'”
As for whether Neeson will return in either corporeal or ghostly form for Episode III, Neeson said, “I can’t answer that. The Jedi code of ethics.”