Here's the tempest-in-a-teapot quote attributed to Liam Neeson by the Daily Mail, pertaining to how - if at all - he (Neeson) "squares" the Christian background underlying the "Narnia" movies - in which he voices Aslan, essentially Christ in the form of a talking lion - with his own outlook:
"Aslan symbolises a Christ-like figure but he also symbolises for me Mohammed, Buddha and all the great spiritual leaders and prophets over the centuries." (emphasis mine.)
Pretty cut-and-dry, right? And note the specific use of the qualifier "for me" (twice in the actual article) to specify that he's speaking of his own interpretation of the character as opposed to projecting onto the books or their author.
So... how was this "reported" by Andrew Breitbart's right-wing "Big Hollywood" site?
"LIAM NEESON: C.S. LEWIS WAS WRONG, NARNIA BOOKS ALSO ABOUT MOHAMMAD"