We already know about Benedict Cumberbatch being distantly related to most of the genuine people he plays (Alan Turing and Richard III in particular), and anyone that hasn’t spotted a distinct family resemblance between Joan …
In A Long Way Down, Pierce Brosnan has taken on a very timely role in playing a British TV personality who has fallen from grace. In the U.K.
John Cleese is a forthright man, unafraid of airing his version of events that he has participated in and equally unafraid of the consequences.
Former 007 Pierce Brosnan (Die Another Day) steps back into action, taking on the role of former CIA Agent Devereaux in the film November Man, reports ComingSoon.net.
While lots of people fancy themselves as a bit of a Bond, there are subtle shades of personality in each movie depiction of 007, enough to represent a broad selection of humanity. But the question is, which one are you?
Just as bookies all over the world are taking bets on the next Pope, they’re offering wagers on who will win Oscars. British bookmaker William Hill even has a kind of movie version trifecta, a special Lincoln bet bundle.
File this under Too Good To Make Up: the first Technicolor movie Pierce Brosnan remembers ever seeing was Goldfinger, the 1964 James Bond film starring Sean Connery as Agent 007.
You don’t have to shake or stir beer. But that’s not the reason you’re going to be seeing James Bond drinking a brewski instead of a Stoli in at least one scene in Skyfall.
Former 007 Pierce Brosnan is returning to the small screen? That’s the word from Deadline.com, which reports that Brosnan will star in an as-yet-untitled “investigative thriller” from ER writer/producer Jack Orman.
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