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Pierce Brosnan will not appear in 'Deadpool' sequel

Pierce Brosnan will not appear in 'Deadpool' sequel

Los Angeles [USA], Apr. 6 : Rumours about who will portray the role of Cable in the sequel of 'Deadpool' don't seem to stop churning, but according to Pierce Brosnan, the makers have not found their man yet.

The 63-year-old-actor, during his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live told that he was not approached to play Cable in the sequel of 'Deadpool,' reports The Hollywood Reporter.

While talking to the host Jimmy Kimmel, the actor said, "Not true. Nothing has come my way yet. It's completely made up."

Would never have entered into agreement to promote dangerous product: Brosnan

Would never have entered into agreement to promote dangerous product: Brosnan

Washington D.C. [US], Oct. 21 : After getting trolled on the social media for endorsing Indian mouth freshener company 'Pan Bahar', Pierce Brosnan has issued a clarification, saying he is deeply shocked and saddened to know that the product includes ingredients which cause cancer.

The 'Gloden Eye' star has also demanded the company to take out his image from all their products.

The 63-year-old bond star in his statement to People Magazine said that he has the "greatest love and affection for India and its people" and sensitivity for health issues.

Bond in pan masala ad provokes social media hilarity

Bond in pan masala ad provokes social media hilarity

New Delhi [India], Oct. 7 : Internet was shaken and stirred after India woke up to an advertisement showing James Bond played by Pierce Brosnan treasuring Pan Bahar as his sole spy gadget.

Twitteratis are still sharing pictures of the ad and Bond dialogues converted into hilarious memes.

One fellow wrote, "Pierce Brosnan's new line, 'My name is bond, *spits pan bahar James Bond.'#Piercebrosnan #panbahar"

Pierce Brosnan to return to TV with 'The Son'

Pierce Brosnan to return to TV with 'The Son'

Los Angeles, June 7 : Actor Pierce Brosnan, who famously portrayed James Bond in films like "Golden Eye", "Die Another Day" and "The World Is Not Enough", is set to star in AMC's drama TV series "The Son".

Brosnan is replacing Sam Neill who was originally cast in the role but left for personal reasons, reports deadline.com.

This marks only the second major TV series for Brosnan three decades after his starring role on the 1982 NBC adventure dramedy (drama comedy) "Remington Steele".

Pierce Brosnan backs Colin Salmon to be next Bond

Pierce Brosnan backs Colin Salmon to be next Bond

Washington, Feb 19 - Pierce Brosnan, who played the role of James Bond earlier, has backed Colin Salmon to be the next James Bond.

'The November Man' actor said in an interview with Radio Times that the 52-year-old English actor could be a good choice as he would mark as the first black man who would be playing the character of James Bond rather than a white man, E! Online reported.

The 61-year-old Irish actor added that Daniel Craig has made his mark gloriously, and wished that the best man get the job and may Craig bring home the bacon for as long as he wants.

Pierce Brosnan lost 'Angela's Ashes' flick for being 'too handsome'

Pierce Brosnan lost 'Angela's Ashes' flick for being 'too handsome'

Washington, Aug 22 : Pierce Brosnan has revealed that he wasn't cast in 'Angela's Ashes' adaptation for being deemed "too handsome".

The James Bond star had given a call to Frank McCourt, who's the author of the 1996 memoir in hopes of being cast in the film adaptation, but was told by the author that he was too handsome for it, Huffington Post reported.

Pierce Brosnan gets strength from faith

Pierce Brosnan

York - Former James Bond star Pierce Brosnan credits his faith for helping him through tough times, such as the death of his first wife.

The 61-year-old actor was left devastated when his first wife Cassandra Harris died from ovarian cancer in 1991 and his adopted daughter Charlotte succumbed to the same disease last year, and thinks his religious beliefs and upbringing have given him the strength he needed to carry on, reportedly.

Pierce Brosnan says he was never good enough as James Bond

Pierce Brosnan says he was never good enough as James Bond

London, Apr 13 : Pierce Brosnan has revealed that he was never good enough as James Bond and he gets a horrible feeling when he watches his movies again.

The 'Bond' star asserted that he felt that he was caught in a time warp between Roger Moore and Sean Connery and it was a very difficult one to grasp the meaning of for him, the Daily Star reported.

The 60-year-old actor said that it might have had to do with his own insecurities in playing him as well and he has no aspiration to watch himself as Bond.

Brosnan revealed that there was enough time between him being Bond and now. (ANI)

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