Ex-James Bond Pierce Brosnan doesn’t care about James Bond

Pierce Brosnan is a man of many talents. The Irish actor played a hot potential stepdad who is allergic to pepper in Mrs. Doubtfire. He was the James Bond of the 1990s in GoldenEye, Tomorrow never dies, The world is not enough, and Die another day. In perhaps his most significant role of all, Brosnan offered the world his gift of song as one of the would-be fathers in 2008. oh mama and 2018 Mamma Mia: here we go again.

Despite playing James Bond for almost a decade, Brosnan doesn’t give a damn about James Bond, as evidenced by a recent interview in which he cast a subtle shadow over no time to die and literally said he didn’t care who played the British spy next. In the interview with GQ UK, the actor, who is promoting his upcoming DC movie black adam opposite The Rock, said this when asked who he thinks should play the next James Bond:

“Who should do it? I don’t care,” Brosnan said. “It will be interesting to see who they get, who the man will be. Whoever he is, I wish him good luck.

In the article, the author noted that Brosnan said all of this in a “tone that indicates it may not be really interesting”. Personally, I’m obsessed with Brosnan’s energy and hope to get something out of it.

Brosnan also shared his take on the Craig collection with some kind words about the 2012s. Rainfall, but he had nothing nice to say about last year’s one No time to die, which marked the end of the Craig Bond saga by killing off the character. “I saw the last and I saw Heavy rain. I like Heavy rainBrosnan said. “I’m not too sure about the last one. Daniel always gives from his heart. Very brave, very strong. But…”

In a separate video interview shared on QG YouTube channel (and featured above), Brosnan said he loved Craig’s performance in the franchise. “I have the greatest admiration for Daniel Craig and what he did. The physique he brought to the performance was monumental.

(Going through United Kingdom)

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