Monday, November 14, 2005

When An Old Man Rants: Pierce Brosnan Will You Ever Grow Up?


Pierce Brosnans Four Letter Bond Rant
November 14, 2005, 1:46:57
PIERCE BROSNAN is still fuming about being dropped as JAMES BOND - and plans to use his role in new movie THE MATADOR to show 007 movie bosses what they are missing out on.

The 52-year-old Irish actor was judged to be too old to continue as the world's most famous superspy, and has been replaced by DANIEL CRAIG, 37.

He rants, "When the fuckers try and hem you in with Bond, it's great to come back with The Matador.

Pierce Brosnans Four Letter Bond Rant
November 13, 2005, 1:46:57
PIERCE BROSNAN is still fuming about being dropped as JAMES BOND - and plans to use his role in new movie THE MATADOR to show 007 movie bosses what they are missing out on.

The 52-year-old Irish actor was judged to be too old to continue as the world's most famous superspy, and has been replaced by DANIEL CRAIG, 37.

He rants, "When the fuckers try and hem you in with Bond, it's great to come back with The Matador.

It's great to say, 'Fuck you, arsehole. Fuck you who wouldn't give me a job. "'Fuck you who thought I was some wuss. Fuck you, who thought I was a pretty boy. Fuck you, who thought anything of me without even knowing me or giving me the chance.
"'Fuck you.' But when you go around with all that inside you all the time, you end up completely mangled so you have to let it go."

My comment:
Imagine an old man sulking like a kid over being dropped from playing James Bond!
I bet James Bond 007 was like a life-line to Pierce Brosnan and without it, he would be back to where he was picked from in the first place-Hollywood's Archives.

He needs to continue playing James Bond to boost his ego.

Sorry old guy, no more gloating over being James Bond to woo the impressionable ladies. You are now "OYO"-On Your Own.

George Clooney will play James Bond 007 better than all those British actors, minus Sir Sean Connery the Scottish actor who is already honoured to receive the American Film Institute's (AFI) highest honour, its life achievement award.

2 comments:

Beau said...

You need a large ego to play Bond well, so it's not surprising that he would react in a childish manner to being dumped for a younger actor. The Bond movies have become so formulaic, and predictable, so they need some new magic to get back on course. Blowing things up ad nauseum to finish the movies isn't working too well either.

Orikinla Osinachi. said...

I want the producers to consider American actors to play James Bond oo7.

Harrison Ford would have been perfect as James Bond ten years ago.

George Clooney will be perfect in the role.