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Pierce Brosnan has Emma Thompson in fits of giggles as he
plays with his headwear while shooting scenes for Love Punch
PUBLISHED: 11:32 EST, 13 June 2012
They have been
filming their new flick Love Punch in the South of France and judging from
today's antics there's little doubt the film will be a comedy.
Thompson was left in stitches as she enjoyed a sail with her co-star Pierce
The 53-year-old actress was seen bursting into fits of
laughter while the pair shot scenes for their new flick.
Playing up to
the cameras: Pierce Brosnan left his co-star Emma Thompson in giggles as he
fooled around while filming a scene from their latest film Love Punch on a
Pierce appeared to be channeling his inner cowboy and was
dressed in a black shirt with white piping, black trousers, with a peculiar hat
on top of his head.
The pair, who play a divorced couple in the film,
were seen enjoying a boat ride together and Pierce certainly knew just how to
keep Emma entertained. Hold onto your hats: The British acting pair were seen
holding on to their headwear as they enjoyed the boat ride
Hold onto your
hats: The British acting pair were seen holding on to their headwear as they
enjoyed the boat ride
That's tickled her: Emma was seen in fits of
giggles as Pierce waved his peculiar hat around
All aboard: The pair were
seen filming scenes for the upcoming comedy where they play a divorced
The Bond star was seen waving his unusual headwear around in the
air, much to the amusement of his co-star.
Emma had her own hat on, a
floppy one, and was seen pulling it down at the sides.
actress was wearing a rather unusual costume for a sailing scene and she was
dressed in a glittering gold dress. How to exit a boat like a lady: Emma was
seen holding her gold skirt up as she made her way in and out of the boat while
Not only was it embellished with sequins but it also boasted
layers of netting around the skirt making it more suitable for a dinner party
that a ride in a dingy.
It wasn't quite clear what the characters were
doing aboard the boat but it did seem like jolly good fun, or at least Emma
seemed to think so.
With the pair shooting scenes in the sea Emma was
also seen on land having a break in between filming
Pierce Brosnan has joined the cast of 'The Coup', which will see him play a heroic government operative alongside 'Marley and Me' star Owen Wilson.
Pierce Brosnan has joined the cast of 'The Coup'.
The 58-year-old actor - who starred as James Bond in four films until Daniel Craig took over the role in 2005 - will play the part of a heroic government operative in the upcoming action movie.
'Marley and Me' star Owen Wilson will appear alongside Pierce when production of 'The Coup' begins in Southeast Asia this October, and producer Steve Alexander said he is ''thrilled'' to have Pierce on board.
He explained: ''Having Pierce step into the role of a mysterious and ultimately heroic government operative is the perfect complement to Owen's everyman dilemma.''
The script, which was co-written by 'Quarantine' director John Erick Dowdle and his brother Drew, revolves around an American family who move to Southeast Asia and find themselves entangled in a violent coup, where merciless rebels are attacking the city.
Steve added: ''When I first read the Dowdle's screenplay, I was immediately taken with how strongly it taps into that primal fear which any parent can relate to, when it comes to the safety and protection of their family.
The Navan-born actor also emerged as more popular than Roger Moore (84) in a US survey to find the best Bond of all time.
Pierce (58), who starred in four of the blockbusters, was runner-up in the poll by Vanity Fair magazine. Scottish screen legend Sean Connery (81) was the runaway winner with a massive 56 per cent of the votes, followed by Pierce with 10 per cent. Roger scored nine per cent while hunky Daniel (43) came fourth with just seven per cent.
Pierce Brosnan has confirmed his participation in FIRST LAW (LEY PRIMERA), a
USA/Argentina co-production directed by Diego Rafecas. The film's plot will
deal with the enviromental issues of the region, as well as the illegal
appropiation of national lands. The film will be shot in New York, Chaco, a
province in the north of Argentina, and Buenos Aires. It is yet unknown if the
Irish actor will shot scenes in Chaco or Buenos Aires and details of his role.
Opposite the GOLDENEYE star will be Argentinean actors Rodrigo de la Serna, Luis
Luque and renowed character actress Norma Aleandro. Some sources also point
out a young 21 year old boy is hoping to reach the actor and accomplish the
dream of his life ;)
This star-studded, invitation event offers a black tie dinner, live entertainment and dancing. The exclusive guest list has included Academy Award nominees, presenters and a number of internationally known stars.
The Children Uniting Nations Award Celebration and Viewing Dinner has in the past featured performances by Grammy Award winning artists including Chaka Kahn, Wyclef Jean, Jose Feliciano and Natalie Cole.
Children Uniting Nations (CUN) was founded in 1997 by Daphna Ziman, and is proactive in its approach to advocacy, awareness, academic/community based programs and support services for foster youth, at‐risk youth, families, and communities. CUN strives to build positive and supportive relationships through innovative academic/community mentoring programs throughout California.
The event takes place at the former Warner Brothers Estate in Beverly Hills at 4pm, February 26. More information can be found here.
Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival will be working in partnership with a number of film and television organizations in Los Angeles that includeThe Jim Henson Company, Walt Disney Animation Studios, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, HBO, 20th Century Fox, Remote Control Studios, Pepperdine University, Variety, New York Film Academy and Inner-City Arts to entertain and educate hundreds of young people through film and offer them the opportunity to attend educational q&a’s film screening, workshops and special events with leading industry professionals such as Cinemagic patron Pierce Brosnan.
The opening of the festival will be marked with a VIP evening in association with Ray Garcia’s Fig Restaurant and the Fairmont Miramar Hotel and Bungalows in Santa Monica at which the action packed 6-day program of events will be officially launched. Attendees at the opening will hear from Cinemagic Chief Executive, Joan Burney Keatings and 10 teenagers from Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland who are representing Cinemagic in Los Angles and who will present a short film they made as part of Cinemagic’s International Film Camp in 2011, which was comprised of young people from USA, Dubai, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland