*DVD 'I don't know how she does it' coming out soon March(BELGIUM) *Brosnan in Steven King's "Bag of Bones" *16th of May ; Pierce Brosnan's Birthday *The Bald Hairdresser ;Aug 2012 *Salvation Boulevard ; june 2011
Irish DreamTime projects Pierce Brosnan and Beau St. Clair formed their Los Angeles-based production company, Irish DreamTime, in 1996 with the goal of fostering new talent and producing independent and studio films.
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Pierce Brosnan "First Law"
Pierce Brosnan "First Law"
NEWS - The Argentian press is reporting that Pierce Brosnan and Armand Assante will be co-starring in a new film "Ley Primera" [The Law]. It will be filmed in 2012 in Argentina and New York. The plot of the film is about the slaughter of indigenous people in Argentina in 1924, and the destruction of their forests. Link to press report is below (in Spanish, with English translation)
FROM THE ARMCHAIR All about movies, actors and actresses, film, etc.. Saturday February 18, 2012 PIERCE BROSNAN and Armand Assante ("Ley Primera" [First Law])
As reported by [newspaper] Diario Norte [Journal North], is in pre-production Argentina-US co-production "Ley Primera" [first law] based on the right of Aborigines to land and tree felling, and discrimination and the slaughter of Napalpí [tribe] occurred in 1924.
Shall be construed in its main roles by Pierce Brosnan, Armand Assante on the American side and by Norma Aleandro, Rodrigo de la Serna and Luis Luque for Argentina.
The filming time is: 2 weeks in Los Angeles and New York, 4 weeks in Buenos Aires and 2 weeks in Chaco.
It will be released in the U.S., Chaco and Buenos Aires respectively, and their distribution is worldwide.
L.A. Eyeworks Announces New Publication: Sharon Stone, Patrick Dempsey, Other Stars Participate
Photographer Greg Gorman collaborated with the company to create a black-and-white photo book featuring celebs such as Laura Dern and Pierce Brosnan, alongside Andy Warhol, Iggy Pop and other legendary names.
A local realtor, Diane McClure of
Studio City, represented the buyer of Pierce Brosnan's gated, beachfront
Mediterranean-style home in Malibu for $2.6 million.
The estate was first listed for
$3.9 million in 2010.
Brosnan and his wife, former
broadcast journalist Keely Shaye Smith, built another home nearby, the Los
Angeles Times reported.
The property they sold has a space
for an office or media room and sits on about a quarter-acre, with a courtyard
fountain, flower boxes and hydrangea- lined pathways. The roughly
3,800-square-foot, three-bedroom house has arched windows and doorways, beamed
ceilings in the living room, walls of glass, plank oak and paver floors, several
balconies and fireplaces in the dining room, library, living room, master
bathroom and office space.
Brosnan, 58, played 007 in the
James Bond movie "Die Another Day" (2002), "The World Is Not Enough" (1999),
"Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997) and "GoldenEye" (1995). He became the fifth James
Bond in 50 years of Bond movies.. On the little screen, he starred in"Remington
Smith, 48, co-hosted of "Unsolved
Mysteries" from 1994 to 1997. The two married in 2001.
Ellen Francisco and Christopher
Cortazzo of Coldwell Banker's Malibu West office were the listing
released December USA & CDN hopefully soon across the rest of the world
&E Network presents “Stephen King’s Bag of Bones,” a four-hour epic miniseries based on The New York Times #1 bestselling novel, and featuring Pierce Brosnan’s return to television. The two-night event from Sony Pictures Television premieres on Sunday, December 11 and concludes on Monday, December 12, airing at 9PM ET/PT on both nights.
“Bag of Bones” is a ghost story of grief and lost love’s enduring bonds, about an innocent child caught in a terrible crossfire and a new love haunted by past secrets. Melissa George (“In Treatment”), Annabeth Gish (“Brotherhood”), Anika Noni Rose (Dreamgirls), William Schallert (“The Patty Duke Show”), Jason Priestley (“Beverly Hills, 90210”) and Caitlin Carmichael (“True Blood”) also star.
In “Bag of Bones,” bestselling novelist Mike Noonan (Brosnan) is unable to stop grieving after the sudden death of his wife Jo (Gish). Suffering from writer’s block, a dream inspires him to return to the couple’s lakeside retreat in western Maine. While there, Mike befriends an attractive young widow, Mattie (George) and her daughter Kyra (Carmichael), and becomes involved in a custody battle with the child’s enormously wealthy grandfather, Max (Schallert). Though his ability to write suddenly returns, Mike is plagued by ever-escalating nightmares and mysterious ghostly visitations from Sara Tidwell (Rose), a blues singer whose spirit lingers in the house. As he is haunted by the many secrets at the lake, Mike comes to realize that his late wife still has something to tell him.
“Bag of Bones” is produced by Sony Pictures Television for A&E.
Executive producers are Mark Sennet for Mark Sennet Entertainment, Inc., Mick Garris for Nice Guy Productions, Inc. and Stewart Mackinnon for Headline Pictures Limited. Brian Gary and David Davoli are the co-executive producers. Mick Garris directed the Matt Venne penned script, based on The New York Times #1 bestseller by Stephen King.
Oceana announced that Keely and Pierce Brosnan along with Jeff Bridges will be special guests at the 3rd annual SeaChange Summer Party—the yearly Orange County fundraising event supporting the international ocean conservation group.
“We are delighted that the Brosnans and Mr. Bridges will join us at the 2010 SeaChange Summer party,” said Valarie Whiting, Oceana Board Member and SeaChange Co-Chair along with Eve Kornyei. “Their support for Oceana’s ocean conservation efforts makes them a natural fit for this event and will surely help generate significant funding for the preservation of marine ecosystems worldwide.”
Last year’s event raised nearly $900,000 and was attended by 400 people, many of them Hollywood notables including Glenn Close, Morgan Freeman, Harrison Ford, Ted Danson, Jeff Goldblum, Anne Heche, and Diane Keaton.
This year’s event will take place on September 10th at Villa di Sogni, a private coastal home in Laguna Beach. To participate in Oceana’s SeaChange Summer Party visit seachangesummerparty.org.
The Irish actor said it was not until he lost the part, later taken on and toughened up by Daniel Craig, that he felt he was able to act properly again.
And despite making no secret of the fact he’d like to play Bond again after 2002’s Die Another Day, Pierce says he felt restricted by the role that catapulted him to the top of Hollywood’s A-list.
“I felt very shackled by Bond and didn’t want to rock the boat,” he says.
“You get tangled up in your own ego of how you’re perceived. You can lose your way.”
Pierce, 57, says it took several years to find his feet again after Bond and credits the 2005 comedy drama The Matador with finally helping him to let go of his desire to play the leading man after he was replaced as 007.
“It was good to actually act,” he remembers.
“I have said to my agents, ‘I want to work. I want to play character roles.’
“You can be a leading man for so long and it’s wonderful but there comes a time when you have to deal with life and move over on the stage.
“The Matador was a great confidence booster. I really felt like I got a transformation there of some sort.”
Perhaps it is a good job Pierce is over his desire to portray dashing heroes – his recent outing in Roman Polanski-directed The Ghost saw him play Adam Lang, a British prime minister accused of war crimes, whose story features many uncanny parallels to the premiership of Tony Blair