25-06-10

Brosnan Bonded

 

Brosnan Bonded

For the first time, former 007 star Pierce Brosnan will team up with his actor son Sean for the big screen.

Pierce, 57, will star in big-budget movie ‘Bonded’ alongside the 26-year-old.

The duo will play police officers in pursuit of a Mexican teenager smuggled into the US as a sweatshop worker.

Mo Ramchandani, a childhood friend of Brosnan junior, will direct the actors, who are also the executive producers of the flick.

“Pierce and Sean always said that they would find a project to work on together and this movie was seen as ideal. They have lots of screen time together, so it’s going to be a very special film for both of them,” the Daily Express quoted a source as telling. (ANI)

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13-06-10

Global Green awards Gala

Global Green awards Gala

source ; www.ineedmyfix.com

Pierce Brosnan and his wife Keely Shaye Smith attend last night’s Global Green USA’s 14th Annual Millennium Awards held at the  Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica.  The awards:

recognize and herald those whose lives and livelihood embody Global Green USA’s mission of fostering a global value shift toward a sustainable and secure world.

Pierce has long been into environmental causes and recently ripped President Obama a new one with regards to the Whale slaughtering that still exists in Japan, Iceland and Norway despite his campaign promise to end it.

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06-06-10

Brosnan call to save the whales

Brosnan call to save the whales

source ; people.com

As British spy James Bond, Pierce Brosnan battled many fictional bad guys – but now the actor is fighting for a good cause: He wants to help save the whales.

In a new PSA for the International Fund for Animal Welfare, Brosnan directly addresses President Barack Obama, telling him that "whales face more threats today than ever before" from everything from pollution to professional whalers to climate change.

"As a candidate you promised to end illegal whaling, and we applauded your leadership," says Brosnan. "But recent reports reveal your administration supports an international proposal, which gives Japan, Iceland and Norway the license to kill whales."