"Exclusive interview" Pierce Brosnan


"Exclusive interview" Pierce Brosnan

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Brosnan interview on Percy Jackson


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Exclusive interview "Brosnan & McGregor"


 Exclusive interview "Brosnan & McGregor

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Exclusive "On set" pics "The Ghost"

Exclusive "On set" pics "The Ghost"

On the set of the movie "The Ghost" at Charlottenstrasse (Berlin) with a fake advertisment showing the face of Pierce Brosnan 

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Exclusive Brosnan interview "The Greatest"

Brosnan interview " The Greatest"

Pierce Brosnan may tell you that singing with Meryl Streep in Mama Mia was intimidating, but in his latest movie, The Greatest, that just premiered at Sundance to rave reviews, the Irish actor goes places, emotionally, he has never gone before, playing a grief-stricken father opposite Susan Sarandon.

In this exclusive interview, Brosnan talks about the challenges he had preparing for this role and the conscious decision he made not to have in family around during filming. He talked one-on-one to Paul Fischer in Park City.

Question: Did this film come to you as an actor first and then as a producer? Or were they both kind of – synchronized?

Brosnan: They came to Irish DreamTime as producing, acting. And Bo said, “Read this.” And I read it, and I thought it was wonderful, then I threw it under the bed, and I said, “I just – let it lie there.” Literally put it under the bed. I have a little house, out and away. I didn’t really want to go there, just because it was so well-founded by Shana, and the emotions of it. And then Bo kept on at me, saying, “Read it again. Read it again.” And I read it again. I said, “All right, let’s meet with Shana and Lynette, the producer.” And I said, “Okay. Let’s go ahead, let’s do it.”

Question: Was this, in some ways, the most intimidating character you’ve had to play for a while? I mean, I know that Mamma Mia had a different sense of intimidation about it, but in terms of getting into a character, the acting side of it. Where you had to go to places where you haven’t really been for a while.

Brosnan: Well, I haven’t played this emotional register since I was really a young actor. I mean, I’ve steered away from it, in some respects, and taken an easier road. And also, I haven’t been really offered them. So that’s the great thing about having your own company. You get offered these pieces like The Matador, or Evelyn. There was enough of my own life history in there as a father, to explore this character. I know a little bit about grief.

Question: I was going to ask you. I mean, you’ve had it rough.

Brosnan: We all have it rough one way or the other, at some point.

Question: Did you reflect on that time in your life, in order to play the grief?

Brosnan: You certainly use your life’s history of pain. There’s enough pain in there to draw upon. And it was also in the writing, too. When writing like this comes along, it taps in there pretty easily. And then your casting. You begin to cast, and you look – I call Susan up. And I say, “Look. I hear that you like this.” I left a message on her machine, and I said, “I love it. I’m gonna do it, come hell or high water. And I don’t know what you’re doing over the summer, but why not?” And she called me back the next day, and she said, “You got me with ‘why not?’” So once Susan was on board, she is such a – such a talent. And fearless. Then y begin to put the cast together. Carey Mulligan’s screen test was beautiful. So when you’re with great actors, then you get a lot. You get a lot back. Then you just have to prepare yourself emotionally. And it’s – ironically, the first scene we shot, the very first day of shooting, and my very first day, was my breakdown sequence at the bed. That was it. And there was no way around it. I said, “Hey, guys. Come on, give me a break here. You know, I haven’t swam in these waters in a long time.” So – there was no way around it. You know, when you’re on a small budget, and small time restraint. We had to shoot that day, there and then. It was the only day we could get the hospital.

Question: How do you leave something like this behind at the end of the work day? Do you just look forward to going back and spending time with your own family, and reminding yourself that –

Brosnan: Well, work like this is best done alone and I was away from the family. It’s sometimes better to be by yourself. It’s much more productive, when you’re doing something like this.

Question: Was that very reflective for you?

Brosnan: Yeah. You reflect. You become very solitary about it. And, you know, you have your journal, and you have your art, and paint, and you have your music, guitar, or whatever. And you have all those tools at hand, and your music, and your hotel room. And just – it was in New York City, I adore. So it gave me time to be by myself and walk in the park, and think about this bad [INAUD], and grace. And just – live the part.

Question: Do you see this film as being a film about healing, as well as about grief?

Brosnan: I think it’s a study on grief, but it’s definitely about rebirth, and definitely about healing. It’s about that. It’s unabashedly about grief. I mean, the sequence in the limo. The accident, and the scene in the limo, the hammer drops there for the audience. And you are with this family. You’re with this mother and father and son, and their grief.

Question: Now when the camera is close up on you, there is a distinct feeling that everything you’re saying, you’re saying in your face. How difficult is it for you to do silence, as an actor?

Brosnan: Hopefully you’ve got an inner life going. Hopefully, you have something there. You’re present, in the piece. And I don’t know how to talk about it, really.

Question: Is it a difficult process? Do you intellectualize it? Or is it very instinctive for you?

Brosnan: It’s really instinctive. I’m not very good at discussing it. And, you know, we had a week of rehearsals. And Susan is a very articulate lady, and she could talk on any subject. I’m much quieter. And Carey was very articulate. The director, Shana, is very bright and articulate. I find it very hard to express myself. I can do it, I hope. But I’ve never been good at talking about it, really. I can talk about it up to a point. But thenif it’s good, if it’s on the page, let me do it. Let me move it. Let me get up and act it.

Question: Does this encourage you to want to go now, for things that really get you to act in ways that you’ve never had a chance to do?

Brosnan: Yes. Yes. You know, I wish I’d done it sooner. But I hadn’t. I came to America, and I did Remington and I should have probably explored the avenues of drama. But I kind of coasted on a nice plateau.

Question: Well, Bond is something that obviously gave you opportunities that you would never have, perhaps, had.

Brosnan: Yeah. The Bond franchise was brilliant timing. And was – I’m forever grateful to play that role, and to be part of that coterie of men, that small club. And, you know, from that, it allowed me to create Irish DreamTime, and make my own movies, which wouldn’t necessarily come my way. Like The Matador, or like this film, The Greatest.

Question: What’s your next project? Do you know?

Brosnan: With Marleen Gorris, it’s called Heaven and Earth and I’m going off to South Africa, to do this film, set in 1826, about the first Governor of Capetown. It’s a true story about Lord Charles Somerset, who falls in love with his doctor. And then I’m going to work with Mr. Roman Polanski on The Ghost.

Question: And what’s happening with Topkapi?

Brosnan: We are full steam ahead. Full steam ahead. If we do not have it by this year, then we shall just say we gave a best effort. But Mary Parent is a magnificent supporter of the piece. Mr. Paul Verhoeven is still with us as a director and we have great executives over there at MGM now, who are passionate to make this film. So, we have a fabulous writer.

Question: Were you surprised that the biggest film you’ve starred in since James Bond was a musical?

Brosnan: Yes. Yes. I would never have guessed that, in a million years. But it was a great film to be a part of. but for me, I just love the world of independent filmmaking, going off and making these pictures. And if 12 people see it, then so be it. But just to make movies – it’s great if something like this comes along, and possibly can have a high profile.

Question: I know I’m not the only one who cried so much during The Greatest..

Brosnan: It’s good to cry. It’s good to cry. I mean, it’s great to laugh, but it is great to cry, because there’s so much pain in us all, that to connect to something like this, it’s good.

Question: Is this the best time for you in your life, personally and professionally? Are you having the best time in your life?

Brosnan: I’ve had a great time. I’ve had a great time all the way through this life of acting. I’ve loved every moment of it. Everything I’ve done, I’ve enjoyed. Whether they’ve hated it, criticized it, never saw it. I – just that I got to work and make a living, and create a life for my wife and children.

Question: How do you remain so nice?

Brosnan: I don’t know. I don’t know. I have no idea. I just like people, and I love what I do and, you know, you just keep showing up.

Question: Do you still live in Hawaii?

Brosnan: We’ve been living out there, yeah. We live in Kauai. We’re up there, but we’re back in Malibu now. We have to. The boys have got to go to school, and stuff like that. I’ve got to pay attention to some of these pictures going on I’m trying to do. And it’s very hard to do it from over there.

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Interview P.Brosnan, Colin Firth,Stellan SKarsgard

Exclusive Interview

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PIERCE Brosnan, Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgard talk about overcoming their terror to sing and dance in Mamma Mia: The Movie and why Phyllida Lloyd proved such a perfect director for her first feature film.

Brosnan also talks about the magic of getting a front row seat and watching Meryl Streep sing Winner Takes It All in front of him, while Firth ponders why the Greeks were so welcoming during filming.

Q. Pierce, this is as far from James Bond as you can possibly get. What appealed to you about Mamma Mia?
Pierce Brosnan: Meryl Streep. My agent called me and said: “I have a job: Meryl Streep, Mamma Mia, Greece.” I said: “I’m in.” It was as simple as that. Mamma Mia, for me, was just a poster on the side of a bus and the great songs of Abba, which I knew. But I didn’t know the story.

Q. But you’ve never sung before in a film, so that must have been absolutely petrifying?
Pierce Brosnan: Well, I made a movie called Evelyn and I sang in that… but that was kind of Irish pub songs and ballads, not the subtle complexities of SOS. So, I saw the show and was terrified about what was waiting for me. But I had quick support and I kind of got the joke of being in it.

Q. Had you seen the stage show before taking the role?
Pierce Brosnan: I’d seen it in London last February and that’s when the invitation came through my agent. He asked if I’d see the show and hang around to meet Phyllida [Lloyd] and the producers. So, I went with my children and realised I’d said yes to this production and didn’t know who I was playing [laughs]. I knew I was a dad, but not which one. I sat there before the curtain came up and wondered: “What have I said yes to?” But then I thought: “Well, Meryl’s doing it.” But then the songs just came flooding back and there was such enthusiasm for them it, just like everybody else in the theatre, that I was eventually singing and dancing.

Q. Meryl Streep has previously said that you were sweating with fear. Was there a lot of trepidation when it came to tackling the songs?
Colin Firth: Yes, we came together, got to know each other and it’s how we became such a family. But I think blind terror is a very bonding quality. I showed up on the first day of pre-record terrified of Benny and Bjorn. I’d heard they were hard task-masters and they’d booked three days to record a three minute song. My mind boggled as to how they would fill those days. I imagined myself in floods of tears while they shook their heads and forced me to do another take. But I turned round to face Pierce and I was staring into a vortex of fear and it was the same with Stellan. And I suddenly realised we weren’t alone. Within half an hour we were like the Andrews sisters around the microphone…

Pierce Brosnan: Bjorn has said that we looked like three frightened schoolboys coming into the studio that first morning.

Q. Stellan, you’ve said that you normally only dance when drunk…
Stellan Skarsgard: Actually, I don’t remember! Yes, only late at night and amongst friends. And it really hurts dancing sober. Your entire body says: “No, this is not right!” But it was terrifying. I realised very soon that we were in this type of boot camp with platforms for what felt like weeks and weeks and weeks doing just one song, Voulez-Vous. There are some absolutely bizarre steps to that. I realised that I was never going to be able to do it. But then I thought that if the shot is framed so they can see my feet, they can’t see my face so they won’t know it’s me! And if they’re close enough to see my face, then they couldn’t see my feet. So, I either acted like I was doing the steps with my head [motions concentration] or with my feet [sticks his tongue out and looks clueless].

Q. Did you ever have a situation where the locals in Greece were singing the songs back to you and you needed to keep them at bay?
Colin Firth: I never felt anything. We were either welcomed or completely ignored really. Frankly, I think the Abba factor was the thing that got people excited, as well as the presence of people like Meryl and Pierce. But I think if you live on Skopelos and you haven’t seen Mamma Mia you’ll probably still know all the songs. So, I think people were extremely happy about the film being there.

Q. If you had to put together a film based on the music of a favourite singer, who would it be?
Pierce Brosnan: Bruce Springsteen actually. I’d love to see a musical of his songs. There’s such poetry in his music.
Colin Firth: My son suggested Radiohead. It wouldn’t be uplifting and there wouldn’t be much dancing in the aisles…
Stellan Skarsgard: I don’t know. I’m speechless.

Q. Meryl Streep confessed that being on location was just one big laughter fest. Can one have too much fun, or was there some discipline as well?
Pierce Brosnan: It was great fun. I had the time of my life from day one all the way to the end. Apart from the terror of singing… once you got that out of your system and came to the theatricality of it, and you’d made peace with your voice, it was just wonderful to be in such company. It felt going to work every day and there was work to be done but Phyllida [Lloyd] really created this wonderful platform for us all to make fools of ourselves and support each other.

Q. But did you feel a sense of having to look after Phyllida given that this was her first feature film?
Stellan Skarsgard: Not really. The technicality of being a film director is pretty simple. You can do a two-week course about how to place a camera, especially if you have experienced people around you in the shape of cinematographers and everybody else. The hard thing is to make sure that you know what you want to have, and to make sure you get it. And she knew exactly what the tone of the film had to be because she’s tried it out on stages all around the world. So, if you had a suggestion for her, she’d either say: “No, that’s not a Mamma Mia thing, or yes, that’s a Mamma Mia thing.” She delegated a lot but she always took care of the artistic decisions herself. And she also kept calm for months with this huge production.

Q. Johnny Depp said that he wouldn’t be too keen to do another musical after completing Sweeney Todd earlier this year. How about you?
Pierce Brosnan: I would. I’d have a crack at it. I really enjoyed doing it. If I could do it with the same cast and same people then sure, why not? So, in for a penny, in for a pound.

Q. What was it like appearing alongside Meryl Streep when she sang Winner Takes It All?
Pierce Brosnan: Magic. It’s forever in my heart and imprinted in my mind. It was a tough day, the weather was a bit spooky. It took an immense amount of concentration to go out there and perform it in one. Again, Phyllida was also there quietly directing. It was very, very moving and all I had to do was just stand there and listen… and enjoy it. I was a member of the audience at that point standing there and watching this brilliant and gorgeous performance.

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Meryl Streep leads an all-star cast in the feature-film adaptation of the beloved musical that has been seen by more than 30 million people around the world. Bringing the timeless lyrics and melodies of iconic super group ABBA to movie audiences, Summer 2008 is the season for Mamma Mia!

As an independent, single mother who owns a small hotel on an idyllic Greek island, Donna (Meryl Streep) is about to let go of Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), the spirited daughter she’s raised alone.

For Sophie’s wedding, Donna has invited her two lifelong best girlfriends, but Sophie has secretly invited three guests of her own and brings back three men from Donna’s past to the Mediterranean paradise they visited 20 years earlier.

Over 24 chaotic, magical hours, new love will bloom and old romances will be rekindled on this lush island full of possibilities.

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HE shot to fame playing the big screen's greatest superspy, but Pierce Brosnan is unleashing a whole new look - including spandex flares and stacked heels.

It's all for art of course. Next month Pierce stars in the movie version of the hit stage musical Mamma Mia!, the story of a bride-to-be trying to find her real father, told using hit songs by Abba.

The Irish actor, who plays one of the prospective dads, admits he was initially a little shaken by the camp costumes - and the thought of the world hearing his singing voice.

He laughed: "I did a movie with my company Irish Dream Time a few years ago called Evelyn, and I sang in that.

"It was Irish pub songs. You know 'yeah, diddly-diddly-diddly-doo' with a pint of Guinness in my hand.

"It was a lot different than making a film about Abba.

"In this movie I sing When All Is Said And Done. I've never done anything as orchestrated or musically complex in my life. At first, I just made noises. Then I went to London and trained in the studio with Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus from Abba."

Pierce, 55, practised with long beach walks, singing along to his iPod to build up his vocal chords.

He added: "Then I went to New York for the first rehearsals, and I sounded dreadful. I quietly freaked out, and with my new-found bravado, I made a pig's ear of it. So I went back home and listened and sang some more."

Eventually, his voice got to the point that film bosses let Pierce loose on the soundtrack. "In the end, they liked it so much they added a verse to my big song," he said, triumphantly.

The film also stars Meryl Streep, Julie Walters and Colin Firth, and Pierce admits he's had an actor's crush on Meryl for a long time.

He said: "My agent called and said, 'Meryl Streep, Mamma Mia!,'" and I said, 'I'm in.' I didn't even know who I was playing. I kept thinking, I want to work with this wonderful actress."

The matinee idol even had a chance to grab a bit more of Meryl than just a duet. "There's a sequence when we're all wet," he revealed. "Meryl grabbed for my shirt and ripped off the buttons, at which point I grabbed her with the wildest embrace and relished every moment of it."

Although Pierce loves the stability of his marriage to former journalist Keely Shaye Smith, he gets a twinkle in his eye when asked if he tries to avoid getting close and personal with co-stars.

He said: "I know most actors say otherwise, but I like sex scenes. Bond was supposed to be this great lover, but I always found the love scenes in those movies a little dull. It's lovely to work out the fantasy of it all in celluloid and then go home to my wife."

There's obviously still something of the ladies' man about Pierce, even though some of the clothes he had to wear for Mamma Mia! were rather closer to ladyboy.

As part of his crooning and hoofing as Sam, one of the three ex-boyfriends, Pierce gets to dress up Seventies style, even pulling on spandex trousers.

"I thought it was a hoot," laughed Pierce, unembarrassed by his disco sequins. "One of my daydreams was that I'd be strutting across the parking lot in sequinned tights and a cape, and I would bump into Daniel Craig, looking very Bond-like."

The world of Bond is hard to escape, even though it's four years since Pierce, one of the most successful 007s, was told by the saga's makers that he was too old at 50. Replaced by the more English, less suave Daniel Craig, Pierce says he's one of the few people who hasn't seen Casino Royale yet.

"I haven't seen Daniel. I've been living in Hawaii," he claimed. "But I'm happy for him. He came in for a lot of flak, a lot of unnecessary flak. He's a superb actor, so all glory to him."

Pierce felt 'hurt and shocked' when it was announced that he was to be replaced by a younger Bond after the success of 2002's Die Another Day.

He said: "Losing Bond hurt me like mad. It was painful and unexpected."

Telling Keely that his 007 licence had been revoked was "torture" - he had been asked to play 007 for the fifth time, but film bosses changed their minds later and the shock of being publicly axed hurt badly.

Pierce recalled: "No one contacted me to tell me anything. No reason.

"Nothing. What do you do in circumstances like that?

"I was disappointed because I'd put so much into the role. And it would've been nice to get an explanation as to why and how it was coming to an end.

"I was hurt and a bit mystified, but Keely said: 'You have nothing to prove to anyone. Just move on.'

"I'm one of those guys who believes that you need a strong woman in your life. I take advice, so I've got no regrets."

The subject of marriage leads us neatly to Pierce's latest film.

Married Life premieres at the Edinburgh Film Festival and tells the story of a married man who cheats on his wife then plots to kill her to spare her the pain and shame of a divorce.

"It's a beautiful piece, I'm very proud of it," said Pierce, who plays the caddish best pal in love with his friend's wife.

Pierce's own love story with Keely began in 1994 when they met in Mexico over an interview, and there hasn't been another woman in his life since. They tied the knot seven years ago in a lavish bash in Ireland.

Pierce also credits their two sons, Dylan Thomas, 11, and Paris Beckett, 4, with helping him stay young.

"I'm a family man first and foremost," he said warmly. "My family is my sanctuary. It's what I work for."

That also goes for the three grown up children from his first marriage - Sean, his son by Cassandra Harris, who died of breast cancer and Christopher and Charlotte, her two children whom Brosnan later adopted.

He said: "Being a father is a huge responsibility but a satisfying one.

"Family is my stability and comfort.".

However the Brosnans have been the subject of some scrutiny lately, especially 43-year-old Keeley, who defies the standard Hollywood size zero in favour of a happy and more generous curvy body.

But loyal Pierce declared: "I love my wife's curves," and says she is always stunning to him, no matter what her size.

It's also the product of a healthy lifestyle as the Brosnans eat organic food and Pierce works hard to maintain the energy and looks of someone 20 years younger.

He said. "I try to be as disciplined as I possibly can. I try to live a fairly kind of clean life. I do yoga, I cycle and do weights and swim. I do whatever it takes.

I do it for my job, it's what my profession is about. Anyone who is worth their salt as an actor should keep some discipline.

"In America they go for that more than we do in Britain and Ireland."

There have been some concessions to the advancing years. For his last film, Seraphim Falls, he decided his grizzled gunslinger should have a beard. The director loved it, but Mrs Brosnan was aghast.

"It was a relief for Keely when I lost it after filming but I kind of rather liked it; I thought it gave me a certain gravitas, though I looked like a goat," he chuckled.

As well as an upcoming picture with Susan Sarandon, Pierce is set to appear in a sequel to 1999's update of the 1968 hit, The Thomas Crown Affair, in which he played the charming art thief of the title. The new film, The Topkapi Affair, will reportedly see his character moving on to stealing gems.

Recent roles and his performance in smaller, edgier comedies and dramas have reminded audiences that under the leading man lurks an actor of considerable range.

For his part, Pierce says confidently, "I'm having the time of my life. It's kind of beginning all over again."

Mamma Mia! will be released released in cinemas on July 4.

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Pierce Brosnan serenades the sea

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From being the womanizing spy, Pierce Brosnan has moved on quite a bit in life! He is now starring in a musical called Mamma Mia! And how did he prepare for the part? By performing to the ocean on the beach near his Kauai, Hawaii retreat!

Pierce said, I walked up and down the coast and sang karaoke to my own voice for about six weeks. But the first batch of beach rehearsals didn't do him much good when he had to perform in front of producers and his co-stars for the first time. I went to New York for the first rehearsals, and I sounded dreadful. I quietly freaked out!

But the Bond in him did not let him give up. He returned to Hawaii and took on a more intensive practice programme and worked even harder on hitting the high notes. He adds, In the end, they liked it so much they added a verse to my big song.


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Theatrical trailer "Mamma Mia "exclusive!!

Theatrical Trailer

"Mamma Mia"


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Exclusive interview "cast of Mamma Mia"

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Vogue edition June ; Exclusive Pics Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan in Vogue (US) edition June 2008

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Exclusive ; Pierce Brosnan surfing in Hawaii

Pierce surfing in Hawaii

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Pierce Brosnan surfing pics

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