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barely made Le Carre's cut...
Author John Le Carre was initially opposed
to the idea of casting Irish actor Pierce
Brosnan as the seedy British spy in the film
adaptation of his novel The Tailor of Panama.
Le Carre disliked The Thomas Crown Affair and
is bored by the James Bond films, he told the
Los Angeles Times.
he quickly changed his mind after meeting Brosnan
in the California town of Ojai. "When I walked
with Pierce, I thought there was so much of a man
there," he said. "With his classical training
and background, he saw the part as a showcase for
rage. It is daring for him to go against the Bond
image. He made a fool of Bond in the post-Cold War
world with this role. He removed the hypocritical
padding from Bond to reveal him in his nakedness."
In the meantime Brosnan's old rival from his last
Bond, Robert Carlyle, who has appeared in mainly
dramatic roles since The Full Monty, is returning
Scottish actor is to play an out-of-luck British director
in Das Cowboy, about the making of a western
movie full of colourful characters. An Italian porn
queen, a Japanese Samurai and an American cowboy star
hired out of a Los Angeles retirement home all feature.
Filming will take place in Spain and London.
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