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Bond to be shot in Ireland...
Irish born James Bond star PIERCE
BROSNAN has confirmed to ShowBiz
Ireland that he would love if the next James Bond
movie to be part made in the land of his birth. Speaking
to ShowBiz Ireland Brosnan's agent confirmed
that the actor would love 007 to hit the streets
of Dublin. The actor has not worked in Ireland for
last movie project was The Nephew in which
Pierce stared and produced his friend actor Donal
McCann, who died shortly after the launch of the
movie. Pierce however says he has not yet been told
by 007's production company if the movie will be made
Ireland on the other hand can tell you what even
Pierce Brosnan does not know. The main scriptwriter
for the last two Bond movies was spotted in Dublin
by ShowBiz Ireland sources who claim that the
gent in question has stayed twice in the past in U2's
Clarence Hotel when the last two Bond's were premiered
in Ireland. He confirmed that he was in town to scout
locations for the twentieth Bond movie.
floating around are that a possible plot of a 'cuddly'
IRA allying itself to its former enemies, the
British security forces. A fully decommissioned IRA
would help M16 rescue the British Prime Minister
from the clutches of dissident republicans as a climax
to the new 007 spectacular.
to leaking reports M and the Sinn Fein
leader would shake hands after a job well done, in
the latest move to 'modernise' the adventures of the
world's most famous spy.
positive portrayal of the IRA would be a surefire
hit with the American audiences, many whom sympathize
with the cause of a united Ireland. This would boost
the film's already enormous box-office potential.
film will be released in 2002 when the two governments
expect the IRA to have placed all its weapons fully
beyond use. In a scenario, it's believed that Bond
will battle against subversives bent on wrecking the
fragile peace process.