Did you enjoy scenes of poker in Casino Royale? You have liked to see James Bond destroy opponents with hands totally 'realistic '?
And well, you'll be happy d learn that former l Agent 007, he also was hit by this wave incredible qu is poker.
Did you enjoy scenes of poker in Casino Royale? You have liked to see James Bond destroy opponents with hands totally 'realistic '? And well, you'll be happy d learn that former l Agent 007, Pierce Brosnan, he also was hit by this wave incredible qu is poker.
Indeed, Pierce Brosnan will be in a new poker movie, "The Big Biazarro". It will be actor and producer in this new feature.
Based on a book by Leonard Wise published in 1986, this film will be directed by Vondie Curtis Hall, who recently filmed the movie "Waist Deep".
The story takes place in l gigantic universe of games from paries, where l British actor will portray the role d a former card player who will teach a young protégé how out in this world of things and d scams. Let's just hope that the film poker hands are not too pull by the hair!
Maloof Motion Pictures, owner of the Sacramento Kings and l hotel and casino Palms in Las Vegas will fund the project. Andrew Jameson, president of MMP and the film producer announced: "we want to be more active and this is perfect. "Our plan is to be present in the development of a project and as soon as we have a script and a star, it remains only to find a distribution partner.
Pierce Brosnan company, Irish Dreamtime, founded in 1996 in Los Angeles, is also involved in the filming. Pierce Brosnan hopes that his company will be more prolific.
"When you have an important role as James Bond, it becomes your life, and time always passes very quickly between the movies." he says. His company n has made 6 films during the last ten years and the most recent is The Matador. "With Bond which n is more in my life, j have more choice and time, and the chance d be more adventurous. «J participated in all our projects till now and j would like to try being only the producer in some of the future projects ", concludes Brosnan.