Pierce Brosnan gave an interview on the first day of shooting his fourth 007 film and imagined a very different outcome of what would ultimately become 'Die Another Day'
On the first day of filming on "Die Another Day" on 11th January 2002, James Bond star Pierce Brosnan gave a press interview about his fourth outing as 007. How wrong could any individual be about what they thought a project would become and how it would ultimately turn out? Brosnan gives an unfortunate masterclass in just over ten minutes.
Speaking about a schedule that was packed with "wall to wall action", and the risk of the action overwhelming the movie, Brosnan said of the director: "Lee [Tamahori] is a good man for pulling this down and keeping it a reality based, character driven piece." Ten years later, Brosnan would laugh about the over the top elements of the film for the 50th anniversary documentary "Everything or Nothing: The Untold History of 007".
"Good script. It's got lots of strange ambiance of...
tonally it has a quality I haven't read before in a Bond movie"