An overview of Pierce Brosnan #NoEscape

Pierce Brosnan through the years

NO ESCAPE is the intense, action-packed thriller, where an American business man (Owen Wilson) and his family suddenly find themselves in the middle of a violent political uprising, frantically looking for a safe escape.

Pierce Brosnan plays Hammond, a British expatriate who comes to the rescue when the Dwyer family face a violent uprising is Southeast Asia. To mark the release, we explore Brosnan’s incredibly varied acting career and his iconic filmography. Of course with a filmography as long and impressive as Pierces, there is no way to cover every great role or great film he has appeared in (do you remember his small appearance in the classic film The Long Good Friday.) But do take a quick look over some highlights from the big screen.


NO ESCAPE is available to download on Digital HD on the 28th December 2015 and on Blu-ray™ and DVD from 11th January 2016, courtesy of Entertainment One.

Mrs Doubtfire – 1993

It was the ‘93 hit family comedy, Mrs Doubtfire, where everyone fell in love with the dashing Mr Brosnan. Starring alongside acting legend Robin Williams as Daniel / Mrs Doubtfire, Brosnan played Stu, the new boyfriend of Daniel’s ex wife. When he strutted by the pool topless, every woman’s heart melted – it’s no wonder Daniel found him threatening. He may not have won the girl in the end, but Brosnan sure did win over the hearts of the public.

Goldeneye – 1995

Pierce Brosnan’s first Bond film in 1995 propelled him to international fame. GoldenEye was a huge hit and Brosnan showed the world he deserved the star role. Not only was he suave, he also knew how to handle his weapons and of course the ladies, everything a new James Bond needs! Brosnan then went on to star in a further three Bond films; Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), The World Is Not Enough (1999) and Die Another Day (2002), continuing his golden touch in every single one.

The Thomas Crown Affair – 1999

In 1999’s The Thomas Crown Affair, the ever slick Brosnan utilised his undeniable Bond charm to play Thomas; a very rich and successful playboy who amuses himself by stealing artwork. He seems to meet his match in Catherine (Rene Russo) and he ends up falling for her. This entertaining and sexy story made it impossible for ladies worldwide not to continue their love affair with Brosnan.

Mamma Mia! – 2008 

Mamma Mia! was a pinnacle moment in Brosnan’s career when it hit the big screens in 2008. Watching him singing in a buttoned-down shirt on a beach is not what people expected, but he made it work. Brosnan played Sam, one of three of Donna’s (Meryl Streep) ex partners. When all three of them come back to the island, it’s eventually Sam who wins her over. The singing paid off!

The Love Punch – 2013

In 2013 Brosnan starred alongside Emma Thompson in The Love Punch, following the story of a divorced couple who scheme to recover the retirement money that was stolen from them. Another great romantic comedy role for Brosnan, where they both eventually end up stealing a ring to get their money back which is pretty nifty.

A Long Way Down – 2014

Four people meet on New Year’s Eve and form a surrogate family to help one another weather the difficulties of their lives. Pierce plays Martin in this heartwarming film alongside Toni Collette, Imogeen Poots, and Aaron Paul.

No Escape – 2015

In the 2015 blockbuster No Escape we see Pierce doing what he does best; action! His character Hammond is a British expatriate with a cheeky sense of humour, who befriends the Dwyer family on the plane to Southeast Asia. However, when a sudden uprising starts, Hammond selflessly saves the lives of his new friend Dwyer and his young family.


NO ESCAPE is out on Digital DOWNLOAD on the 28TH DECEMBER 2015 and Blu-ray and DVD from 11TH JANUARY 2016, courtesy of Entertainment One


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