"Sir Sean doesn't need the money, everyone knows that. The book was always about setting the record straight. But looking back on your life when you are aged 74 is a very emotionally demanding thing to do," so said a source. That statement is more than enough to explain the reason behind Sean Connery decision to shelve the idea of writing a biography of him.
Has ditched plans for the long-awaited project, the star already returned a staggering $1.7 million advance to the publishing giants Harper Collins. Moreover, he also abandoned plans to work either with original writer and childhood pal Meg Henderson or second choice Hunter Davies.