Brosnan will star in "The November Man," a thriller based on the Bill Granger novel "There Are No Spies" in his "November Man" series
Not getting the role of 007 agent in the highly anticipated "Casino Royale," Pierce Brosnan gets another offer. The actor reportedly will star in "The November Man."
Based on the Bill Granger novel "There Are No Spies" in his "November Man" series, "The November Man" is a thriller tells about a coldly effective but suspicious American spy-runner Hanley who inadvertently fouls up a deeply embedded Russian mole's scenario when he warns "sleeping" agent Devereaux ("November") that something has gone amiss in R Section. Rudely forced out of retirement in Lausanne by two hit men, the calm, collected, and utterly cynical Devereaux enlists the aid of former contacts in determining the truth of Hanley's allegation.
While the script is still in progress, shooting for the film is scheduled to begin in 2006.