Sunday 25 February 2018

Oscars ‘Bond’ reunion may not happen as one actor holds out

Brian O'Reilly

Brian O'Reilly

IT has been reported that the highly anticipated reunion of all six Bond actors at the Oscars may not happen as one actor is holding out.

Fans of the legendary film franchise had been anticipated the reunions, which would see all six Bond actors appears together for the first time ever.

However reports have now surfaced that Oscar producers are still locked in discussions with one actor – reported to be either Sean Connery or Pierce Brosnan.

It had previously been reported that Sean Connery, who is 82, may not want to attend the ceremony as he has previously said he is retired from public life.

However in a video posted by American gossip website TMZ over the weekend, Irish actor Pierce Brosnan has poured further doubt on the reunion.

When asked by the reporter about the planned reunion, Brosnan responded: “Well, they’ll be missing one”.

The reporter then asks Brosnan who the missing Bond will be, however Brosnan doesn’t immediately respond.

The reported then begins to ask another question when Brosnan responds, however his response is muffled by the reporter speaking.

Viewers have suggested that Brosnan said either ‘could be’ – confirming Connery’s absence - or ‘me’ confirming his own.

The producers of the Oscar’s are believed the be planning the reunion of all six actors after Adele performs the title track to the latest movie ‘Skyfall’.

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