Pierce Brosnan opens up on Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s rumored James Bond casting


Former James Bond Pierce Brosnan has shared his support for the rumoured casting of Aaron Taylor-Johnson as the next Bond. On RTE Radio 1’s The Ray D’Arcy Show, Pierce showed full sport to his former co-star if he’s indeed been cast in as the next Bond.

The actor said, “I think the man has the chops and the talent and the charisma to play Bond, very much so.” “So, yes, I read the news about his possibilities of being a Bond, so I would definitely tip my hat to the fellow,” he added. In Shana Feste’s 2009 film The Greatest, Pierce Brosnan featured with Aaron, and he claimed Aaron to be “the greatest” of the cast.

In GoldenEye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), The World Is Not Enough (1999), and Die Another Day (1999), Pierce played James Bond in four Bond films. Daniel Craig took over the role after him and continued to portray the beloved spy until No Time To Die (2021).

Following Daniel’s announcement that he was hanging up his tuxedo after five missions as 007, the actor most likely to play the renowned role has been a topic of intense speculation. Regarding the rumours of Aaron Taylor-Johnson, the producers of Bond have not responded.