James Bond​ ​Pierce Brosnan​: ‘My 007 films don’t compare to ​my ​new movie​’​

Over the weekend DC Comics fans were treated to a whole host of exciting announcements ​at the DC FanDome. The annual event included​ a number of announcements, trailer reveals, actor appearances and a ​bunch of surprises. Included in the event this year was the first look at Black Adam. In the ​movie, former James Bond star Brosnan plays Doctor Fate.

Doctor Fate is an ancient being from Egyptian times who possesses a human host to use his powers for good.

In the upcoming film, Brosnan will be teaming up with a number of other heroes, including Hawkman (Aldis Hodge) and Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo) to take down the titular bad guy, Black Adam.

Speaking at DC FanDome, Brosnan said of the movie: “I’ve never seen the likes of it before.

“Having done James Bond for ten years, four films, nothing compares to this.”

The 68-year-old played 007 throughout the 1990s and into the 2000s, beginning with 1995’s Goldeneye.

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James Bond​ ​Pierce Brosnan​: ‘My 007 films don’t compare to ​my ​new movie​’​

James Bond star Pierce Brosnan spoke out about his new character (Image: GETTY)

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James Bond: Pierce Brosnan starred in four 007 movies (Image: GETTY)

Brosnan went on to star in Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day.

Since then, the actor has starred in The World’s End, Percy Jackson and The Ghost Writer.

Considering he claims Black Adam will be a bigger project than all of these films, DC fans can certainly get excited for the upcoming movie.

Brosnan added: “Leading the whole charge is Dwayne Johnson.” Other members of the film described Black Adam as “brutal” and “uncompromising”.

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James Bond: Daniel Craig’s time as Bond is now over (Image: GETTY)

Johnson himself said Black Adam includes “some of the biggest action sequences I have ever been a part of”.

He added his team “are working away to make ‘holy s**t’ scenes that I know you are really going to love”.

Despite how epic Brosnan has claimed Black Adam will be, he has since revealed he is still keen to take on the mantle of James Bond in the future after Daniel Craig.

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Brosnan recently said he would love to play Bond again if it took place in a musical setting.

He said: “I am all in really. Daniel Craig doesn’t stand a chance! None of them do! None of them can sing like I do!”

Craig was then told about these comments by BackstageOL, who said: “[Brosnan] told me to tell you, if there is a James Bond musical, he is going to fight you for the lead.”

The No Time To Die star replied: “He can sing! I can’t sing, so it’s all his! I wouldn’t subject the world to that!”

Although Brosnan has first dibs on any James Bond musical that might arise, there is still a lot of speculation over who will take over from Craig.

Currently, Richard Madden is at the top of the odds with a healthy 9/4.

Behind him is Tom Hardy with a fantastic 3/1.

James Bond No Time To Die is in cinemas now.

Black Adam hits cinemas July 29, 2022.

Read More: Hollywood News

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