Pierce Brosnan thinking of retiring in Hawaii

thecheers.org    2008-07-16 17:28:23    

Washington, July 16 : Having done with chasing enemies round the world, former James Bond Pierce Brosnan is reportedly planning to hang up his acting shoes and settle down on the island of Hawaii.
Having done with chasing enemies round the world, former James Bond Pierce Brosnan is reportedly planning to hang up his acting shoes and settle down on the island of Hawaii.

Living in the tropical paradise for the last three years with his wife Keely and their two young children, the 55-year-old star now wants to make Hawaii his permanent getaway.

While he works through his immediate plans to return to shore to send his two sons to school, Brosnan has already admitted that the oasis is tempting him to think of an early acting hiatus.

"To get away, we bought a nice place (in Hawaii). We've been living there for the last three years, it's heavenly... That's a real kind of luxury to be able to do that," Contactmusic quoted him, as saying.

He added: I don't know, I might retire there. You never know what's around the corner." (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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