Pierce Brosnan’s Shocking Transformation Has Him Completely Unrecognizable

Pierce Brosnan‘s look is shocking us all.  

The Die Another Day actor was recently spotted in full costume for the new Terry Loane-directed film The Last Rifleman, in which he stars as 89-year-old World War Veteran II Artie Crawford, alongside Louis Gossett Jr. and Jürgen Prochnow.

Pierce Brosnan’s Shocking Transformation Has Him Completely Unrecognizable

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Pierce sported a balding gray wig with matching eyebrows as he walked the streets of Antrim, Northern Ireland, using a wooden cane.

He also wore a dark three-piece suit that featured various war medals. We, mean, this makeup is just too good!

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Pierce waved to fans in several photos who gathered around to get a glimpse of the actor on set as the Irish town transformed into a French village.

In The Last Rifleman—which is based on a true story—Artie escapes from his care home in Northern Ireland.

He does this after losing his wife and embarks on a difficult journey to France to attend the anniversary of the D-Day landings on June 6, 2014.

Throughout his journey, he finds the courage to face his past as he pays his final respects to his best friend, who lost his life on June 6, 1944.

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Kevin Fitzpatrick, who wrote the film, said Artie’s courageous “journey caught the nation’s attention and highlighted the spirit that epitomized the Second World War generation. I was enthralled by this story and the motives that drive a man near the end of his life on a quest to a place that must hold only painful memories.”

The Last Rifleman is slated to be released in theaters next year. 

According to IMDB, the movie is about a “.. WWII veteran who escapes his care home in Northern Ireland and embarks on an arduous but inspirational journey to France to attend the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, finding the courage to face the ghosts of his past.”

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