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Gerard Butler Says ‘This Feels Like The End Of An Era’ After The Devastating Death Of Sean Connery

Gerard Butler Says ‘This Feels Like The End Of An Era’ After The Devastating Death Of Sean Connery

Gerard Butler, one of Hollywood’s most talented actors, posted on Instagram to pay tribute to legendary James Bond actor Sean Connery after his death at 90.

Legendary actor Sir Sean Connery passed away when he was 90 years old. No statement has yet been made regarding the death of the legendary player.

Connery, who played the James Bond character seven times, was rated as the best actor to play 007 by many votes. Furthermore, Connery has had a lot of success during his acting career. The famous actor won 37 awards and 29 nominations, as well as an Oscar, two Bafta, and three Golden Globes.

On Saturday, Butler hopped to Instagram to pay his tribute to the iconic James Bond actor by sharing the iconic photos of Connery. In the caption area of the post, Butler said he is devastated to hear that one of the true greats had died. He said that the legendary actor was a huge inspiration for him and a big part of the reasons he was at this point in his career.

The 50-years-old actor said that one of his favorite moments as a child was that a Bond movie was about to be aired, and described Connery’s death as the end of an era.

Here’s what he said:

“Devastated to hear that we lost one of the true greats today. He was such an enormous inspiration to me, and a big part of the reason I’m even here. He gave a little Scottish boy inspiration and hope that there was a place for us in this business. Some of my favorite moments as a kid were knowing a Bond movie was about to come on! None better than when Sean was at the helm. Charisma and masculinity like no other and truly the pride of my nation. This feels like the end of an era.

Rest well, Sir Sean Connery. Thank you for sharing your pure talent, momentous power, and grace with us. There can be only one.”

See the Instagram post below.

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