Legendary Hollywood actor Pierce Brosnan is not a fan of difficult shots while he is sick, especially if he is in a closed and narrow place.
Brosnan played eight times as James Bond in the movie franchise, and one of the most interesting of these movies is ‘Tomorrow Never Dies,’ which was released in 1997.
The 67-year-old actor took to Instagram to share a throwback photo from the first day of the shooting the ‘Tomorrow Never Die’ film and mentioned the worst moment he experienced. He began his explanation with the following words;
“‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ 1997 this was the first day of shooting the film.”
Being on an aircraft in the opening scene of the James Bond movie was the last place he wanted to be, he explained:
“We were shooting on the backlot. I was as sick as dog with the flu and that cockpit was the last place I wanted to be wearing a helmet that felt like a microwave oven on my head. To top it off, I was being strangled by the bad guys.”
Tomorrow Never Dies directed by Roger Spottiswoode and Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Yeoh, and Jonathan Pryce had starred in the film. It was earned to make $333 million at the box office in 1997.
See the Instagram post below.
Also, watch the opening scene of the James Bond movie via Youtube below.