Pierce Brosnan does not give up Hollywood and does not move to Hawaii , as a bogus report in a Gossip Cop investigated this story and we can discover it, it’s just wrong. insists that the former James Bond star is “finished” with Los Angeles and the entertainment industry, so he is considering moving full-time to Hawaii. The publication quotes a so-called “insider” stating that he was fed up with California “after the devastation” of the Malibu fires, “adding,” He has lived there for 30 years and thinks that this does not happen. will make it worse. “Altho Although the Malibu de Brosnan estate was damaged by a fire, in 2015, it was not affected by the more recent fire.
The The tabloid goes on to cite this dubious source, also claiming that “Pierce and [his wife] Keely are asking all their friends to visit them [in Hawaii] because they want to stay out of Hollywood as much as possible!” The tabloid has three big problems with its bogus report.
First strike for publication: Bronsan recently bought a second home in the Los A region At the end of August, the Los Angeles Times reported that Brosnan and his wife had bought a $ 3 million house in Santa Monica . For the record, this new home is actually a little closer to Hollywood than its Malibu complex.
Strike two? The actor has a plethora of films listed on IMDB at various stages of production and Bronson was recently spotted in Scotland filming the film Netflix Eurovision which is expected to come out in 2023. Finally, Gossip Cop went to a Brosnan spokesperson, someone who knows much more about his career than any tabloid. The actor’s representative, who is authorized to speak on his behalf, tells us in the minutes that he does not leave Hollywood and does not settle permanently in Hawaii. It’s the three strike and the tabloid is out.
Note that Bronson and his wife Keely Shaye have a vacation home in Kauai. The actor spends a lot of time on the tropical island, which probably explains why the magazine has presented its premises. He just does not leave Hollywood to live permanently.
The story “Quit Hollywood” is a trope common to the tabloids. Last month, Gossip Cop collected a collection of stories about Brad Pitt, Ben Affleck and other stars supposed to leave Hollywood . Not surprisingly, the Enquirer was responsible for three of the four false statements in this recap. Make four with this one.