Master Thief Pierce Brosnan Turns The Fatherly Charm Up To 11 In Exclusive Clip From ‘The Misfits’

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  • Pierce Brosnan stars as brilliant international thief Richard Pace in The Misfits.
  • The Misfits is from the director of Die Hard 2.
  • Hitting theaters on June 11 and VOD on June 15.

Master thief Richard Pace — played by the always-excellent Pierce Brosnan — turns the fatherly charm up to 11 in this exclusive clip from The Misfits, the latest film from Die Hard 2 and Deep Blue Sea director Renny Harlin.

Here’s the official synopsis for The Misfits:

Even a federal maximum-security prison can’t hold Richard Pace (Golden Globe nominee PIERCE BROSNAN), a brilliant international thief. But his daring escape and high-octane car chase, eluding the FBI and police, ends with him being scooped up by The Misfits, a band of modern-day Robin Hoods. Led by the eccentric and charismatic Ringo (NICK CANNON) with Violet (JAMIE CHUNG), the Prince (RAMI JABER), and Wick (MIKE ANGELO) with Pace’s daughter Hope (HERMIONE CORFIELD)— a mysterious group who do devious things for all the right reasons. The skilled group convinces Pace to join them to pull off the heist of the century: stealing millions in gold bars kept under one of the most secure prisons on earth, owned by rogue businessman Schultz (Tim Roth), and used for funding terrorist groups worldwide. Aside from the money, Pace wants revenge against Schultz, the man behind his incarceration.

From LA to Abu Dhabi, it will take supercharged engines, forged identities, multiple cons, camels, nitro and massive explosions to succeed. Directed by RENNY HARLIN (Die Hard 2: Die Harder, Cliffhanger), THE MISFITS brings a new team of outsiders into the world of action-adventure.

You can also check out the full trailer for The Misfits:

Directed by Die Hard 2 filmmaker Renny Harlin, The Misfits — which stars the likes of Tim Roth, Jamie Chung, and Nick Cannon alongside Pierce Brosnan — hits theaters on June 11 and video-on-demand on June 15.

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