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Relativity Media has set “November Man,” which stars Pierce Brosnan as a former spy, for an Aug. 27 release in the U.S.

Relativity has also decided to move back Natalie Portman’s “Jane Got a Gun,” which had been set for Aug. 29. The studio has not set a new date.

Brosnan starred as the iconic spy in four James Bond films, the last of which, “Die Another Day,” was released in 2002.

“November Man” centers on an ex-CIA operative who is brought back on a personal mission. He finds himself pitted against his former pupil in an operation involving high-level CIA officials and the Russian president-elect.

Roger Donaldson directed “November Man,” which is produced by Brosnan’s Irish DreamTime and Das Films, in association with the Solution Entertainment Group, Merced Media Partners and Palmstar Media Capital.

The script was adapted from Bill Granger’s novel “There Are No Spies.” Producers are Brosnan’s longtime partner Beau St. Clair and Sriram Das. Michael Finch and Karl Gajdusek wrote the script.

Irish DreamTime announced “November Man” in 2012 at Cannes as the launch title in a multipicture financing and distribution deal with the Solution.

 

 

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