Pryce Fixing for MGM's 'Ronin'

By Kirk Honeycutt.

Jonathan Pryce, the villain of UA's upcoming James Bond film "Tomorrow Never Dies," has been set to star in MGM's big-budget action adventure "Ronin." This makes him the second Bond nemesis to be cast in "Ronin," following the recent casting of Sean Bean, who played Alec Trevelyan in "GoldenEye." Pryce will play an Irish terrorist in the film, which concerns an international team of ex-intelligence officers who carries out a dangerous mission. Director John Frankenheimer rolls the film next week in France. The rest of the cast includes Robert De Niro, Natascha McElhone, Skellan Skarsgard and Jean Reno. Pryce, who is repped by Paradigm's Clifford Stevens, has starred in "Evita," "Barbarians at the Gate," "The Age of Innocence," "Brazil" and on stage in "Miss Saigon."

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