Pierce Brosnan

London, July 27 (IANS) Actor Pierce Brosnan is set to star in filmmaker Scott Mann’s soccer thriller “Final Score” opposite Dave Bautista, Alexandra Dinu and Julian Cheung.

Signature Entertainment’s Marc Goldberg is producing the film alongside The Fyzz Facility’s Robert Jones, James Harris, Mark Lane, and Wayne Marc Godfrey, reports variety.com.

Babak Eftekhari will co-produce the project, with Elizabeth Williams serving as executive producer.

Shooting will begin on August 8 here at West Ham United’s Upton Park Stadium, which has been the home of the Premier League soccer club for over 100 years.

West Ham United will be relocating to Olympic Stadium in East London next season and the venue will be handed over to a British property developer following production.

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