Watch: Jackie Chan takes on Pierce Brosnan in trailer for IRA-thriller The Foreigner
The trailer for IRA thriller The Foreigner has been released online, as Jackie Chan takes on Pierce Brosnan - who bears a close resemblance to Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.
Directed by Martin Campbell, The Foreigner sees Chan's character seek revenge for the death of his daughter following a terrorist bombing in London.
This leads him to the man responsible Liam Hennessy, played by Brosnan, who is an ex-IRA man turned government minister.
In the two-minute trailer, Brosnan is heard speaking with an Northern Irish accent, as well as looking uncannily similar to Mr Adams (68).
The Navan-born actor (62) was pictured filming scenes for the movie in London last year, prompting the politician to tweet: "I never knew Pierce Brosnan was so good looking".
I never knew Pierce Brosnan was so good looking.— Gerry Adams (@GerryAdamsSF) January 14, 2016
Brosnan previously played an IRA man in The Long Good Friday in 1980 - bringing him to the attention of Hollywood.
The Foreigner is based on Stephen Leather's breakthrough 1992 novel The Chinaman and will be released in cinemas in the US in October.
A release date for the UK and Ireland has not yet been confirmed.
Belfast Telegraph Digital