Remember him? He was the last James Bond.

“Stu” is next target for Brosnan
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Pierce Brosnan can’t get enough of playing a spy.
The former James Bond is going back to the spy world, signing on to star in “Spy vs. Stu,” a comedy for New Line Cinema. Brosnan also will produce the movie.
The comedy centers on Stu, a commitment-phobe who plans to propose to his girlfriend during an island vacation. Unbeknownst to him, a handsome, debonair spy (Brosnan) is on the other end of the island, having just finished saving the world. When the bored spy takes a serious liking to Stu’s girl, Stu is forced to compete with the ultrasuave superspy in order to win the heart of his true love.
No director is on board yet. The project is based on an original screenplay by Keith Mitchell and Allie Dvorin.
Brosnan portrayed Bond in four high-grossing films, beginning with 1995’s “GoldenEye.” He did a send up the classic suave spy character with last year’s “The Matador,” in which he played an assassin having a slow nervous breakdown.