We can get our first glimpse of Pierce Brosnan (looking very Bondian, even at 56) as a former British Prime Minister in Roman Polanski's The Ghost in a very brief trailer on the film's official website. While Polanski finished filming The Ghost prior to his arrest in Switzerland last month, he had not completed post-production, so the film's future has been up in the air. Now Irish Central (linked via CommanderBond.net) reports that the troubled director will complete his film from behind bars. "He can make his wishes known from his cell - whether the film can rise above the circumstances in which the director finds himself I don't know," The Ghost's screenwriter and novelist Robert Harris told the Times of London. The movie is still on target to make its debut next February at the Berlin Film Festival. The Ghost also stars Ewan McGregor, Olivia Williams, Kim Cattrall, Tom Wilkinson and Leverage's Timothy Hutton.