According to Deadline, the Irishman will appear opposite Adam Devine (Pitch Perfect) in the upcoming action-comedy, which centres on Owen Browning, a "straight-laced bank manager about to marry the love of his life".
When Owen's branch is held up by the Ghost Bandits on the week of his wedding, he starts to believe that his future in-laws (who just arrived in town) could be the gun-toting robbers.
Devine is onboard to play the protagonist, whilst Brosnan's role is unspecified right now.
Evan Turner and Ben Zazove wrote the screenplay, which is set to be directed by Tyler Spindel.
In other Netflix-flavoured news, the streamer's next load of films to enter its UK library were confirmed this week.
On July 26, prepare yourself for 2017's star-studded historical drama The Current War, before Gosford Park, The Hitman's Apprentice, Solomon Kane, Time and Tide, World Trade Center and Young Guns II all become available less than a week later.
Wes Anderson's Roald Dahl adaptation Fantastic Mr Fox, A Few Good Men and Epic Movie were added earlier this week too.
The Out-Law will stream on Netflix.
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