Pierce Brosnan is due in court next year after allegedly entering an off-limits area of Yellowstone National Park, court documents show.
The "Black Adam" star has been summoned to appear on Jan. 23 at the Yellowstone Justice Center in Wyoming for allegedly walking in thermal areas in the national park on Nov. 1, according to a court filing obtained by NBC News.
He's been charged with a petty offense for "foot travel in all thermal areas and w/in Yellowstone Canyon confined to trails," and for "violating closures and use limits."
TODAY.com reached out to Brosnan's representatives for comment but did not immediately receive a reply.
Burns from thermal areas in Yellowstone National Park can cause serious injury and death. Foot travel in those areas must be confined to boardwalks or trails marked by official signs, according to the park’s website.
"Don’t approach or shortcut through geyser basins after dark when there is greater danger of stepping into a hot spring," the park website states.
Brosnan has been in the area filming the Western movie "Unholy Trinity," which co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, at Yellowstone Film Ranch, according to Deadline.