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“This…. is quite a headshot.” That’s the title of the email I sent to Lainey this morning, after seeing Bradley Cooper on the cover of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People list. Just take a look at the photo. Is he worthy? Sure. Coops has four Oscar nominations to his name from the past three years… and he's likely to earn a Tony nomination for his terrific work in The Elephant Man too. Full Story
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Clint Eastwood, Bradley Cooper, and Suki Waterhouse were all at Coachella this weekend. I guess Clint is really into AC/DC. Or maybe there was a secret meeting with Beyonce for A Star Is Born. That’s going to be my theory. Anyway, as you can see, Coop and Suki seemed close. Apparently they were together in Venice on Thursday, then she went back to his place, before they both headed to Palm Springs for the festival, behaving like they’re totally back together, as Leonardo DiCaprio stands off the to the side, shaking his head in disappointment. Full Story
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Bradley Cooper is working with Jennifer Lawrence and David O Russell in Boston on Joy. As you know, he and Suki Waterhouse broke up. What? Girls aren’t on his mind right now, OK? He’s focusing on his career. And he’ll be a director soon. So there’s no time for relationships. Full Story
Deadline reported exclusively yesterday that Warner Bros and Bradley Cooper are working on a deal for him to direct the third (or is it fourth?) remake of A Star Is Born. Warner Bros has a short list of favourite actors: Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling, Tom Hardy, Ben Affleck. Right now, off the success of American Sniper, Cooper’s looking a lot like an Affleck contemporary. He’s arguably a better actor. And Clint Eastwood loves him. Eastwood was supposed to take on A Star Is Born. Obviously Cooper has his blessing.
In addition to directing though, if negotiations don’t fall through, Cooper would work on the screenplay and star in the film as well. Read Full Intro
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The question, when watching Serena, is “Where did this go wrong?” Shot in 2012, it re-teamed proven screen couple Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence for an adaptation of Ron Rash’s novel directed by Susanne Bier, an award-winning Danish filmmaker. There’s a lot of talent on both sides of the camera in Serena, so why did it sit on the shelves for three years before getting a hasty, barely-there release? Answer: “Because it’s a mess featuring bad performances. Full Story
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Three years in a row now. And he’s working with David O Russell and Jennifer Lawrence again on Joy, which is currently in production. Joy is supposed to open on Christmas Day. That means they think it has awards potential. So Bradley Cooper could be back for a fourth consecutive nomination. Sometimes I have a really hard time believing this. Full Story
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The new Cameron Crowe movie… For a while there it had no title. Now that it has a trailer, it has to have a title: Aloha. So. Yeah. The name is sh-t. But the cast. This cast! Bradley Cooper Emma Stone Rachel McAdams John Krasinski Bill Murray Alec Baldwin Jay Baruchel Danny McBride This should not be a problem. Full Story
American Sniper broke all kinds of records at the box office this weekend, right after the film was nominated for several Oscars. And it’s not a headline that Oscar voters would have missed. Which means it’s not a legitimate contender for Best Picture. And maybe don’t count out Bradley Cooper for Best Actor. You don’t think he’ll just concede to Michael Keaton, do you?
Not paying attention to the facts of the story clearly didn’t hurt Murica Sniper’s appeal. The filmmakers will tell you that the point of the movie is to expose the hard toll of war on everyone. But they’ve also helped glorify someone who – it’s been proven time and again, click here Read Full Intro
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The Directors Guild of America announced its nominations today. The DGA’s selections are said to be good indicators of what the Academy is thinking and the eventual winner has a very, very good chance of being Oscar’s Best Director. So here are the five: Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Birdman Richard Linklater, Boyhood Morten Tyldum, The Imitation Game Clint Eastwood, American Sniper Always with the Clint Eastwood, you know. Full Story
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Right now, Bradley Cooper’s not part of the Best Actor Oscar talk. Not yet, anyway. Right now, according to experts, it’s breaking down like this: Michael Keaton Benedict Cumberbatch Eddie Redmayne And then… David Oyelowo Steve Carell Jake Gyllenhaal But Selma lost some momentum today being left off the list of Producers Guild nominations. Full Story
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Much like Jake Gyllenhaal (for Nightcrawler), Bradley Cooper is currently off the conventional Oscar circuit (for American Sniper) and is making a starring turn on Broadway in The Elephant Man until February. I saw The Elephant Man last week – B. Coops was incredible in it. His scene partner Patricia Clarkson outshined him, but that’s hardly a reflection of his talent or complete immersion in the role. Full Story