Cooper Hoffman will star in Paul Thomas Anderson's untitled coming-of-age film alongside Bradley Cooper, Bennie Safdie, and Alana Haim
When director David Dobkin brought the 2005 comedy "Wedding Crashers" to the marketing team at New Line Cinema, he didn't get the reception he thought he would. Marketing head Russell Schwartz thought that Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's characters were too misogynistic, since their main aim seemed to be crashing weddings to look for girls. […]
James Lipton, who interviewed Hollywood’s biggest talents about art and life on "Inside the Actors Studio," has died at the age of 93.
The actor tells the New York Times that drinking "created more marital problems" for him and his then-wife.
Having finished production on Netflix's "Hillbilly Elegy," Ron Howard is zeroing on a new directing gig as the "Beautiful Mind" director has come on to direct "The Fixer" for Paramount Pictures. Howard's production banner Imagine Entertainment will produce along with Bradley Cooper and Todd Phillips' Joint Effort shingle. Andrew Panay will also join as producer. […]
Netflix has acquired the worldwide rights to the Leonard Bernstein film that Bradley Cooper is set to direct, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.The untitled film was originally set at Paramount, but Netflix will now take over with Martin Scorsese and Todd Phillips set as producers. Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment are still attached. Cooper will also produce via his Joint Effort banner as well as Kristie Macosko Krieger, Emma Tillinger Koskoff, Fred Berner and Amy Durning.Cooper also co-wrote the film and is set to star in the film that will be his directorial follow-up to his debut “A Star Is Born.”Also Read: Cate Blanchett in Talks to Star Opposite Bradley Cooper in Guillermo Del Toro's 'Nightmare Alley'“Spotlight” screenwriter Josh Singer co-wrote the script with Cooper. The film is not a biopic but spans decades and tells the story of Bernstein’s complex marriage and relationship with his wife Felicia Montealegre, a Chilean-born actress.Production is expected to begin on the Bernstein film early next year, and Netflix plans to give the movie a theatrical release as it has done with “The Irishman” and its other awards contenders.Cooper obtained the rights from the Bernstein estate and has been working closely with Bernstein’s children, Jamie, Alexander and Nina for the past two years.Also Read: Netflix Q4 Earnings: Will Disney+ Slow March Toward 160 Million Subscribers?“Bradley’s directorial debut was nothing short of brilliant and he quickly cemented himself as a serious filmmaker,” Scott Stuber, Netflix head of film, said in a statement. “His strong passion and clear vision for bringing to life the relationship between the iconic composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife Felicia Montealegre promises to do their lives justice as only this renowned filmmaking team can. We are honored to be working with the Bernsteins to share their family’s story with audiences everywhere.”Cooper will next team up with Guillermo del Toro and to star in his film “Nightmare Alley.” Cooper is represented by CAA.Deadline first reported the news of the acquisition.Read original story Netflix Acquires Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein Film At TheWrap
Winfrey praised Gaga’s handling of the gossip, to which the singer/actress/ beauty mogul replied, “Quite frankly, I think the press is very silly."
Cooper won't go out on a live tour to sing the beloved tracks from his Oscar winner, but he is interested in an alternative option.
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The actress took to Instagram to defend her innocuous comment, explaining, 'I’m allowed to think something is funny!'
Gaga, who recently called off her engagement, and Cooper were told to "get a room" in one tweet, which has been widely liked and reshared.
Viewers could be forgiven for mistaking Sunday’s 91st Academy Awards telecast for the Grammys, since was the most rockin’ Oscars ever.
Bradley Cooper did more than transform into a musician for his role in "A Star Is Born" — the actor self-tanned daily.