He’s conquered Paris and Rome, now Woody Allen may be heading to Copenhagen, according to Deadline. And Bradley Cooper may be going with him. The trade reports Allen is readying his next movie to follow up “To Rome With Love”, and is eyeing the capital city of Denmark as the setting, Cate Blanchett for the female lead, as well as Cooper for one of the supporting ensemble roles.
Allen took Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams to France for “Midnight in Paris”, for which he won the Best Original Screenplay Oscar just last month, then immediately headed to Rome with Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page, Greta Gerwig and more in tow. Plot details remain scarce even for “Rome” so there’s even less to go on for the alleged Copenhagen film, but if “Paris” and what we’ve seen thus far of “Rome” is anything to go by, it’ll revolve around interconnecting groups of people traveling to and residing in the iconic city, and doing a little falling in and out of love along the way.
Cooper, a prolific supporting actor in comedies before breaking out in “The Hangover”, will next be seen in David O. Russell’s “The Silver Linings Playbook” and will soon reunite with co-star Jennifer Lawrence for drama “Serena.”