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Rose Leslie, Justin Bartha and Gina Rodriguez have joined the cast of indie drama “Sticky Notes.” The film follows a backup dancer (Leslie) who returns home to Florida where she helps take care of her estranged father (Ray Liotta) who has been diagnosed with cancer. Once there, she must confront the illness and decide what she wants to be her priority in life. The film marks the directorial debut of writer Amanda Harlib who previously worked on the online series “Haute and Bothered”. “Sticky Notes” is currently filming in NewRead More
Looks like Bradley Cooper really, really wants to be in the Lance Armstrong biopic business. After earlier rumors that pegged him as the star of JJ Abrams’ in-the-works project, Deadline reports Cooper is moving on without Abrams, signing on to produce and likely star in Warner Bros’ rival film, to be directed by Jay Roach, instead. Roach’s film, “Red Blooded American”, was scriptd by Scott Z. Burns, and features two major roles: Armstrong and former teammate Tyler Hamilton, who ousted Armstrong’s doping in a “60 Minutes” interview in 2011, twoRead More
Bradley Cooper is the man that all of Hollywood wants to work with. Following on from his Oscar nomination this year for the brilliant “Silver Linings Playbook“, the actor, who may finally be shaking off his “Hangover” rep, is now attached to star in the Steven Spielberg-directed biopic of a Navy SEAL, “American Sniper” – which Cooper himself has already been developing as a co-producer. THR reports that the film is based on Navy SEAL Christopher Kyle’s own autobiography “American Sniper”, which was a New York Times bestseller. Kyle wasRead More
We’ve long been promised that “The Hangover Part III” will be different from its two predecessors, and as the new full length trailer reveals, that is indeed a promise kept. Sure, there’s still Vegas, crazy car chases and antics involving exotic animals, but there’s no getting blackout drunk and not remembering anything that happened the night before for the Wolfpack of Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis this time around. On their way to dropping Galifianakis’ Alan off at rehab, the trouble-magnet trio are apprehended by John Goodman andRead More
Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms are back at it (and once again leaving poor Justin Bartha behind) in the first trailer for “The Hangover Part III”, the self-proclaimed epic conclusion to the trilogy of mayhem and bad decisions. The misfit trio are back in Vegas, the place where it all started, for at least part of the action that involves a funeral, a prison riot, cops, criminals, a stolen giraffe and Melissa McCarthy. Various people connected with the film have teased that the plot is a little differentRead More
What’s next for Bradley Cooper now that he’s proven himself a serious, Oscar-nominated actor? Maybe directing. Deadline reports Cooper is developing a remake of German film “Kokowaah” as a starring vehicle and is also considering stepping behind the camera. But if he doesn’t direct this one, he is on active lookout for another film to make his feature directorial debut on. In “Kokowaah” (a working title if there ever was one), Cooper will play one of two men, carefree bachelor Henry or married father Trevor. The lives of the twoRead More

Posted On February 23, 2013By Rebecca LewisIn Features

Oscar Spotlight: Bradley Cooper Loses The Hangover

In our Oscar Spotlight series we take a look at rising stars who have this year gained the biggest accolade in Hollywood, an Academy Award nomination. In a year filled with incredible performances, none of our chosen actors were considered a shoo-in. Taken from three of the acting categories, we present … Bradley Cooper Loses The Hangover Nearly four years after its release, Bradley Cooper‘s name is still synonymous with “The Hangover“. In the years that followed Cooper tried but never quite managed to prove he had something to offerRead More
Ever-busy, ever-in-demand, newly minted Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper has no plans to slow down any time soon. He’s attached himself to yet another project, according to Deadline. He will produce and star in “The Man From Primrose Lane”, which will be based on James Renner’s novel of the same name. Cooper will play David Neff in the Chad Feehan-adapted film, a true-crime writer who gets in over his head (don’t they always) when investigating the strange serial murder mystery of a suspect known as “the man with a thousand mittnes.”Read More
Newly minted Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper has attached himself to WWI true life spy thriller “Dark Invasion”, according to Deadline. Cooper, who has already exec produced “Limitless” and “Silver Linings Playbook”, will produce the film at Warner Bros under his 22nd & Indiana production company with John Lesher and his Le Grisbi banner. The nonfiction book of the same name by Howard Blum will be released on September 11th of this year, and details German Secret Service members dispatched to attack the United States in 1915 while World War IRead More
Bradley Cooper is so in demand, his schedule for the next 18 months is already beginning to fill up. Today Variety reports the actor has entered negotiations to play the lead in 1950s set crime drama “Bad Blood and Trouble”, with shooting set for at least a year from now, in the latter half of 2013. J Blakeson will direct the film whose plot is being kept under wraps for now. What is known is that Cooper will play a Miami police detective who falls in love with a marriedRead More