The 2015 MTV Movie Awards took place yesterday and Bradley won Best Male Performance for “American Sniper“. He skipped the red/blue carpet but he was photographed on stage during his acceptance speech and in the audience/backstage. The first batch with high quality images are added in our gallery. The official video of his acceptance speech can be found after the jump.
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Bradley attended the “American Sniper” premiere in Washington earlier this month. High quality images have been added in our gallery:
“American Sniper” made history this weekend in the U.S. box office. THR is reporting the following story:
Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper continued to outpace expectations on Monday — the official Martin Luther King Jr. holiday — grossing $17.8 million and putting its historic four-day debut at $107.3 million, instead of the projected $105.3 million.
American Sniper marks the biggest launch ever for a non-tentpole Hollywood title, as well as for a movie opening in January — much less an R-rated modern-day war film (the previous best for a drama was The Passion of the Christ with $83.8 million). And the film’s three-day haul of $89.5 million marks the No. 2 debut for an R-rated film after The Matrix: Reloaded ($91.8 million), not accounting for inflation.
The Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow production, starring Bradley Cooper as real-life Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, benefited from a massive turnout in America’s heartland. It also recorded the biggest Oscar bump of all time after landing six nominations Feb. 15, including best picture and best actor.
Bradley attended the 2014 National Board Of Review Gala earlier this week in New York alongside “American Sniper” director Clint Eastwood. We have added the high quality images in our gallery.
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that “American Sniper” broke the limited Christmas release record this weekend.
Director Clint Eastwood’s awards contender American Sniper also did huge business, scoring the biggest opening of all time for a limited Christmas release. The movie, based on the real-life story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, grossed $850,000 from four theaters in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas (Kyle was from Texas) for a massive screen average of $212,500.
American Sniper, starring Bradley Cooper as Kyle and earning a coveted A+ CinemaScore, broke records at the ArcLight Hollywood and at the Dallas Northpark 15.