Bradley made an appearance on Good Morning America yesterday alongside his friend Anthony Daniels to raise awareness for bone marrow donations. We think the interview is definitely worth your time and be sure to head over to DeleteBloodCancer.org and BeTheMatch.org for more information. Also be sure to spread the word using the #AnthonysFight hashtag on social media.
Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams play love interests in Cameron Crowe’s Aloha, and just like in the movie, the two have a history.
“I knew that we would have great chemistry,” Cooper told ET. “At least I thought we would based on Wedding Crashers, a movie I’d done with her 10 years ago. I always thought, ‘Wow! It’s so easy to work with her.’ She’s so present and it only got stronger after 10 years.”
If nothing else, the movie gets an A for casting.
Cooper and McAdams lead a star-studded cast that includes Emma Stone, John Krasinski, Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride, Jay Baruchel and Bill Murray in this story of a military contractor (Cooper) who screws up a major deal and is forced to return to his old life in Hawaii to help with a U.S. Space mission.
I met Bradley Cooper in 2007, shooting an arc on the FX drama Nip/Tuck. Our characters had this wonderfully twisted relationship: I was a closeted TV producer in mad, unrequited love with Bradley, the ambitious, manipulative star of my soap opera. During our first take, he grabbed me by the lapels, threw me against a wall and launched into this insane in-character, off-script rant about how my not going to the gym was breaking his disgusted heart.
Apparently, in our line of work, this is how great friendships begin. Turns out this psycho was in fact a loving, grounded, hardworking fellow whose priorities in life are his dog Charlotte, the Philadelphia Eagles and showing up for people he cares about.
And yes, he’s a dazzling actor. Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle, The Elephant Man—these are increasingly brave, eccentric, breathtakingly diverse performances. I barely recognized him in American Sniper; physically and emotionally, he actually kind of disappeared.
It’s hard to make people, especially your friends, forget who you are onscreen. But Bradley’s that good. And I think we’ve seen only a hint of what’s to come.
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.
People Magazine released the first trailer for Bradley’s upcoming movie “Aloha“, previously known as Untitled Cameron Crowe/Hawaii Project.
The Aloha trailer is here – and its ensemble is about as A-list as you can get!
The Sony comedy stars Bradley Cooper as a military contractor who, after blowing an assignment, returns to his old stomping grounds: the U.S. space program in Honolulu.
Things get complicated when he reconnects with a former flame (Rachel McAdams) and starts to fall for a peppy air force liaison (EmmaStone). Meanwhile, John Krasinski appears as a soldier, Alec Baldwin pops up as Cooper’s angry superior, and – for good measure – Bill Murray spews nuggets of wisdom throughout.
The film, written and directed by Cameron Crowe (Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous), hits theaters May 29.
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