Posted on Thursday, May 16th, 2013 by Angie Han
Four years after The Hangover blew up their careers in a big way, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis are circling back to close that chapter of their careers once and for all. Or at least until Warner Bros. realize these movies are still making a ton of money and they need to make more of them.
A new red-band trailer has dropped for The Hangover Part III, the last planned installment of the comedy franchise. As always, red-band means NSFW, so take a look around before you hit the jump to check it out.
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There’s a showdown brewing in the kitchen. Years ago, David Fincher was attached to direct a film called Chef. His version never happened, but John Wells, whose film adaptation of Osage: Orange County just debuted a trailer, is going to make the movie from the script by Steven Knight. The Weinstein Company is behind the film, and they’ve just landed Bradley Cooper as the star. Good job, guys!
But while that Chef was floundering, before Wells and Cooper came on, Jon Favreau wrote his own indie called Chef, and has recruited actors like Robert Downey Jr. and Sofia Vergara (and possibly Scarlett Johansson) to join him. He plans to shoot the film this summer.
So who gets the title? The film that had it first, or the movie that shoots first? How about the one with the more powerful lawyers? Read More »
There was a point where Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell and star Bradley Cooper might have reunited to adapt the book American Sniper, which is the autobiography of Chris Kyle, who has the most recorded kills of any sniper in US military history. (As a civilian, Kyle was shot and killed this past February by another veteran at a Texas shooting range.)
Bradley Cooper has been developing the project since last year, and while he and Russell are now working together on another film, the Abscam sting project American Hustle, there is a new director for American Sniper. Steven Spielberg will reportedly direct the film as his next project. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 by Angie Han
I don’t believe in curses, but if I did I’d be inclined to believe Jane Got a Gun was suffering from one. Bradley Cooper has just dropped out of the notoriously troubled Western, making him the third actor to do so in just two months. Joel Edgerton, Natalie Portman, and Noah Emmerich remain on board.
Producers are now scrambling to find a replacement, and are reportedly eyeing Jake Gyllenhaal, Tobey Maguire, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Tom Hiddleston as possibilities. Hit the jump for more details.
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Did anyone watch Silver Linings Playbook and think, “I want that ending to wrap up even nicer?” It had a very sweet, very appropriate conclusion but that wasn’t always how it ended for director David O. Russell. The Oscar-winning film starring Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro hits Blu-ray and DVD April 30, including a bunch of deleted scenes. One of them is an alternate ending that brought all the characters back together for one more time. Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Friday, April 12th, 2013 by Angie Han
We’ve still got a ways to go before we can see Matt Reeves‘ Dawn of the Planet of the Apes or David O. Russell‘s untitled Abscam project. Heck, it’ll be months before we even get real trailers for either of them.
But in the meantime, we can pore over set pics to see what the filmmakers and actors have been up to during production. Based on those, Reeves and his team are enjoying getting closer to Mother Nature, while Russell’s stars seem to be engaged in a contest to see who can rock the craziest hair. Hit the jump to out the images.
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Posted on Thursday, April 11th, 2013 by Angie Han
With Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn reconnecting for The Internship this summer, their former Wedding Crashers co-stars Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams are plotting a reunion of their own, albeit for an entirely different type of project.
McAdams has entered talks to join Cooper and Emma Stone in the latest project by Cameron Crowe, billed as a romantic comedy in the vein of Jerry Maguire and Almost Famous. That description alone is reason enough to get excited, but the great cast helps, too. Hit the jump to keep reading.
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After months of radio silence regarding The Hangover Part III, now it seems like you can close your eyes without a glimpse at the Wolfpack. Commercials, posters, stills and now Warner Bros. has released a second trailer, which finally reveals the story behind the epic conclusion of the blockbuster comedy trilogy.
Seems Chow (Ken Jeong) stole a lot of money from John Goodman‘s character and only four men can find him: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and, maybe, Justin Bartha. Check it out below. Read More »