Bradley Cooper might be one of the only actors who actually insists he doesn’t want to win an Oscar (or at least that’s what he says.)
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His new film, Silver Linings Playbook, is quickly gaining attention as a standout in part because of Cooper’s humorous portrayal of a man dealing with being bipolar. But Cooper isn’t getting on his high horse yet.
Bradley Cooper on ‘Silver Linings Playbook’: “I had never been asked to do a role that demanded that kind of dexterity and truth”
After watching Bradley Cooper play a horndog in the Hangover films, a dreadlocked gangster in Hit and Run, and supporting roles in comedies (both romantic and otherwise), it would be easy to doubt that he has the acting ability to pull off a dramatic lead role in a David O. Russell movie.
In recent years, Bradley Cooper has become one of Hollywood’s most successful leading men. Despite this, there was a time when not getting work was a normal part of life for Cooper.
Bradley Cooper on ‘The Words’ and Rejection as an Actor: It’s “something you have to become accustomed to”
Although Bradley Cooper seems as if he was born being the quintessential Hollywood leading man, the actor did face some obstacles starting out in the business. These roadblocks helped him portray the struggling writer, Rory Jansen, in his new film, The Words.
Some of the choices are the usual suspects, but there are also some surprises.
The Hangover Part II” “It definitely perplexed me because to me, it’s not even a question that it’s a better movie than the first one. On every level I just think you’re watching a director evolve. It’s a much more complicated film.”
Director: Todd Phillips
Cast: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong