The full list of nominations for the 2014 MTV Movie Awards has just been revealed, and the competition for the Golden Popcorn might be the toughest in years. Bradley scored himself a nomination for Best Male Performance in “American Hustle.” The film, as well as his co-stars Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, and Christian Bale, all got nominations as well. View below who Bradley was nominated with and you can also click the link below to view all nominations.
BEST MALE PERFORMANCE
Bradley Cooper — “American Hustle”
Leonardo DiCaprio — “The Wolf of Wall Street”
Chiwetel Ejiofor — “12 Years a Slave”
Josh Hutcherson — “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”
Matthew McConaughey — “Dallas Buyers Club”
If you want Bradley to win his award, you can vote here. The 2014 MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Conan O’Brien, will air on April 13th, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Warner Bros. has acquired American Blood, an upcoming crime novel by Ben Sanders, with Bradley Cooper attached to star and produce.
At least one other studio had bid on the project (which is currently a partial manuscript), and several TV companies had also expressed interest.
The story follows Marshall Grade, an NYPD officer turned mob informant, who, while living in the witness protection program in New Mexico, is pulled into a dangerous investigation involving a missing woman.
Andrew Sodroski (Holland, Michigan) is attached to adapt the script. John Lesher and Adam Kassan will produce while Chantal Nong is overseeing for the studio. Cooper will produce through his 22 & Indiana banner, while Brendan Deneen of Macmillan Entertainment and Pouya Shabazian of New Leaf Literary & Media will also produce.
Sanders, from New Zealand, published his first book, Fallen, at age 20. The book was a best-seller in his native country, and he went on to write two others — By Any Means and Only the Dead.
Now 24 years old, Sanders will make his American debut with American Blood, which is slated for fall 2015 via MacMillan. American Blood is likely the first in a series of books, which means there’s franchise potential for the films.
Cooper, Oscar nominated for his role in American Hustle, will next star as the voice of Rocket Raccoon in Guardians of the Galaxy. He’ll next shoot Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper. He’s repped by CAA.
The full lineup of presenters for the 2014 Oscar Awards were announced today and Bradley is among them. Tune in live on Sunday, March 2nd for the 2014 Oscar Awards ceremony!
Columbia Pictures and Regency Enterprises have marked out a December 25, 2014 release date for their untitled Cameron Crowe film, which stars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Danny McBride, and Alec Baldwin. Scott Rudin is producing with Crowe, who wrote and directed the romantic comedy. There’s still no title, but the plot centers on a defense contractor (Cooper) who falls for an Air Force pilot (Stone) after he is assigned to oversee the launch of a weapons satellite from Hawaii.
I just wanted to give all of you Bradley fans a quick little talk show update. Bradley will be appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, February 17th. Not only that, but lineup for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has been announced. Bradley will be making his appearance later on that week on Wednesday, February 19th. I’ll give you guys a reminder once it gets a little closer.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Monday, Feb. 17: Guest Bradley Cooper and musical guest Tim McGraw.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Wednesday, Feb. 19: Guest Bradley Cooper
Though a 30-second “Guardians” spot was widely reported, Marvel and Disney have a plan to roll out the characters “in the biggest and best way possible”
THEWRAP.COM – Marvel fans hoping to get a first glimpse of this summer’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie during the Super Bowl are going to be pretty krutacking disappointed in this news: It’s not happening.
Though “Guardians” was widely reported (not on TheWrap, for the record) as one of a handful of films that would get a 30-second spot during the game, director James Gunn threw cold water on fans of the once-obscure comicbook series that Marvel and Disney hope will expand its cinematic superhero universe into the cosmos.
Gunn first made the annoucement via Twitter …
For those of you asking about a #gotg Super Bowl spot, there will not be one but we will have something incredibly awesome for you soon.
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) January 24, 2014
… then followed up with a more detailed explanation on Facebook:
Although I announced it on Twitter, I’m still getting questions about it on FB, so I thought I’d share here as well – the news reports of there being a Guardians of the Galaxy Super Bowl spot are incorrect. So if you’re a fan planning on sitting through hours of football only to get your #GotG fix – don’t! I know many of you are dying for a glimpse into the universe we’re creating – believe me, I hear you loud and clear hundreds of times a day, and I am dying even more to share it with you – IT’S KILLING ME THAT I CAN’T SHOW YOU A GLIMPSE – but Marvel and Disney have had a plan in place for a long time for the rollout of these characters in the biggest and best way possible, serving the widest audience as possible. Trust that they know what they’re doing, as they’ve been through this a few times before. And please be patient. Your enthusiasm, as always, is more than appreciated.
So much for the old adage that movie stars head to Broadway to revive their flagging film careers – or to announce that they are available to appear on television.
No less than Bradley Cooper, currently Oscar nominated for his role in American Hustle, is bound for the Great White Way, in a revival of Bernard Pomerance’s 1979 Tony-winning best drama, The Elephant Man, reports Entertainment Weekly.
The show is due to open in the fall. Further details and other casting news have yet to be announced.
Actor Philip Anglim was nominated for a Tony for his performance in the original Broadway production, and John Hurt was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar when he played the role in David Lynch’s 1980 film, which was not based on the play. (The movie was also nominated for Best Picture.)
The most recent Broadway revival was a 2002 production with Billy Crudup and Kate Burton, who were both nominated for Tonys.
The story concerns the real-life John Merrick, a severely disfigured 19th- century Englishman who struggles to live with dignity.
Cooper, 39, played the role to excellent reviews in a summer 2012 limited run at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts.
“For anyone who has any doubts, Mr. Cooper is not just a movie star, he’s an actor,” said critic Jeffrey Borak of the Berkshire Eagle.
Cooper’s last appearance on Broadway was in 2006, alongside Julia Roberts and Paul Rudd in the Richard Greenberg drama Three Days of Rain.
Earlier this week it was reported that Hugh Jackman and Daniel Radcliffe are also both returning to Broadway.
When Cooper appeared in the Williamstown production, PEOPLE.com readers were polled on whether or not they liked his on-stage look – which had him smooth-chested.
Overwhelming, readers told him to drop the razor. His hairy chest took it by a landslide, 94%.
Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tina Fey, John Goodman, Josh Holloway, Pauley Perrette, and Jeremy Renner are confirmed to present at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®, Executive Producer/Director Jeff Margolis and Executive Producer Kathy Connell announced today.
They join a growing list of actors who will honor their colleagues at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, including Ben Affleck, Sasha Alexander, Don Cheadle, Matt Damon, Robert De Niro, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Garner, Clark Gregg, Tom Hanks, SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard, Mindy Kaling, Jennifer Lawrence, Jared Leto, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Marsden, Matthew McConaughey, Ewan McGregor, Lupita Nyong’o, Sarah Paulson, Julia Roberts, Elisabeth Röhm, Kevin Spacey, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson, Kerry Washington, Forest Whitaker, and Oprah Winfrey.
Amy Adams has been nominated for six Actor® statuettes — including one this year for David O. Russell’s “American Hustle” as a member of the film’s cast. She was first nominated for a SAG Award in 2006 in the supporting actress category for “Junebug.” Adams also earned previous nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role and cast performances for both “The Fighter” in 2011 and “Doubt” in 2009.
Nominated for his third SAG Award this year, Bradley Cooper is being recognized as a member of the “American Hustle” film cast. He earned his first two Actor award nods last year for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role and Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture in David O. Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook.” He next stars in the untitled Cameron Crowe project to be released later this year.
Benedict Cumberbatch receives his first two Actor® nominations this year for cast performances in “12 Years a Slave” and “August: Osage County.” He will next be seen as Alan Turing in Morten Tyldum’s dramatic thriller “The Imitation Game” and as The Necromancer in Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: There and Back Again.”
Seven-time Actor® award recipient Tina Fey is nominated twice this year for her role as Liz Lemon in “30 Rock.” She has received a total of 14 SAG Awards nominations for both leading and ensemble roles in the NBC series since 2008. Seven seasons, 139 episodes, and five Actor® statuettes later, actor/writer/creator Fey bid adieu to the NBC comedy series. She will star with Ricky Gervais and Ty Burrell next in the Walt Disney Pictures film “Muppets Most Wanted.” She will also be seen in Shawn Levy’s “This Is Where I Leave You” this September alongside fellow SAG nominee Jason Bateman.
John Goodman received his first Actor® award for a cast performance in “Argo” last year. His recent film roles include the Coen brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis” and his reprisal of the role of Sulley in “Monsters University,” the sequel to the Disney-Pixar animated film “Monsters, Inc.” He will next appear in George Clooney’s World War II action film “The Monuments Men” alongside Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray, and Matt Damon.
Josh Holloway earned an Actor® award in 2006 alongside the cast of ABC’s “Lost.” He currently stars as Gabriel Vaughn in the CBS drama series “Intelligence.” On the big screen, he will next be seen opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joe Manganiello, Sam Worthington and Terrence Howard in the action film “Sabotage.”
Pauley Perrette has played the tech-savvy yet unconventional forensic scientist Abby Sciuto in the drama “NCIS” since 2003. Garnering 23.24 million total viewers around the world, the CBS series remains the most-watched show on television. She has also appeared on popular small screen shows like “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Murder One,” “24,” and “The Drew Carey Show.” Her feature film credits include “The Price of Kissing,” “Almost Famous,” “Hungry Hearts,” “The Ring,” and “Ash Tuesday.”
Four-time SAG Award nominee, Jeremy Renner is up for a cast award this year for his performance in “American Hustle.” He earned his first two Actor® award nominations in 2010 for both leading role and as cast member of the film “The Hurt Locker.” Renner also was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role as James Coughlin in Ben Affleck’s 2011 drama “The Town.”
Forgot they were live? Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper got bleeped during their acceptance speeches at the 2014 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, Calif. on Thursday, Jan. 16. Bullock was the first to drop the F-bomb, but was quickly followed by her former All About Steve costar.
Shortly into the awards show, airing on the CW, the 49-year-old actress took the stage to accept the award for Best Actress in an Action Movie for her role in Gravity. “I’d like to thank Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme for teaching me everything I know,” she joked. “It’s not easy doing what we do, people.” But before she could continue, a recording loudly interrupted her over the PA system, saying, “Choice Movie Awards.”
Bullock looked completely shocked and mouthed, “What the f–k?” Fortunately, the CW was quick to censor the actress during their slight delay. “I’m an action hero. You do not do that to an action hero,” the Heat star said, before continuing with her speech.
Shortly after Bullock’s memorable speech, Cooper, 39, took the stage to accept the Best Acting Ensemble Award for American Hustle. The CW managed to censor Cooper’s reference to his costars as “these f–king actors.”
Bullock and Cooper weren’t alone, however, in their onstage slip-ups. Cate Blanchett dropped the S-bomb during her acceptance speech for Best Actress for her role as Jasmine French in Blue Jasmine. The CW once again caught the mistake and bleeped her out. “They couldn’t give a s**t what I do, and for that I’m eternally grateful,” she joked of her three sons onstage. “But you need to be grateful that it is I, and not Jasmine French, who is your mother,” she continued of her unforgettably loopy character.
The nominees for the 86th Annual Academy Awards were just announced and Bradley bagged a nomination for ‘Best Supporting Actor’ for his role in “American Hustle”. He’s up against Jared Leto, Michael Fassbender, Jonah Hill, and Barkhad Abdi. This marks Bradley’s second Oscar nomination.
“American Hustle” leads with a total of 10 nods, including “Best Picture”, “Best Director”, and “Best Original Screenplay”. Brad’s co-stars, Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale and Amy Adams, are also nominated.
The Oscars will air live Sunday, March 2, on ABC.