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Jan 27: Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Check out an interview round-up of Bradley on the red carpet of the New York premiere of The Place Beyond the Pines. You can view all 4 interviews below. Screen captures will be uploaded to the gallery soon. Enjoy!
Hey everybody! I apologize for the lateness of these photos. Bradley attended the New York premiere of his movie The Place Beyond the Pines on March 28, 2013. The premiere was held at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema in New York City, New York. Bradley was spotted wearing a Tom Ford suit. You can check out 34 MQ photos in the gallery. Enjoy!
“It meant I couldn’t get my driving licence until I was 17 – talk about a buzzkill with the ladies,” the 38-year-old actor tells GQ magazine.
“Imagine all your buddies are driving around, picking up their women and there’s little old me having to wait for a lift from my mom. Or saying to some girl, ‘Hey, you want to get a train ride? It’s romantic!”’
The Silver Linings Playbook actor had a long battle with alcohol, finally giving up drinking aged 29.
“There was always this duality with me. On one hand my father use to call me Two Shoes because I was always the goodie-two-shoes. Then puberty hit and I fell in with a bad crowd and I seemed to find a sense of self-worth by hanging out with these older kids and doing whatever they thought was cool.”
Bradley Cooper, for his part, gets in on the depressing action as a cop who has discovered something unseemly about his new co-workers, and tries to do the right thing — but it turns out no one is interested in what he has to say.
The official teaser trailer for The Hangover: Part III was released yesterday. You can check out the teaser below, as well as 38 HD screen captures in the gallery. What do you guys think of the teaser? Leave a comment and let us know. The Hangover: Part III hits theaters on May 24, 2013.
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Bradley Cooper didn’t think he was ”The Guy” for ‘The Hangover’.
The heartthrob actor was convinced the he wouldn’t make the final cut for the comedy film when he first went to audition for director Todd Phillips as he believed hiring unknowns for the project was too risky at the time.
He explained: ”I think my agent had to strong-arm Todd into seeing me that day. Todd and I hit it off in the room, but I could see that I wasn’t ‘The Guy’. You know? They had very specific actors who they wanted to do the movie with – those actors weren’t uninterested.
”And they were unknowns. And when a studio is giving you $15m to make a movie and you want to use three unknowns? No way. So then it just went away. I forgot about it.
”I went up to Williamstown to do a play, ‘The Understudy’, thinking at least it would help fulfill me creatively, but I had no real idea where my next pay cheque was coming from. Then I got this email from Todd. It was 2pm and we were just doing the matinee performance and then ‘ping’ … ‘Come on b****es.’ ”
Although Bradley’s high-profile friends were confused as to why he took on the part, the 38-year-old star was keen to participate and feels ”honoured” have become successful in the showbiz industry.
He added: ”I rang him and was like, ‘Todd what are you talking about?’ He said, ‘It’s on. ‘The Hangover’. We’re going to do it.’
”Back then, I had a couple of high-profile actor friends who were pretty successful and they were saying, ‘Why are you doing that movie called ‘The Hangover’? I read the script and passed.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh, OK. Well, I’m doing it.’
”Actors are a crazy breed. I feel honoured to be a part of this profession, but I also feel a lot of gratitude that I am not a typical actor. Not at all.”