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You just can’t keep a good man down.

Coming off the huge success of ‘The Hangover,’ Bradley Cooper has signed on to star in the sci-fi suspense thriller ‘Dark Fields,’ according to a story in The Hollywood Reporter.

The story, from a 2002 novel by Alan Glynn, centers on a down-and-out New York writer who comes across a designer drug guaranteed to spike intelligence and personality. The pill makes him smarter and successful — he makes a killing in the stock market — but he begins to have horrible side effects: piercing headaches, intense bouts of rage and a “trip-switching” effect in which time begins to have a stop-motion quality.

Neil Burger, who helmed the exquisite ‘The Illusionist,’ will direct the film, which begins shooting next spring for a release by Universal.

Cooper, who has been hard at work on Garry Marshall’s ‘Valentine’s Day’ and Fox’s ‘The A-Team,’ replaces Shia LaBeouf, who was originally set to star in the project.

This outing sounds fascinating — particularly since it’s in the hands of the adept Burger — and it reminds us of some of the work of Philip K. Dick or J.G. Ballard. Let’s hope that the film lives up to its potential and doesn’t become a cinematic mess like ‘Jumper.’


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Bradley Cooper has revealed that he only wanted to be in the upcoming A-Team film so that he could beat people up.

The actor, who stars as Face in the action movie, said that he wanted to play a character who gives out beatings as opposed to receiving them, like his Alias character Will Tippin.

Cooper is quoted by New York Magazine as saying: “In Alias, I wasn’t the action guy. I got the s**t beat out of me, got tortured a lot, lost teeth, became a heroin addict, and left after the second season. I was never on the giving end of it. But in The A-Team, I get that chance.”

Talking about how he got the job in the movie, he continued: “I heard they were doing it and decided that I had to be involved. I heard Liam Neeson was going to play Hannibal, and I was also huge fan of the old TV series.”

Cooper added: “I got a meeting with director Joe Carnahan about me playing Face. I got the script to read, called next morning and unabashedly w****d myself out as to how I have to play this role. I was lucky enough that he said ‘Let’s try it’.”


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BRADLEY Cooper was shocked to find he had to follow a strict exercise and diet program for his role in the movie remake of the classic A-Team TV series.

The actor — who is currently dating Bridget Jones’s Diary star Renee Zellweger – plays Templeton “Face” Peck in the flick, which is due to hit theaters in June next year.

And Cooper admits he’s had a tough time getting himself into shape.

“I have been on this crazy getting-in-shape regimen,” he said. “It was a real shock to the system. No salt or sugar.

“I just eat what they put in front of me, but it’s a lot of like boiled chicken, and brown rice, and broccoli.”

Cooper, 34, recently admitted that he’s a hopeless romantic.

“The truth is, I got it first from my parents, who’ve been married since 1963. I got it from them and from my grandparents, who are still together,” he said.

“I grew up in a very old-fashioned Roman Catholic, Italian-Irish family in Philly. Now my parents have evolved into completely different creatures, in terms of their marriage and the roles of the man and the woman.

“And I think that’s great, but it’s still romantic.”


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I just added some arrivals, press room, and show photos of Bradley at the 13th Annual Hollywood Awards! Enjoy! :)

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I just added an HQ photo of Bradley from his new movie The A-Team to the gallery. Enjoy! :)

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Bradley Cooper & Rene Zellweger Are Over

Bradley Cooper has broken up with Rene Zellweger, reports British newspaper, The Daily Mail.

This is the latest movie star relationship tragedy of the year. It seems as if you can’t catch a break if you are an actress in Hollywood; both Rene Zellwegger and Jennifer Anniston, are box office stars that dated Bradley Cooper, and many others, but still remain ‘desperately’ single. Rene is reported to be heartbroken, but Bradley Cooper told her that he needs space- Yadda Yadda Yadda. You can read the full articles HERE.

Rene Zellwegger is set to start filming “Bridget Jones 3,” and has two other movies about to come out: “Case 39″ and “My Own Love Song.”

Bradley Cooper has a number of movies coming out, most notable being the “A-Team” remake, where he stars as Face. His other movies are: “Valentine’s Day,” “Matt Helm,” and “The Hangover 2.”


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“..a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire THE A-TEAM.”

VANCOUVER: Entertainment Tonight (ET) was on set yesterday to give viewers an exclusive look of the big-screen remake of The A-Team, the classic action-comedy series that made Stephen J. Cannell into a power player on television, as it helped NBC out of dire straits in the ratings back in the mid-1980s. Mixing The Magnificent Seven with The Dirty Dozen, Mad Max, and the ethos of Robin Hood, it was a Top 10 blockbuster during three out of its five-season stint. The A-Team follows the adventures of four Vietnam vets staying one step of the ahead of law enforcement, government, and military police, as they aid victims of injustice and oppression against protection rackets, organized crime, ruthless business developers, and corrupt loan sharks.

Liam Neeson is Taken as Col. John “Hannibal Smith”, the cool, cigar-smoking, master-of disguise leader who always had a plan — and was always on the jazz. Bradley Cooper is Lt. Templeton “Faceman” Peck, the charming con man with a way with the ladies; District 9′s Sharlto Cooper is Capt. Howling “H.M.” Murdock, the eccentric pilot, and former Ultimate Fighter Quinton “Rampage” Jackson precedes Mr. T as Sgt. B.A. Baracus, the enforcer with a heart of gold — and with fear of flying.

The plot of the film will shift from Vietnam to the Middle East, as this new A-Team seeks to clear their name while avoiding the capture of Army officer Jessica Biel, who is also Cooper’s potential onscreen love interest.

Critics blasted The A-Team for excessive use of car chases, crashes, explosions, and gunfights, but what makes the show unique is its tongue-in-cheek humor, adding the fact that nobody ever got shot. Over twenty years after their last mission, the show remains popular thanks to reruns in syndication and DVD releases of all five seasons. The A-Team’s influence continues to live on thanks to cable shows like USA’s Burn Notice and TNT’s Leverage.

Cannell, who created and executive produced the series, will also produce the big-budget A-Team, along with Tony Scott and brother Ridley, who is currently directing the new Robin Hood with Russell Crowe that is set for a May 10, 2010 release, a month before The A-Team, which comes June 10.

“I love it when a plan comes together” – Col. John “Hannibal” Smith


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The simplest thing you can say about the movies is that they take you places, geographically, emotionally, hypnotically, and the ongoing “Cities We Love” project that began three years ago with “Paris, je t’aime” continues its global exploration with “New York, I Love You.”

Eleven directors and no fewer than 16 screenwriters contributed to the omnibus affair. I like the idea of the film more than the film itself; the batting average with the Paris project was a good deal higher. Nonetheless “New York, I Love You” provides some compensatory satisfactions, thanks mostly to the actors, as they make the most of a series of pencil sketches.

The best of these shorts (typically shot in two days’ time) treat New York through the eyes of both a tourist and a native, allowing two disparate characters to connect, in their way, before moving on with their lives. In director Mira Nair’s story, an Indian jeweler (Irrfan Khan of “Slumdog Millionaire”) negotiates the sale of a diamond with a Hasidic Jew (Natalie Portman, who also wrote and directed a segment of her own). The initial dialogue, as is often the case with “New York, I Love You,” would be roughly as effective on a stage, or in an acting class. But as Nair crosscuts between the jeweler’s fantasies and the bride’s wedding, the literal becomes more poetic, and far more interesting.

Similarly: In the atmospheric one-night-stand anecdote directed by Allen Hughes, Drea De Matteo and Bradley Cooper play New Yorkers who recently met, recently slept together and now wonder what, if anything, they have to build on for a second date. Hughes’ film isn’t trying to say anything about anything, really. Yet its mood of tousled reverie, and the elegance of its intercut voice-overs and single shots following the two characters traveling to their agreed-upon meeting place, adds up to a lovely miniature. De Matteo in particular wrestles with several competing emotions, eloquently.

It’s too bad more of the segments can’t hit this level of interest. (I’d add the Anthony Minghella-scripted, Shekhar Kapur-directed memory vignette, starring Julie Christie, John Hurt and Shia LaBeouf, in the plus column.) At least half the vignettes demand that you focus on your appreciation of performers as diverse as Chris Cooper, Robin Wright Penn and Maggie Q, and what they bring to conventional material. For a movie about a dizzyingly multiethnic place, “New York, I Love You” is a little on the vanilla side. But some of it is pretty tasty. The producers of the film plan to add at least four more omnibus films to their ongoing city-tribute project, including odes to Rio, Shanghai and Jerusalem. If they ever get around to a Chicago movie, perhaps it could be timed to coincide with the 2016 Olympics.

Suggested title: “Chicago, I Love You But You’re Still Mad at Rio.”


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Call theirs a globe-trotting romance!

Renée Zellweger and Bradley Cooper have been spending time apart – he’s been filming The A-Team in Vancouver, and she’s been in Paris and New York – but Zellweger was spotted arriving at Vancouver‘s International Airport Wednesday night to spend a few days with her beau.

On Thursday night, the couple and three friends arrived around 10 p.m. to Market, a Jean-Georges restaurant at downtown Vancouver’s Shangri-La Hotel.

Fellow diner DJ Leanne, a Vancouver-based deejay, tells PEOPLE, “Whenever they were speaking, they had their hands on each other’s knees underneath the table, and they were holding each other’s hands underneath the table.”

She adds: “They were very cute. They really looked like a couple, and that they were ‘together.’”

Zellweger, 40, and Cooper, 34, who didn’t enter Market through its front doors, were seated with their friends at a round banquette, but sat on chairs with their backs facing the restaurant to remain low-key.

But it was evident “Renée was very happy,” says DJ Leanne. “She was laughing, smiling. They were very cute. They were definitely having a good time and seemed happy.”


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