Or at least that’s what his co-star, Nashville‘s Eric Close says. From E! News:
A few “vintage” Bradley Cooper videos have been coming out of the woodwork lately, starting with the one of him asking Sean Penn a question on Inside the Actors Studio. In this latest, Cooper is interviewed by a clean-shaven Zach Galifianakis on his VH1 show Late World With Zach — a whole seven years before they paired up on The Hangover.
Source: Huffington Post
After Disney bought the Indiana Jones franchise in December, it’s no surprise that talks are starting to circulate about making a fifth installment of the classic Harrison Ford vehicle. But Ford — now approaching 71 — may or may not take up the lead role this time around. Latino Review — who correctly reported Cooper’s casting in Guardians of the Galaxy — says it just might be Bradley Cooper:
Philly will be well represented at this year’s MTV Movie Awards: Bradley Cooper is in the running for Best Male Performance for American Hustle, Tina Fey (alongside Amy Poehler) is up for Best Cameo Performance in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, and Kevin Hart nabbed two nominations — Best Comedic Performance for Ride Along, and he and Ice Cube are nominated together for Best Comedic Duo in the same film. My guess is that Hart is a shoe in, especially for Best Comedic Performance, since he just took home a similar prize at the way-more-prestigious NAACP Spirit Awards.
The MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Conan O’Brien, airs Sunday, April 13, at 9 p.m. on MTV.
TMZ reports that Bradley Cooper — not Ellen — actually owns the most famous selfie in the world:
Here’s the way it works … the person who owns the now-famous photo is the person who actually took it … NOT the person who owns the camera or organized the shoot. … So unless Bradley signed his rights away to the Academy, he’s the copyright owner. Any use of the pic without his permission is a violation of the copyright.
Oops. Should I have emailed him before using it above?
Guardian Slips Up, Says Bradley Manning — Not Bradley Cooper — Took the Record-Breaking Oscar Selfie
By now you’ve heard about Bradley Cooper and Ellen’s tweet that was heard around the world, but for a split second, some web readers may have been confused when The Guardian accidentally misidentified Bradley Cooper as Bradley Manning in their coverage of the milestone – yea, the WikiLeaks guy. Here’s the blurb they had to tag their coverage with:
This article was amended on 3 March 2014. The original stated that Bradley Manning took Ellen’s selfie. In fact, it was Bradley Cooper. This has been corrected.
At 10:06 p.m., Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres tweeted this photo with Jenkintown’s Bradley Cooper (and a bunch of other really famous people). Within one hour, it had over 1 million retweets and broke the previous retweet record, set by President Obama after his re-election. It also broke Twitter, temporarily.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 3, 2014
American Hustle — up for Best Picture at this weekend’s Academy Awards ceremony and starring Philly’s Bradley Cooper — is giving linguists around the world a little trouble. There seems to be no translation for the world “hustle,” so they’re doing their darndest to come up with the best alternative. The outcomes are kind of funny.