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These days, Brad Cooper is a world-famous, preposterously handsome actor nominated for best actor at this Sunday's Oscars for his work running around in a garbage bag in Silver Linings Playbook.
After his incendiary interviews with Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, and Amy Adams yesterday, Zach Galifianakis is back between two ferns with Jessica Chastain, Sally Field, and Brad Cooper.
Drive had Ryan Gosling, acclaimed indie director Nicholas Winding Refn, it-girl (I still don't really know what that means, but it seems accurate) Carey Mulligan, and vroomy-vroom vroom getaway cars.
I'm one of the biggest David O.
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After the jump, I've got the trailer for David O.
For reasons I can't quite explain, I've always sort of liked Dax Shepard.
This white dude rapping about pancakes is the biggest thing on the internet right now.
Casting America's most blue-eyed WASP Bradley Cooper as the mixed-race goth icon in The Crow remake is one of the dumber ideas to come out of Hollywood, a town built on terrible ideas.
Oooh, look at me, I'm Brad Cooper, I'm a super-handsome movie star who also speaks fluent French, I'm sooooo great.
When it was announced last week that Relativity Media would be remaking The Crow, starring goth icon, uh.
In a story with at least three levels of sucking, The Hangover's Bradley Cooper is in negotiations to star in a remake of The Crow.
Brad Cooper's Limitless led a boring box office weekend in which none of the new releases made more than $20 million or less than $10 million.
Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, and Todd Phillips carried the first Hangover, even though the script was pretty lame and hacky.
Before I report this, be advised that it's highly possible that this is just TMZ trying to milk a big story and not really news.
Despite the fact that his last four movies were The Happening, Lady in the Water, The Village, and Signs, and that he's proven himself to be kind of a prick (the theme of Lady in the Water, one of the most unwatchable movies of all time, was basically that M.
There's a new trailer out for the Joe Carnahan-directed A-Team, and this one seems specially designed for the person who saw the first one and said, "Hmm, not ridiculous enough.
Hollywood Execs don't really know sh*t about comedy, which is why they originally wouldn't finance The Hangover, which starred Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms, who were famous only to people who watch comedy.
(Good job, Brad Cooper, you don't want a baby growing in that womb) An actor pulling out of a project isn't huge news in itself, but at a time when plenty of leading men should consider firing their agents *cough* Gerard Butler.