Concept art has surfaced of Bradley Cooper has surfaced from director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's abandoned remake of The Crow. Neither the director nor the star is now attached to the Relativity Media project.
Limitless star Bradley Cooper reportedly has withdrawn from talks for director Steven Soderbergh's big-screen version of The Man from U.N.C.L.E..
The Hangover and Limitless star Bradley Cooper has been offered a lead role in Steven Soderbergh's big-screen update of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Casey Affleck is in negotiations to join Bradley Cooper, Ben Walker and Djimon Hounsou in the cast of Alex Proyas' Paradise Lost.
Djimon Hounsou joins the cast of Alex Proyas' Paradise Lost adaptation as Abdiel, the Angel of Death.
Benjamin Walker is close to landing the role of the archangel Michael in Alex Proyas' adaptation of John Milton's Paradise Lost.
Director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and actor Bradley Cooper are attached to Relativity Media's "reinvention" of the 1994 box-office hit, an adaptation of the comic by James O'Barr.
The Tony Award-winning actor will play "Larry the burn guy" in the mysterious FX pilot from Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
An Entertainment Tonight set visit for The Hangover Part II reveals some of the hijinx in store for the film's May release.
Following last week's release of Bradley Cooper's viral video promoting fictional super drug NZT comes the first official trailer for the same movie, Limitless, arriving in theaters in March 2011.
With the director and star no longer involved in adapting Seth Grahame-Smith's novel, the post-apocalyptic revamp of the classic Jane Austen tale seemed all but buried -- but like the horrific monstrosities teased in the title, the project is apparently back from the dead.
Bradley Cooper, who lost out to Ryan Reynolds for the role of Hal Jordan in Green Lantern, is the rumored frontrunner to play Barry Allen in The Flash. Cooper, who's filming The Hangover 2 for Warner Bros., reportedly is a studio favorite.
Ryan Reynolds just can't stop himself saying yes to movies. Not only does he have Deadpool, RIPD, Safehouse and the Green Lantern movies in his future, but now he's also apparently teaming with The Hangover's Bradley Cooper to play kids of cops.
The Last Airbender director's mystery project starring Bruce Willis, Gwyneth Paltrow and Bradley Cooper gets a bit of a plot description.