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October 30, 2015 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
AFTER HIS RECENT Serious Actor stage and movie triumphs, Bradley Cooper turns to lighter fare in Burnt, the story of a hot chef. His character is hot as in celebrated, and hot as in Bradley Cooper. Who can blame him? After playing "The Elephant Man" every day for several months on the West End, it doesn't hurt to serve up a heaping helping of handsome in a movie like "Burnt" to remind audiences that Cooper is a dish. He eats raw oysters, lapses into French and walks around in a towel a lot. Though he's put on a few pounds since "The Hangover," I did hear someone in the preview audience use the word "yummy.
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March 22, 2015 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Unsatisfiable celebrities Ladies: There shall henceforth be more Bradley Cooper for you all! Reports say he and English beauty Suki Waterhouse have agreed to part after two years of romance. (Question: What do these beautiful people want ? We'd date either one.) . . . Recent remarks by former amours toujours Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant raised our eyebrows (not to mention earbrows). As you may recall, the two spectaculars sundered back in 1995, after Hugh unwisely elected to canoodle with prostitute Divine Brown in a car in L.A. and got nabbed in the, ah, act. Hugh and Hurl remain buds.
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January 16, 2015 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
LOOKING at the Oscar nominations, it's hard to tell whether "American Sniper" helped Bradley Cooper, or Cooper helped the movie. The Jenkintown native's best-actor nod for "Sniper" was his third acting nomination in just three years - his fourth overall, since he helped produce "American Sniper" and shares in its best-picture nomination. This year his magic touch appears to have helped the movie, which nabbed six Academy Award nominations despite a very low awards-season profile (the movie opens here today)
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June 26, 2009 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
NOW THAT Philadelphia native Bradley Cooper has gone from popular supporting actor to movie star, thanks to "The Hangover," it was only a matter of time before he was linked to a movie-star girlfriend. He might as well start at the top. According to Star magazine, Bradley is "On! On! On!" with Jennifer Aniston. Yes, they could just be friends from "He's Not That Into You," but that's no fun. Not when they could be "On! On! On!" The "It Couple" du jour reportedly dined together at Manhattan's Il Cantinori on June 18 and the sparks, of course, flew.
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September 7, 2012 | BY LAUREN McCUTCHEON, Daily News Staff Writer
THE NEW MOVIE "The Words" was directed and written by a trio of childhood friends. One of the friends is named Bradley Cooper. Maybe you've heard of him. He's from Rydal. He was in a pair of little movies called "The Hangover" and "The Hangover Part II. " Also starred in a flick called "The A Team. " Last year, an obscure publication that calls itself People magazine dubbed him the "Sexiest Man Alive. " Ring a bell? Anything? "The Words' " writer-directors, Lee Sternthal and Brian Klugman, grew up in Dresher and Lower Moreland, respectively.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 29, 2015 | Daily News Staff
For those who feel the warmth for Bradley Cooper , it's now official: He is so hot, he actually caught on fire. His latest film, in which he plays a chef (and which opens Friday), is called "Burnt," and, it seems, he was. In fact, both he and co-star Sienna Miller needed medical attention on the as-real-as-a-real-kitchen set. "There is the intensity of the kitchen in the movie," Cooper said. "Massive amounts of pressure, time pressure. It's hot and dangerous, and you better keep up. There's a lot of burning.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 17, 2013
T AYLOR SWIFT will never get to write a breakup song about Bradley Cooper . The Rydal boy rebuffed her before she had the chance. Swift asked best gal pal, Jennifer Lawrence , who starred with Cooper in the Delco-set "Silver Linings Playbook," to hook her up with the recently Oscar-nominated actor, according to RadarOnline. But Cooper, ever the classy one, turned down the offer because the 23-year-old Swift is far too young for him. Cooper turned 38 this month.
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October 26, 2015 | By Steven Rea, Inquirer Movie Critic
In Burnt , opening Friday, Bradley Cooper is Adam Jones, a culinary star desperate for a comeback after torpedoing his career with drugs, drink, and insufferable arrogance. The dramedy, directed by John Wells, costars Daniel Brühl (restaurateur), Sienna Miller (rising chef), Emma Thompson (therapist), Uma Thurman (food critic), and Alicia Vikander (ex-lover). The cuisine is decidedly haute, and the scenes in the London restaurant where Cooper's Jones barks orders are perfect down to the last wisp of truffle pomme puree.
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March 1, 2012 | By Sam Wood, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Bradley Cooper, the screen idol from Rydal with the laser-blue eyes, has signed a two-year development deal with Warner Bros. Cooper, 37, who was named People magazine's 'Sexiest Man Alive' in November, will give the film giant first-look at any movies created by his production company, 22 & Indiana, according to Variety. Cooper's company name appears to be an allusion to the intersection in North Philadelphia where his father grew up. "We're very happy to take our relationship with Bradley to the next level," said Warners chief Jeff Robinov in a statement.
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May 15, 2015 | By Ellen Gray
NEW YORK - Bradley Cooper will be back on TV this fall. The Jenkintown native will appear in the series premiere of "Limitless," a new CBS drama inspired by the 2011 movie in which Cooper starred, the network's entertainment president, Nina Tassler, announced yesterday. Cooper is an executive producer on the show and his character will recur, "subject to his availability. " Also back, on a different night: former "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" stars William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger, who'll return Sept.
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July 29, 2016
Everyone on staff is helping our celebrity spotting during the DNC. Here are some more highlights: From Elizabeth Wellington : BET Networks and Airbnb hosted a DNC soiree Tuesday night at Coda nightclub (1712 Walnut St.). The jawn - the official name of the party - was packed. Singers Bilal and Raheem Devaughn entertained the well-dressed, packed-to-capacity crowd. The Daily Show host Trevor Noah milled through the space like he was everybody's homeboy along with one of the show's funniest correspondents, Roy Wood Jr. (The two are at Penn's Annenberg Center taping the show.)
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July 22, 2016 | By Howard Gensler
IN 1985, ROCK impresario Bill Graham was one of the producers of Live Aid in Philly. Now, 25 years after his death in 1991, The National Museum of American Jewish History here at 5th and Market Streets will host the East Coast premiere of "Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution" from Sept. 16 to Jan. 16, 2017. Graham was a holocaust survivor who fled Nazi Germany as a boy to come to America and become one of the most influential promoters of the rock era. If you were a big act from the 1960s to the 1980s - The Grateful Dead , Jefferson Airplane , Janis Joplin , Jimi Hendrix , Santana , Fleetwood Mac , the Who , Led Zeppelin , the Doors , Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young , Bob Dylan , The Band , the Rolling Stones - Graham had some role in your career.
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May 2, 2016
John Brazer expected to get a good job when he left the University of Virginia, but he never expected he'd one day be the world's happiest 50-year-old guy in a tie. Brazer goes to a park every day. He hobnobs with celebrities. He vacations with a mascot. His business card actually says "Director of Fun and Games. " His job for the last 23 years has been to promote the Phillies brand . . . essentially however he sees fit. In 1993, Brazer was working for a consulting company but recently had returned from a stint in Manchester, England, where he coached and played lacrosse for a club team.
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March 13, 2016 | By Steven Rea, Columnist
If you look hard enough around the kitchen of John Goodman's survivalist bunker in 10 Cloverfield Lane , you may spot the little bit of hometown Philadelphia that the director, Dan Trachtenberg, planted. The what-just-happened-here? abduction tale, with a terrific Mary Elizabeth Winstead as captive to Goodman's character, is set in Louisiana farm country. But Trachtenberg, who grew up in the Upper Moreland/Willow Grove neck of the woods, felt compelled to add Tastykakes to the provisions.
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February 15, 2016
DREAMBOAT Matt Katzenbach, of Salt Lake City (at right in photo), is not related to former Daily News intern and Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper. Nor, quite obviously, is Matt's identical twin, Scott (the handsome fellow on the left). Nonetheless, the Arizona-born brothers bear a striking resemblance to the Rydal-raised star of Silver Linings Playbook. Way back since the days of Alias , from L.A. to London to Bangkok, the siblings have, with increasing frequency, had to answer the same question from strangers: "Do you know who you look like?"
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February 4, 2016 | By Howard Gensler
M att Katzenbach , 27, and his twin brother Scott have been mistaken so frequently for 41-year-old former Daily News intern and current movie star Bradley Cooper , that Matt finally decided to put his look to the test last month at the Sundance Film Festival. His friends dared him to get past the velvet ropes. And he made a short video about his Sundance adventures as alter-ego Cradley Booper. (Watch it online here: .) "The entire time I never stated that I was him . . . They looked at me and said, 'Come right in,'" Katzenbach told the New York Post's Page Six. "It started when I was a teenager," Matt said.
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January 17, 2016 | By Lisa Scottoline, Inquirer Columnist
Once again, you've come to the right place. If you read this, you're going to LOL. But this time, I can't take the credit. Sometimes the world hands you an ace. All you have to do is set it down on the table and play. I'm talking, of course, about the SmartBra. Have you heard about this? If not, I'm here to tell you that at the recent Consumer Electronics Show, a Canadian tech company introduced a smart bra, which is a bra that is smarter than you are. Or at least smarter than your breasts.
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January 10, 2016 | By Lisa Scottoline, Inquirer Columnist
Mommy has a new wish. Besides Bradley Cooper. We're talking coffee. And I'm on a quest. I know, some people climb Everest. Others try to cure cancer. But all I want is a delicious cup of coffee that I can make myself, at home. Is that so much to ask? Evidently. Right out front, I have to confess that I love Dunkin' Donuts coffee. Sometimes I'll have Starbucks and other times Wawa, but my coffee soul mate is Dunkin'. We've been together longer than my two marriages combined.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 16, 2015 | Daily News
"Creed" star  Sylvester Stallone 's Oscar nomination odds got a bit shorter this week when he picked up support from a prominent critics group. On Sunday, he received a Critics Choice Best Supporting Actor nod, voted upon by the Broadcast Critics Association. Stallone has already received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Meanwhile, "Creed" keeps rolling along at the box office, bringing in another $10 million, dropping a slight 30 percent, and marching to $79 million on its way, perhaps, to $100 million.
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October 30, 2015 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
AFTER HIS RECENT Serious Actor stage and movie triumphs, Bradley Cooper turns to lighter fare in Burnt, the story of a hot chef. His character is hot as in celebrated, and hot as in Bradley Cooper. Who can blame him? After playing "The Elephant Man" every day for several months on the West End, it doesn't hurt to serve up a heaping helping of handsome in a movie like "Burnt" to remind audiences that Cooper is a dish. He eats raw oysters, lapses into French and walks around in a towel a lot. Though he's put on a few pounds since "The Hangover," I did hear someone in the preview audience use the word "yummy.
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