Oh no they didn’t!
That was the reaction Ryan Gosling fans had when Bradley Cooper was crowned People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2011.
As soon as the announcement was made, ardent Gosling supporters took to blogs and news websites to complain, and a petition has popped up on Change.org asking for People mag to admit their mistake and “right this wrong.”
Bradley Cooper's come a long way since "Wet Hot American Summer."
These days, the 36-year-old actor is more likely to be found in a monster comedy like "The Hangover Part II."
Cooper, who is currently filming "The Place Beyond the Pines" with Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes and Ray Liotta in upstate New York, spoke to Marquee about his his latest flick, "Limitless," and some of his earlier, star-making roles.
If you think Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms get up to no good in "The Hangover Part II," brace yourself for some bad behavior from the Muppets. Yes, you heard right.
A new trailer for the upcoming "The Muppets" movie has been released in which Kermit, Fozzie, Gonzo and the rest of the Fuzzy Pack pay tribute to Cooper and his Wolf Pack.
The teaser opens with dramatic music playing over various shots of a grimy, run-down theater that brings to mind the Bangkok hotel montage from the "Hangover Part II" preview.
That little monkey in "The Hangover Part II" isn't just stirring up trouble on-screen.
Director Todd Phillips has landed in hot water after saying that he got Crystal the capuchin hooked on cigarettes.
“I wanted the monkey to smoke so we had to train her to," he told Total Film Magazine, according to Movieline. "Now I have PETA after me because the monkey's become addicted to cigarettes. She was just shooting Cameron Crowe's movie 'We Bought a Zoo.' And the monkey won't stop smoking."
Bradley Cooper may have found the perfect chaser for "The Hangover Part II": a starring role in the upcoming remake of "The Crow."
Entertainment Weekly reports that Cooper is being eyed to portray the supernatural crime fighter in director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's adaptation of the cult '80s comic book.
Cooper would play Eric Draven, a rock musician who is murdered while trying to save his wife from attackers. After Draven is resurrected, he seeks vengeance on his killers.
He replaced Mel Gibson in "The Hangover Part II," and now Liam Neeson has been ousted from the upcoming comedy.
Variety reports that Neeson's cameo as a Bangkok tattoo artist has been cut, and actor/director Nick Cassavetes has taken over the role.
Call it a case of bad timing. According to director Todd Phillips, the scene immediately following Neeson's cameo was snipped from the film, which meant that Neeson's scene had to be re-shot to help fill in the gaps and move the story forward. Unfortunately, Neeson was no longer available because he was in London shooting the sequel to "Clash of the Titans."
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