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Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019
The awards season norm has seen the nearly annual emergence of at least one difference between the Best Director Oscar and DGA Award nominee lineups. In only five of the 71 years of the DGA Awards have the Guild nominations exactly mirrored their Academy Award counterparts.
Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019
The Directors Guild of America unveiled the nominees for the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2018, as well as the nods for the First-Time Feature Film Director honor.
Earning nominations in both categories was Bradley Cooper for his feature...
Friday, Jan. 4, 2019
Bradley Cooper, Spike Lee, Olivia Colman and other Oscar contenders kicked off Hollywood’s 2019 awards season with an emotional trip to the desert city of Palm Springs.
The Palm Springs International Film Festival gala was a familiar setting for Cooper, who received director of the year...
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018
It's hard not to go into "A Star Is Born " without a lot of prejudgments. Even if you haven't seen the other three versions, the mere fact that they exist, and with such formidable talent, is enough to make anyone scoff at the fact that Hollywood keeps dusting off this well-worn story about fame...
Monday, Oct. 1, 2018
When Bradley Cooper saw Lady Gaga perform "La Vie en Rose" at a fundraiser at the home of entrepreneur Sean Parker, it wasn't one of the important moments along the road to making "A Star Is Born." It was, Cooper says, THE moment.
"She demolished the room," he recalls, still wide-eyed...
Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2018
Warner Bros. Pictures brought out the big names for its CinemaCon presentation Tuesday, from stars like Sandra Bullock to movies like "Wonder Woman 2," but it was Bradley Cooper's "A Star is Born" that stole the show.
Cooper showed the emotional first trailer for the film to conference...
Friday, Jan. 30, 2015
"American Sniper" Star Cooper, First Lady Back Initiative For More Accurate TV/Film Portrayal Of Military Vets
The first lady and "American Sniper" star Bradley Cooper are backing a new challenge to TV and film producers and writers to accurately represent U.S. troops who have returned from war and move away from portraying them either as victims or infallible heroes....