Bradley Cooper Circling Role in Paul Thomas Anderson’s New 1970s-Set Movie

Bradley Cooper Circling Role in Paul Thomas Anderson’s New 1970s-Set Movie
Bradley Cooper is the first A-list actor to be in serious contention for Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film, described as a coming-of-age drama set in the San Fernando Valley during the 1970s. The Hollywood Reporter confirms Cooper is in talks to join the project in an unspecified role. Anderson is teaming up with MGM for the film after initially developing the untitled drama at Focus Features, which released “Phantom Thread” in 2017. IndieWire has reached out to MGM for further comment.

Production on Anderson’s new film was set to take place this spring and summer, until the pandemic delayed filming indefinitely. The script is reportedly about a high school student in the San Fernando Valley who is also a child actor. Anderson is a Valley native and has set three previous features in his hometown: “Boogie Nights,” “Magnolia,” and “Punch-Drunk Love.” The new film is rumored to combine the
See full article at Indiewire »

Similar News


Recently Viewed